Randall, Boston P.I., is at a low point in her life. Richie, her
ex-husband, has decided to remarry. Richie has always been available
to Sunny and she shares custody with her ex-husband of their dog
Rosie. The marriage failed because Sunny was unable to totally
commit herself to the relationship. This segment of her life will be
changed with Richie's marriage and Sunny feels lost.
crying jag and interval of feeling sorry for herself is interrupted
by a call from an attorney Sunny has done work for before and she is
asked to see what she can do for a young college student Sarah
Markham who has decided that she is adopted. Sarah has no proof that
she is adopted other than the fact that at one point her mother told
her she wasn't her real mother. Both parents now deny that Sarah is
adopted and are refusing to take DNA tests.
When Sunny begins
to delve into the Markham's past Sarah and her boyfriend are
attacked and beaten up. Sarah seeks refuge by staying with Sunny.
Sunny has begun to see a doctor to work out her personal problems
regarding lack of the ability to commit. Sunny finds parallels
between her life and Sarah's.
investigation progresses dead bodies start popping up. Although the
reader can guess almost from the beginning who Sarah's real mother
is the path to making her admit the truth is littered with violence
and a few interesting characters.
REVIEWED BY PATRICIA E. REID
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