by Annette Sandoval
4.2 Out of 5 Stars (27 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery & Thrillers

Title character Tomi Reyes, a well-endowed 28-year-old, is a documentary filmmaker at heart, who records the pick-up lines of men she passes on the street. Meanwhile, she’s a receptionist at a San Francisco architectural firm, a job that gives her weekend time in Alameda with the grandfather who, after their parents died in a car crash, raised her and two older brothers. But shortly after she’s promoted to assistant to married executive Scott Martin, he starts hitting on her and exhibiting mercurial moods. Then Tomi’s friends start dying. First her sometime-lover, Justin, is murdered, his body stuffed into his refrigerator. Days later, her lesbian friend, Whim, is killed in the same way, leaving Tomi not only grieving but a suspect in both killings. When Tomi’s childhood friend, Nick Turino, moves back to the Bay Area, their relationship heats up personally and professionally. An FBI agent tracking a serial killer, Nick can’t keep Tomi from pursuing her own detecting. Even at its most lethal, this breezy outing is sexy and lighthearted, thanks, especially, to Tomi’s quirky list making.

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