A Molly Forrester Mystery (#4)
Sheryl J. Anderson

“Entertaining . . . chick lit fans, not to mention Sex in the City buffs, will find much to like.—Publishers Weekly

“Her delightful series . . . reverberates with wit, style, and superb characterization. Anderson skillfully depicts the decadent Manhattan music scene. . . In the end, Killer Riff proves to be a classy requiem for life in the fast lane.”—Mystery Scene

Since advice columnist Molly Forrester started solving murders, her work has grown very exciting while her love life has grown quite complicated. But finally, all the hard work and sacrifice might be paying off: she’s being promoted to feature writer at Zeitgeist magazine. Equally promising, her ex, Detective Kyle Edwards, might be ready to give their relationship one more try. Could Molly actually be poised to have it all? Unfortunately, life is never that simple.

Molly hopes that the article will prove she can write about more than homicide. But then Olivia Elliott, the subject of Molly’s article, claims her father, a famous music manager, was murdered. The revelation catapults Molly into a glittering world filled with backstabbing widows, feuding rock musicians, and crazy paparazzi. As Molly investigates, she finds herself surrounded by people used to living in the spotlight and who have trouble differentiating between rumor, legend, and truth.

Adding to the tumult, her best friends, Tricia Vincent and Cassady Lynch, are going through romantic upheavals of their own, but they’re still eager to assist Molly in her investigation. Even Kyle finds himself drawn into the mystery and back into Molly’s arms as she uncovers the dark secrets of rock royalty and learns that some musicians would kill for the perfect song.

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