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Detective Sergeant Savannah Reid is in her element cruising for crime in Southern California. But when she's told she's too fat to stay on the force, Savannah opens up her own detective agency and soon finds herself investigating a murder. With suspects abounding, Savannah finds herslf sifting through the nasty mess of sex, adultery and down-and-dirty politics.


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Detective Sergeant Savannah Reid is in her element cruising for crime in Southern California. But when she's told she's too fat to stay on the force, Savannah opens up her own detective agency and soon finds herself investigating a murder. With suspects abounding, Savannah finds herslf sifting through the nasty mess of sex, adultery and down-and-dirty politics.

30 review for Just Desserts

  1. 4 out of 5

    carol.

    Two and a half stars. Unusual for series books, part of the plot line leads to our heroine being fired by the police department, which leads to subsequent start of being a private detective. Most books seem to start out with the private detective and then fill in the back story as they go. The mystery was partly credible. Her skills as a professional police detective were not, however; most of her leads seem to depend upon other people's random suggestions (such as a mysterious phone call) rathe Two and a half stars. Unusual for series books, part of the plot line leads to our heroine being fired by the police department, which leads to subsequent start of being a private detective. Most books seem to start out with the private detective and then fill in the back story as they go. The mystery was partly credible. Her skills as a professional police detective were not, however; most of her leads seem to depend upon other people's random suggestions (such as a mysterious phone call) rather than her own investigation into the victim's life. Why did it take so long to learn he had two ex-wives, for instance? Why didn't she access financial records immediately, rather than being pointed to it later by others? She delayed talking to the chief suspect at her own chief's request, so that should have given her plenty of time to be digging into the victim's paper background. It made her less likeable as a main character; although she is supposed to be self-confident and determined, her lack of investigating made her seem incompetent to me. The author's special twist on the female detective seems to be the focus on food and Savannah's self-appreciation of her womanly curves. That fails when the police use her weight as an excuse to fire her from the department. It also became an evident writing flaw when Savannah declined to pursue the matter through her union or her own legal representative. It gradually became clear to me that this was a device leading to the opening of her own detective agency, but it felt hollow for a character that was supposed to be determined and full of moxy. It also felt hollow to be celebrating food and curves, and then to walk away from a fight where said curves are punished. The characters were detailed but seemed to acquire caricature status more than humanity as they interacted. I liked her partner; he became one of the most real to me, with unspoken loves, descriptions of daily interaction and special ones (going out to eat with a sandwich) that gave him humanity. Her sister seems blatantly a cross between the stereotypically dumb blonde and the self-absorbed teen, and a further excuse for Savannah to hate her curves. A stereotypical handsome gay man shows up, with a partner who has a million useful connections, as well as a computer whiz/secretarial whistle-blowing who seems destined to become the perky assistant. In fact, now that I analyze the book in greater detail, I feel less satisfied. Clearly a Snickers-level book; good for a fast bite in between something more satisfying.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan

    Not really a cozy, but at the same time, not really not a cozy; it's one of those in between books that floats just on the edge of the cozy world. Needless to say, I was expecting a cozy. However, this was a fast paced book that I thoroughly enjoyed. I'm on board for the next one.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    I’ve read several of the Savannah Reid series before and it’s usually mentioned that she once was a police officer on the San Carmelita police force. You know she was fired and it worked out well in the end. (Obviously – this series is about her and her private investigative agency.) I never knew about the details regarding her termination from the police force. You learn all about that here in this first book of the series. It’s also interesting that she meets the rest of her extended family in I’ve read several of the Savannah Reid series before and it’s usually mentioned that she once was a police officer on the San Carmelita police force. You know she was fired and it worked out well in the end. (Obviously – this series is about her and her private investigative agency.) I never knew about the details regarding her termination from the police force. You learn all about that here in this first book of the series. It’s also interesting that she meets the rest of her extended family in this book. The author must have envisioned her characters well before this first book and had a good idea of her development plan as well. Savannah is a very likable character. Though I have classified this as a cozy (since it’s a relatively light, easy read); she is what a cozy heroine used to be, before they have evolved into these shallow, foolhardy, TOO STUPID TO LIVE heroines that seem to dominate the genre today. Savannah is smart and savvy. She does take risks that could seem to classify her as TSTL. But, she’s a professional and the risks she takes are based on her experience – not her overwhelming ego and overconfidence in her abilities. I was enjoyed this book and look forward to catching up on the other I’ve missed. I think stumbled upon this series maybe midway and look forward to going back and learning about Savannah as she grows.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mary Beth Phelps

    I was at the library the other day and one of the adult section librarians asked me if I had read any of McKevett's books. I had no idea who she was talking about and said no. So she ran into the stacks, grabbed the first Savannah Reid mystery, stuck it with my stack of books on the counter and told the librarian who was scanning my books, "She wants this one too!" Sigh. I really didn't want to read it but in my experience it is better to stay on excellent terms with your local librarians. And I c I was at the library the other day and one of the adult section librarians asked me if I had read any of McKevett's books. I had no idea who she was talking about and said no. So she ran into the stacks, grabbed the first Savannah Reid mystery, stuck it with my stack of books on the counter and told the librarian who was scanning my books, "She wants this one too!" Sigh. I really didn't want to read it but in my experience it is better to stay on excellent terms with your local librarians. And I can't lie. And I know the next time I go into the library she's going to pounce on me and ask how I liked this book. While I have a really hard time lying I can stretch the truth, so as far as my local library is concerned, "I did read it and it was okay, though I'm not sure when I'm going to have time to read another one." As far as you are concerned, dear Goodreads community, the most I can give this book is 1.5 stars. It was not terribly imaginative, the plot was ridiculously lacking in sophistication, and I just didn't care about the characters. There was a lot of language thrown around that was annoying and Savannah's "southern drawl" was awful, as was most of the vernacular the author employed. Atlanta (Savannah's sister younger by about 26 years) was an idiot, their mother was an even bigger idiot, and there is no way Savannah had grown up taking care of her 8 younger siblings (seriously, you can't have that much experience at child-care and still be as helpless as her). There were weird plot tangents and cliches abounded. Anyway, I'm pretty sure you get the idea. The only reason this book doesn't get 1 star is because that is reserved for books I really hated, and this one? I just don't care enough to hate it. So the only good things that have come out of my reading this book are a) I can tell the librarian I did, in fact, read it and not have to blatantly lie, and b) I have been able to warn my fellow Goodreaders to not waste their precious reading hours on Southern Belle Savannah Reid (who lives in SoCal- wait, what the...?)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ashley FL

    Yet another potentially cute cozy mystery wrecked by an author's insistence on obsessing about the fact that the female protagonist is Fat/Heavy/Zaftig/whatever BUT STILL BEAUTIFUL. OK, I get it already. I wish there was a way to identify this sub-genre before reading the books -- it is profoundly annoying.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

    I read this in one day. Quick enjoyable reading. Looks like a cozy, really not a cozy. Too much language , adult situations (not sex but sex type talk and masturbation...that's really tmi) I like savannah and I really love Dirk. The tension and relationship between them is wonderful! I would read more just for that. I found myself caring less about the mystery at the end and more about the relationships. I'm not running out to buy more of these books but if I run across one, I'll grab it!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kristie

    Super cute mystery! The title was happily misleading. The plot and characters were much more fleshed out than I expected. I really enjoyed it and the writing was impressive. Not my usual type of reading, but I look forward to more of Det. Savannah Reid. My detailed review is here: https://bookreviewsbykristie.wordpres... Super cute mystery! The title was happily misleading. The plot and characters were much more fleshed out than I expected. I really enjoyed it and the writing was impressive. Not my usual type of reading, but I look forward to more of Det. Savannah Reid. My detailed review is here: https://bookreviewsbykristie.wordpres...

  8. 5 out of 5

    Connie N.

    What a delightfully brash and enjoyable main character. Savannah is fresh, fun, tells it like it is, and her heart is in the right place. She became a cop for all the right reasons--because she wanted to serve the community and help people. But she gets involved in a political situation and ends up making some changes in her life. She's full of confidence yet isn't afraid to show her vulnerabilities. She has good friends and strong family ties. The mystery was fairly interesting but secondary to What a delightfully brash and enjoyable main character. Savannah is fresh, fun, tells it like it is, and her heart is in the right place. She became a cop for all the right reasons--because she wanted to serve the community and help people. But she gets involved in a political situation and ends up making some changes in her life. She's full of confidence yet isn't afraid to show her vulnerabilities. She has good friends and strong family ties. The mystery was fairly interesting but secondary to the character development. Additional characters of partner Dirk and investigators Ryan and Gibson also added fun to the book. My only disappointment was that the book seemed to end rather abruptly. I was enjoying the development of the story and the characters, then suddenly it was solved and over. And I didn't get the ending bit about the tree and wishes. That couple of paragraphs didn't seem to go with the rest of the book at all. Favorite quote on friendship: "Good ol' Dirk; he had always appreciated the value of a comfortable silence and didn't seem to need to sully it with worthless chitchat."

  9. 5 out of 5

    Gail

    Savannah Reid is a southern raised woman of size and substance. She's a cop in a small California coastal town. She fields the murder of the husband of a prominent politician and as the story of corruption unfolds, it's clear the victim richly deserved to be dead. She uncovers facts that make the cop bureaucracy uncomfortable and gets fired for her troubles. The widow hires her to investigate the murder and that's when the fun begins. Told with great humor, glamour, and obsession with chocolate ( Savannah Reid is a southern raised woman of size and substance. She's a cop in a small California coastal town. She fields the murder of the husband of a prominent politician and as the story of corruption unfolds, it's clear the victim richly deserved to be dead. She uncovers facts that make the cop bureaucracy uncomfortable and gets fired for her troubles. The widow hires her to investigate the murder and that's when the fun begins. Told with great humor, glamour, and obsession with chocolate (nothing wrong with that) Savannah Reid uncovers the murderer and discovers her new vocation.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sandy Betley

    Savannah Reid is one of my all time favorite female detectives! She's a sassy southern gal who doesn't pussy foot around and always gets her perp! Savannah is surrounded by a huge passel of siblings, a loving granny, a dashing partner, and many other loyal friends who enjoy many crazy cases with her. This is one series you shouldn't miss!! WARNING: Once you pick these books up they're hard to put down!! May be habit forming.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Meg

    I'd been wanting to read this for quite a while, and am so glad that I finally got to do so. A well written suspense/mystery with likeable and intelligent main characters; great setting of a small, seaside Southern California town. There were a couple of gruesome crime scenes, and straight talk about child predators (a separate incident from the main crime), that may prevent this from being classified as a cozy, and yet it wasn't a horror fest. A very good read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

    This book starts out with an action-packed chapter involving police officer Savannah Reid and her partner, Dirk Coulter apprehending an escaped prisoner. This chapter sets the stage for a wise-cracking easy going relationship between Savannah and Dirk filled with lots of sarcastic humor. Savannah proves to be a strong feisty Southern woman who won't let anyone run her life. Savannah is assigned to a grizzly homicide implicating a powerful local leader who happens to be the victim's estranged wif This book starts out with an action-packed chapter involving police officer Savannah Reid and her partner, Dirk Coulter apprehending an escaped prisoner. This chapter sets the stage for a wise-cracking easy going relationship between Savannah and Dirk filled with lots of sarcastic humor. Savannah proves to be a strong feisty Southern woman who won't let anyone run her life. Savannah is assigned to a grizzly homicide implicating a powerful local leader who happens to be the victim's estranged wife. However, as Savannah discovers, she is hampered by the chief of police who has personal reasons to thwart Savannah's investigation. Savannah along with her former partner, two former FBI men Ryan Stone and John Gibson, and a computer expert Tammy Reese, eventually crack the case. I would have liked to see more of the fiery relationship between Savannah and her bosses at the police precinct. Hopefully, as this series continues, that scenario will develop. This book has been identified as a cozy mystery, but with its language, sexual innuendo, and violence it is better described as a rollicking fast-paced mystery.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Di

    Read for #Book1CoziesClub Unfortunately, I didn't enjoy this read as much as I thought I was going to when I first started. Though this is considered a cozy, I don't think it would appeal to the normal cozy reader as the murder was quite gruesome and there is definitely more racy content contained in this story. Not something that bothered me at all as I do also read grittier mysteries, but just something I think might bother someone who looks to cozies for less violent or racy themes. I disliked Read for #Book1CoziesClub Unfortunately, I didn't enjoy this read as much as I thought I was going to when I first started. Though this is considered a cozy, I don't think it would appeal to the normal cozy reader as the murder was quite gruesome and there is definitely more racy content contained in this story. Not something that bothered me at all as I do also read grittier mysteries, but just something I think might bother someone who looks to cozies for less violent or racy themes. I disliked the parts regarding Savannah's sister. Not sure what that brought to the story at all, besides throwing in family drama. That actually made this story less enjoyable for me. With it being a first book in a series, I think maybe waiting for the family drama to be introduced could've waited. I will probably read the next installment as I am curious how these characters get on in the future, but I won't be jumping to read it right away.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    Fluff but not really empty calories. This is the first of the series, which seems to be MANY volumes long now, and it reads like a long introduction to the characters that form their own PI agency. Might read another if I had time. But there are a lot of more worthy books in my to-read queue.

  15. 4 out of 5

    L8blmr

    I read about 3 books in this series a long time ago, then stopped for some reason. To be honest, I don't remember which of the stories I read (I don't think I started with book #1, either, which is typical of me), but I believe I enjoyed them. The two details I retained were: (1) the titles were all a play on words using foods, and (2) the heroine and her many siblings were all named after cities in Georgia. So, this time around I decided to do it right. I enjoyed this one, book #1, enough to co I read about 3 books in this series a long time ago, then stopped for some reason. To be honest, I don't remember which of the stories I read (I don't think I started with book #1, either, which is typical of me), but I believe I enjoyed them. The two details I retained were: (1) the titles were all a play on words using foods, and (2) the heroine and her many siblings were all named after cities in Georgia. So, this time around I decided to do it right. I enjoyed this one, book #1, enough to continue at least with the three others I acquired. The pace was good, the mystery was decent and not too predictable, the language wasn't straight out of the gutter, the main characters were at least interesting, and a couple were downright entertaining. You can't ask for much more than that from a quick, easy read when you're in the mood for a relatively light mystery. A solid 3.5 stars, rounding up because, you know.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    I like Savannah and her brassy attitude. That she didn't let her police chief boss get in her way of investigating and that he had to use her being overweight to get her fired. How typical. But it was a great plot twist that I didn't see coming. The secondary characters are interesting, especially her partner and I enjoyed all the little pieces of her southern personality that got thrown in.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Marcia

    This is the first Savannnah Reid mystery. The author refers to the action in this novel in every other Savannah Reid story. This book gives the full background on why and how Savannah Reid was fired. The characters are not as fully drawn, as would be expected, in this first book, but the seeds are definitely there. This is a real "must" read for Savannah Reid fans!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    A fun "who-done-it" with a woman protagonist (Savannah Reid) and several quirky characters in the mix. The bookcover doesn't even hint at the storyline and I will check to see if McKevett wrote any more.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jaymi Marie

    great characters Fun book. Lots of twists and turns. Savanah is a kick. I can hardly wait to read the next book in the series

  20. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    Not a fan of mysteries and this book did not change my mind about the genre. However it kept me entertained for a couple of hours--and I did finish it in one sitting, so kudos.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra Cain

    I love Savannah Reid! I stumbled upon a book in this series awhile back and I love Savannah's sassy southern style. The mysteries twist until the end.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Vicki Gooding

    Reads like a Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer, except the main character is a female. Likeable, full of action but hard to remember outside of the pages. It's worth a read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Griffin

    Love love love this series!!!!!!! Am trying to get the entire series on my kindle

  24. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Savannah Reid, a Georgian native, is working at the San Carmelita Police Department when she got assigned to investigating the murder of a prominent person, the husband of a popular San Carmelita city councilor. After discovering something important, she gets taken off the case and then subsequently fired from the police department. The victim's widow, who is also the prime suspect in the case, hired Savannah to continue the investigation in order to clear her name. The first thing I thought was Savannah Reid, a Georgian native, is working at the San Carmelita Police Department when she got assigned to investigating the murder of a prominent person, the husband of a popular San Carmelita city councilor. After discovering something important, she gets taken off the case and then subsequently fired from the police department. The victim's widow, who is also the prime suspect in the case, hired Savannah to continue the investigation in order to clear her name. The first thing I thought was "Yep, this is a dated cozy mystery." (According to Goodreads [https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3...], the original publication date was May 1, 1995.) My modern self was squirming about the misogyny of the San Carmelita Police Department and the blatant and sexual innuendos of the males towards the females. There were also mentions of "color TV" and "black and white TV" which are obviously relics of the past. The subject of homosexuality was treated as something novel, both in the good and bad way, which kind of unnerved me. Savannah even lost her job because she was thought to be "too fat", something that would never be a just cause for termination of one's employment, and the fact that her union simply because of this issue did not help her was troubling. I would want to like the characters, but I don't find myself sympathetic towards them. The characters were either stereotypes or caricatures. For example, Savannah's issue is about gaining weight, and yet she constantly eats, but the book makes too much of a big deal out of it. She's smart and gutsy and kind-hearted, but the focus is on her weight, and there's really no relevance except to make fun of her to make her likeable to readers (which is not true; I find it offensive for her and for everyone in the same situation). The others were like that; they were caricatures so they can be more appealing, which again, they are not. I like the craziness and the tone of humor in the story, though. I don't know what went wrong, though. You have a strong female character, but she was just made fun of. The fact that the setting is dated can't be employed as an excuse. I've read the Death on Demand mysteries; they're dated too, but the characters - the protagonist, the support, the suspects, the real murderer/s - are like real persons with real problems, and the themes in the story are timeless and universal. I would still want to read the rest of the books to see if the characters have improved. Savannah also gets to form her own private investigation agency, so we'll see how that would contribute, character and story-wise.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lynn

    I have been picking up and putting this book back on the shelf for years at the bookstore. I finally got a copy for my Kindle when it was on sale for $1.00. I am now sorry I didn't buy it all those years ago. Savannah is a great character and I have a feeling she will become a good friend. Interestingly, this is the fourth book titled Just Desserts I have read, and only one was a cookbook! It's a popular title, so let me make sure you know, this is a review of the first book in G.A. McKevett's Sa I have been picking up and putting this book back on the shelf for years at the bookstore. I finally got a copy for my Kindle when it was on sale for $1.00. I am now sorry I didn't buy it all those years ago. Savannah is a great character and I have a feeling she will become a good friend. Interestingly, this is the fourth book titled Just Desserts I have read, and only one was a cookbook! It's a popular title, so let me make sure you know, this is a review of the first book in G.A. McKevett's Savannah Reid mystery series. I was a bit worried as the book started darker than I thought it would, and it took a while to reveal itself as a cozy mystery. But sticking with it proved to be well worth it. Savannah and her friends are a fun group and I am looking forward to getting to know them better as I work through the series. The mystery was complicated enough to keep the reader guessing but not so complicated as to put the reader off. There were a couple of subplots, and one of them I thought wrapped up quickly, but sometimes I find that with books that have multiple sub-plots. Overall it was a solid first-in-series and I am really glad that I finally went ahead and not only bought this Just Desserts, but read it too.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Julie Trapp

    1st book of the series which I should have started with. #s15 & 16 make more sense now. Savannah Reid has moved from Georgia is San Carmelita, CA. She and her partner Dirk Coulter are with the PD. In this book, Savannah has been given the assignment of solving the death of a councilwoman's husband. When Savannah's investigation gets too close to damaging 2 local political bigwigs, Savannah is terminated because of her weight (she is not obese, but chunky from what i can figure out). They think t 1st book of the series which I should have started with. #s15 & 16 make more sense now. Savannah Reid has moved from Georgia is San Carmelita, CA. She and her partner Dirk Coulter are with the PD. In this book, Savannah has been given the assignment of solving the death of a councilwoman's husband. When Savannah's investigation gets too close to damaging 2 local political bigwigs, Savannah is terminated because of her weight (she is not obese, but chunky from what i can figure out). They think this will stifle her. Wrong! She and Dirk still work together, but she as a PI now. Also, her teenage sister, Atlanta, comes to stay with her and gets involved with a less than desirable "gentleman". This story line left questions. Why did Atlanta leave? Did she go back to GA? Presumably so. Looks to be a pretty good series. Obsessing about her weight is going to get tiresome after a while, tho. If you don't like your weight, stop shoving sweets into your mouth.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Beverly

    Although I enjoyed this quick, cozy read, I didn't like it as well as the 1st book in the author's other series about Granny Reid (Savannah's grandmother). I read the 2 one right after another so that might have influenced my ranking of this book and I will probably try the next book in the series just to see. Savannah has achieved her lifelong dream of becoming a detective and is happy with her life. Unfortunately, because of her other love...food...her boss uses the fact that she is overweight Although I enjoyed this quick, cozy read, I didn't like it as well as the 1st book in the author's other series about Granny Reid (Savannah's grandmother). I read the 2 one right after another so that might have influenced my ranking of this book and I will probably try the next book in the series just to see. Savannah has achieved her lifelong dream of becoming a detective and is happy with her life. Unfortunately, because of her other love...food...her boss uses the fact that she is overweight to fire her. On the sly, she continues to work on the case hoping to regain her position. Savannah is a great character and I enjoyed her brash attitude toward the world, her friends and family. The reader can definitely feel the influence from her Granny.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Yuriko

    I first read the Granny Reid ebooks from the library because I was looking for some entertainment in the 8th month of working remotely from home. I enjoyed them so much that I wanted to read the Savannah Reid books. Unfortunately, my library had only a handful of them and they were later ones. As much as I relished those later books, I wanted to see how it all started out. I didn't connect Ryan when I first met him since John was pretending to be a chauffeur. After a while, it finally dawned on I first read the Granny Reid ebooks from the library because I was looking for some entertainment in the 8th month of working remotely from home. I enjoyed them so much that I wanted to read the Savannah Reid books. Unfortunately, my library had only a handful of them and they were later ones. As much as I relished those later books, I wanted to see how it all started out. I didn't connect Ryan when I first met him since John was pretending to be a chauffeur. After a while, it finally dawned on me who they were. I was so thrilled when Tammy was introduced and finally the birth of the Moonlight Magnolia Detective Agency.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    Since I've previously read a later book in the Savannah Reid series, I wanted to go back to the beginning, and I'm glad I did! When dedicated cop Savannah Reid ruffles the feathers of the higher-ups in her department during a murder investigation, she's suddenly kicked off the force. But solving crime is all Savannah's ever wanted to do, so with the help of her now-former partner Dirk and some new friends, she continues to investigate as a P.I. I love Savannah's voice and her refusal to diet. I' Since I've previously read a later book in the Savannah Reid series, I wanted to go back to the beginning, and I'm glad I did! When dedicated cop Savannah Reid ruffles the feathers of the higher-ups in her department during a murder investigation, she's suddenly kicked off the force. But solving crime is all Savannah's ever wanted to do, so with the help of her now-former partner Dirk and some new friends, she continues to investigate as a P.I. I love Savannah's voice and her refusal to diet. I'll definitely be reading more of these!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Fun read. Enjoyable characters. Bit of light weight - no historical fiction, not much depth discussion of any topics. Not a ‘G’ rated typical cozy, somewhere between PG and closer to R, if using typical movie rating. The author has written a number of romance novels. A few occasions ‘F’ word used. One thread of story line deals with pornography and predators of under age girls. Note: 4/7/2019 - Just finished second book. The second book is more in line with typical cozy G-PG. This is first book Fun read. Enjoyable characters. Bit of light weight - no historical fiction, not much depth discussion of any topics. Not a ‘G’ rated typical cozy, somewhere between PG and closer to R, if using typical movie rating. The author has written a number of romance novels. A few occasions ‘F’ word used. One thread of story line deals with pornography and predators of under age girls. Note: 4/7/2019 - Just finished second book. The second book is more in line with typical cozy G-PG. This is first book of Savannah Reid mystery series. Character backgrounds are being established. Savannah transitioning from cop to private detective. I’ll give the next book a try.

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