"The detection is more dogged than inspired, and O'Neil is so determined to steer clear of fireworks that the case is kind of a snoozer. But Frank's an appealing hero—a younger, more upbeat version of Stuart Kaminsky's Lew Fonesca—and it would be great to see more of him."
"I'm not a p.i.," insists Frank Cole, and it's a good thing he isn't, or his first case couldn't have won the 2005 Malice Domestic/St. Martin's Best First Traditional Mystery Contest.
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