Part-time private investigator and handyman, Harry Hanover, is back. Unfortunately, he’s also behind bars in Brazil where he can’t speak the language and is losing hope. A scream in the night alerts Kara MacDonald, Harry’s best friend and most reliable employer, to his plight. Kara abandons Ontario and her love life to get to him. Lloyd Jarvis, Kara’s neighbour and geriatric wannabe race car driver, leaves a trail of angry motorists in his wake in a mad dash to get Kara to the airport on time.
Meanwhile, back in London, a spate of unexplained criminal activity leads Detective Thorne of the London Police to Kara’s house where there has been an explosion of crimes and the only witnesses are Marlene, her psychic neighbour, and Bastet, the cat. Tangled in a web of kidnappers, stalkers, and bikers that take easy riding to a new level, Harry gets more than his fifteen minutes of fame when unsolicited videos make the web. Will Harry’s sleuthing skills be enough to solve the mystery when he goes viral on crime?
Georgia March once again gives her readers mayhem, adventure, and an intricate plot, orchestrated with finesse and humour. With characters that seemed to jump off the page and into my heart, I didn’t want to put this down and was sorry to see it end. – L.M. Verde, Editor