Nora Sinclair is young, beautiful, and owns her own business. Although every man is interested in Nora, she is only intersted in them if they have money.
Nora wants their money and will do anything to get it. John O'Hara of the FBI is trying to find out how she is getting it and how she keeps getting away with murder. He goes undercover as an insurance investigator. This makes Nora pretty nervous as she is now wonering if her fraud and murder spree will be exposed.
While undercover, O'Hara breaks the FBI code of ethics and has a physical relationship with Nora. This proves to be nearly fatal for John and his family as Nora finally exposes her own murderous and jealous side.
The review of this Book prepared by Tracey Ray
“All is not what it seems to be.” Nora is the beautiful girlfriend of a wealthy businessman, the widow of a top cardiologist and the secret wife of a famous writer.
She is also one of the top Interior decorators in the northeast, United States and she hates men. They wind up dead. Her secret hatred comes from the murder of her father, which she had witnessed at the tender age of 6 years old, committed by her mother.
John O'Harah aka Craig Reynold “The Insurance Man”, is not whom he seems to be and the plot gets sticky when he becomes involved with Nora Sinclair and her transfer of large sums of money from those men who got in her way. Involved in the scheme of things is the FBI and the lack of an arrest.
The review of this Book prepared by Sharon Maupin