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Marcia Muller's beloved heroine Sharon McCone is back to investigate a personal betrayal by one of her operatives that has put her business and reputation on the line. The future's looking bright for Sharon McCone and the staff of McCone Investigations-until one of the firm's operatives, Julia Rafael, is arrested for major credit card fraud. A former juvenile delinquent, J Marcia Muller's beloved heroine Sharon McCone is back to investigate a personal betrayal by one of her operatives that has put her business and reputation on the line. The future's looking bright for Sharon McCone and the staff of McCone Investigations-until one of the firm's operatives, Julia Rafael, is arrested for major credit card fraud. A former juvenile delinquent, Julia was a risky hire, but by all accounts had been turning her life around. Banking on her innocence, Sharon goes to work looking for the real thief-only to discover a cache of illegal merchandise stashed in Julia's apartment. Is it the damning evidence that will seal her employee's fate, or the key to a larger conspiracy? Sharon must find out the truth....or lose her firm and reputation in the process.


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Marcia Muller's beloved heroine Sharon McCone is back to investigate a personal betrayal by one of her operatives that has put her business and reputation on the line. The future's looking bright for Sharon McCone and the staff of McCone Investigations-until one of the firm's operatives, Julia Rafael, is arrested for major credit card fraud. A former juvenile delinquent, J Marcia Muller's beloved heroine Sharon McCone is back to investigate a personal betrayal by one of her operatives that has put her business and reputation on the line. The future's looking bright for Sharon McCone and the staff of McCone Investigations-until one of the firm's operatives, Julia Rafael, is arrested for major credit card fraud. A former juvenile delinquent, Julia was a risky hire, but by all accounts had been turning her life around. Banking on her innocence, Sharon goes to work looking for the real thief-only to discover a cache of illegal merchandise stashed in Julia's apartment. Is it the damning evidence that will seal her employee's fate, or the key to a larger conspiracy? Sharon must find out the truth....or lose her firm and reputation in the process.

30 review for The Dangerous Hour

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dagny

    I wasn't sure when the book began how interesting the case would be, but once it got going, it was riveting. The action moved rapidly as the case, which was very close to home for McCone, played out in just under a month. I wasn't sure when the book began how interesting the case would be, but once it got going, it was riveting. The action moved rapidly as the case, which was very close to home for McCone, played out in just under a month.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ed

    #23 in the Sharon McCone mystery series. This 2004 series entry from author Muller is sure to please series fans. In addition to the expected interactions with the staff of McCone Investigations and their significant others, Sharon touches base with some law enforcement officers not frequently encountered, she passes along some of her overload to Author Muller's husband Bill Pronzini's series character Nameless Detective (referred to in McCone mysteries as Wolf), and she encounters Muller's othe #23 in the Sharon McCone mystery series. This 2004 series entry from author Muller is sure to please series fans. In addition to the expected interactions with the staff of McCone Investigations and their significant others, Sharon touches base with some law enforcement officers not frequently encountered, she passes along some of her overload to Author Muller's husband Bill Pronzini's series character Nameless Detective (referred to in McCone mysteries as Wolf), and she encounters Muller's other series character Elena Oliverez (Beyond the Grave 1986). Not as tightly plotted as some series entries, but quite adequate as an entertaining read. The arrest of her newest operative for credit-card theft jeopardizes the apparently rosy future of McCone's Investigations, but Sharon McCone musters the best legal help available. Operative Julia Rafael has overcome a background that includes a juvenile record; however, a recent case she handled for an ambitious Latino city supervisor backfired. Sharon investigates immediately and finds that the supervisor is not all that he appears to be. So, who really stole the credit card, and is the real object to shut Sharon down?

  3. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    I picked up this older (2004) Sharon McCone mystery at a library book sale over a year ago. It's a good, old fashioned private investigative story. Although she has her own agency, Sharon does most of the foot work in this book herself. This is my second reading of the book; the first was probably when it came out but definitely long enough that I didn't remember it. I picked up this older (2004) Sharon McCone mystery at a library book sale over a year ago. It's a good, old fashioned private investigative story. Although she has her own agency, Sharon does most of the foot work in this book herself. This is my second reading of the book; the first was probably when it came out but definitely long enough that I didn't remember it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    In the 22nd installment of Marcia Muller's Sharon McCone PI series, The Dangerous Hour, Sharon returned to tackle another one of her toughest cases. This time, we've found Sharon investigating one a personal betrayal of her own operatives that might put her career on the line. When one of her ops, Julia Rafael, was arrested for credit card fraud, she knew she was a risky hire when she'd turned her troubled life around. While she believed her innocence, she went investigating for the real thief. In the 22nd installment of Marcia Muller's Sharon McCone PI series, The Dangerous Hour, Sharon returned to tackle another one of her toughest cases. This time, we've found Sharon investigating one a personal betrayal of her own operatives that might put her career on the line. When one of her ops, Julia Rafael, was arrested for credit card fraud, she knew she was a risky hire when she'd turned her troubled life around. While she believed her innocence, she went investigating for the real thief. And then they've found a cache of illegal merchandise in her apartment. Now it was up to Sharon to clear her name and find out who set Julia up for the fall.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Gretchen Rings

    Sharon McCone is a tough, smart PI whose own detective agency is just taking off--that is, until an act of sabotage threatens to bring it all crashing back to earth. Eventually, she will find not only her agency but also her life on the line. McCone is a study in contrasts: she's fearless in dealing with dangerous criminals, she's a crack shot with a three fifty-seven magnum, and she's an airline pilot. Yet, can't bring herself to administer shots to her diabetic cat. "The Dangerous Hour," publi Sharon McCone is a tough, smart PI whose own detective agency is just taking off--that is, until an act of sabotage threatens to bring it all crashing back to earth. Eventually, she will find not only her agency but also her life on the line. McCone is a study in contrasts: she's fearless in dealing with dangerous criminals, she's a crack shot with a three fifty-seven magnum, and she's an airline pilot. Yet, can't bring herself to administer shots to her diabetic cat. "The Dangerous Hour," published in 2004, is the 23rd book in the Sharon McCone series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Larry Bassett

    I continue my search for women mystery authors who believe in woman’s lib. I have already decided that Sara Paretsky belongs in that column. This is my first book by Marcia Muller. McCone is definitely a strong woman crime solver; she needs to tone down her macho tendencies (ready to kill and ready to fight) for me to put her in the feminist column. But she is not a man in a woman’s body, has good sensitivities and feelings for other people, and treats men and women as equals. This is the twenty I continue my search for women mystery authors who believe in woman’s lib. I have already decided that Sara Paretsky belongs in that column. This is my first book by Marcia Muller. McCone is definitely a strong woman crime solver; she needs to tone down her macho tendencies (ready to kill and ready to fight) for me to put her in the feminist column. But she is not a man in a woman’s body, has good sensitivities and feelings for other people, and treats men and women as equals. This is the twenty-second book in a series that is now up to twenty-nine books so there is a lot that I do not know about this character. One of the first things you have to remember about this book is that it takes place in San Francisco. People who live in SF may think that it is a normal place, but those, like me, who live a distance from there know that normal is not a good descriptor for SF. SF is not quite fantasy but way out of the norm as I know it. That glimpse into another world is fun for me and does make me a little jealous. It is fun to imagine who I might be in San Fran. My first impression is that in The Dangerous Hour we have fallen amongst Yuppies. Many are young professionals and making money is what they do or is at least a goal. But as I think how much different McCone is from crime solvers created by other authors, I think of the websites that allow you to compare similar products. For example, binoculars, laptop computers, washing machines, automobiles or presidential candidates. Let’s list all the female crime solvers and their individual characteristics so that we can compare and contrast: Sharon McCone, V.I. Warshawski, Lindsay Boxer, Stephanie Plum, Lisbeth Salander, Kay Scarpetta, Kinsey Millhone, Irene Huss. This is not to mention Nancy Drew or Jane Marple from the olden days. It’s on my to do list! McCone Investigations is a classy operation: Nice office, staff of eight. McCone calls her investigators operatives and there is a new section for computer forensics. McCone drives an MG and is part owner of a small plane. Not used to my privates eyes being so affluent. Initially it put me off since it seemed like personal economics might play an uncomfortably (for me) large role in the story; as it turned out, it did not and I was relatively convinced that money did not rule the life of Sharon McCone even though she has plenty of it. The quality of the writing is definitely quite good. This description is an example of being taken into the San Francisco street scene: As I drove along Mission Street toward the job-training center, my eyes were assaulted by a riot of color. Red, white, and green Mexican flags fluttered in the wind outside a bakery. Pink, saffron, and turquoise mobiles twirled lazily in front of the Asian market. Artichokes, oranges, avocadoes, grapefruits, and limes were heaped in the outdoor bins. A black lowrider was painted with brilliant flames. A woman strolled along wearing a purple and green sari. Several walls were painted with intricate multihued ethnic murals. Sound blasted my ears: salsa and rap music, honking horns, shouts, and the shrieking brakes of a Muni bus. The air was thick with the smell of frying tortillas, exotic spices, sesame oil, curry, and good old American grease. When I stopped for the light at Seventeenth Street, I saw a red, yellow, and blue parrot fall from above, its wings fluttering. It bounced off a parking meter and landed on the sidewalk. When I looked up, I spotted the laughing brown face of a little girl at a third-story window. Plenty of political correctness: the people at McCone Investigations referring to themselves as “our little family”; Sharon McCone’s past employment at a poverty law center; the sheriff used to be a prisoner’s rights attorney; women workers at a garment manufacturing company who were “probably unionized and well compensated”; complaints about “tax cuts for the rich, while our educational and health care systems foundered.” My fear that Ms. McCone was going to be too rich was a hump that I had to get over. I am judgmental about people whom I feel have too much money. But I did get over that hump relatively easily and early in the book. But the conclusion left a lot to be desired as far as I was concerned. Not the part about our heroine saying “Yes” to the “Will you marry me?” question; we will see if that happens in the next book in the series. No, what I didn’t like about the end was that the mystery was resolved but the last chunk of the book was just about catching the bad guy, wrapping things up too easily. Maybe if you immediately picked up the next book, #23 in the series, it would flow together, but as it was the end seemed both anticlimactic and too neatly wrapped up. Definitely better than three stars but not quite up to four. Maybe I was just expecting too much picking up my first book so far into the series. I missed all the background and familiarities you would normally experience in a series that you are following in order. Over 60% of the raters gave the book four or five stars so it is a book that most people liked quite well. I have one more Marcia Muller/Sharon McCone book already on my bookshelf that I will read eventually. Maybe I am reading too many series at the moment to successfully add another one. Here is an interesting link about women mystery authors: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/mystery/essay...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Amy Bradley

    This one was really good, it kept me guessing for a long long while. Julia Rafael, one of Sharon's employees, has been accused of stealing the credit card of a city superintendent, and using it to buy goods. She claims she is innocent, but things look bad when the goods are found in the mailroom at the office and in her apartment building. Issues of trust and an enemy from the past, this was an excellent read. This one was really good, it kept me guessing for a long long while. Julia Rafael, one of Sharon's employees, has been accused of stealing the credit card of a city superintendent, and using it to buy goods. She claims she is innocent, but things look bad when the goods are found in the mailroom at the office and in her apartment building. Issues of trust and an enemy from the past, this was an excellent read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    Another Sharon McCone mystery that strikes close to home, but as usual Muller draws strength from that. This time around, one of Muller's employees is accused of a crime that she ... probably ... didn't commit. The result is a nice mystery and a nice look at how McCone's agency operates, twenty-two books on, with lots of attention to all of the characters who make up that agency. Overall, another strong book. Another Sharon McCone mystery that strikes close to home, but as usual Muller draws strength from that. This time around, one of Muller's employees is accused of a crime that she ... probably ... didn't commit. The result is a nice mystery and a nice look at how McCone's agency operates, twenty-two books on, with lots of attention to all of the characters who make up that agency. Overall, another strong book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    No, the plot doesn't hold up. Honestly, there is a mad maniac after you, and once he attacks someone leaving the work place...and then, wait for it, he attacks someone leaving the work place...again. So what do you do? Why, GO ALONE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT TO THE MIDDLE OF NO WHERE BECAUSE HE MIGHT BE THERE. Meh. Also, too many characters, I had to keep trying to keep them all straight. No, the plot doesn't hold up. Honestly, there is a mad maniac after you, and once he attacks someone leaving the work place...and then, wait for it, he attacks someone leaving the work place...again. So what do you do? Why, GO ALONE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT TO THE MIDDLE OF NO WHERE BECAUSE HE MIGHT BE THERE. Meh. Also, too many characters, I had to keep trying to keep them all straight.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Deissler

    Good quick read - just had a hard time following the characters... this was my first book by this author. Sharon has her own personal investigation firm and one of her employees is arrested for credit card fraud...Sharon has to work with and without her firm to determine if this employee is guilty or if the employee is somehow framed for the crime.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Gail Burgess

    Sharon has to manage her growing business while also determining just who is out to ruin her and her business! The whole gang helps in one way or another and a new hire is acquired as Sharon sees how some work she does can be hurtful to others. The ending is a delight for longtime McCone fans.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Joyce

    This time Sharon investigates one of her own employees who is charged With credit-card fraud. When she begins to investigate she realizes that Someone wants her business to fail. This mystery moves along at a fast pace with action,suspense and twists. I recommend this series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    Ijust recently realized how much i like books like this one. It's got crime, it's got people with personal problems, it's got twists and turns in ways that take you off guard Ijust recently realized how much i like books like this one. It's got crime, it's got people with personal problems, it's got twists and turns in ways that take you off guard

  14. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Nutting

    Read 2007

  15. 4 out of 5

    Avid Series Reader

    The Dangerous Hour by Marcia Muller is book 22 of the Sharon McCone mystery series set in late 20-century San Francisco. It's a hot summer on San Fran's mean streets. Sharon's PI agency is under attack. Clearly, her employee Julia Rafael was framed; it takes Sharon too long to realize it. She pokes into a hornet's nest of civic corruption, drawing more attacks. She can't give up or hide, with her business at risk. She forges ahead into dangerous situations, takes on the bad guys single-handed, d The Dangerous Hour by Marcia Muller is book 22 of the Sharon McCone mystery series set in late 20-century San Francisco. It's a hot summer on San Fran's mean streets. Sharon's PI agency is under attack. Clearly, her employee Julia Rafael was framed; it takes Sharon too long to realize it. She pokes into a hornet's nest of civic corruption, drawing more attacks. She can't give up or hide, with her business at risk. She forges ahead into dangerous situations, takes on the bad guys single-handed, defends herself and employees. She's one tough lady...but she also (eventually) listens to her heart.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lisa (Harmonybites)

    I couldn't find the first entry in the Sharon McCone series, Edwin of the Iron Shoes so I tried this one, the 22nd installment published in 2004. I liked it, but not enough to think I'll really get around to reading more in the series. On the irritating side, McCone complains about California stereotypes, without seeming to realize she's a walking caricature of how much of the country perceives San Francisco, where this book is mainly set. McCone, a private investigator, started out working for I couldn't find the first entry in the Sharon McCone series, Edwin of the Iron Shoes so I tried this one, the 22nd installment published in 2004. I liked it, but not enough to think I'll really get around to reading more in the series. On the irritating side, McCone complains about California stereotypes, without seeming to realize she's a walking caricature of how much of the country perceives San Francisco, where this book is mainly set. McCone, a private investigator, started out working for a law coop with the word "poverty" in it and now owns an agency where employees are "family" and resemble a rainbow coalition. A liberal do-gooder, McCone rants against "tax cuts for the rich." She's also something of a Mary Sue--beautiful, exotic looking (she's half-Shoshone), she can kick ass a la Buffy, is an expert shooter and a pilot. She has a nephew who is a computer "genius," an ex-brother-in-law who is a rock star, a friend with a new novel praised by the New York Times and a significant other who is a hostage negotiator. On the other hand, I really liked that this surrounded a detective agency rather than the usual PI loner, and it was refreshing to see an idealist rather than the usual cynic. Other than that, I wouldn't say this novel stood out in style (the usual first person, though soft-boiled in tone) or plot. No twist or turn that makes it memorable.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Debra

    Every time I buy a novel by a well-known author I haven’t read before, I soon realize that the book is already well into a series. Guess I’m a sucker for a great cover and tantalizing blurbs and, so far, I haven’t been disappointed. This is especially true for my first (and I’m a little embarrassed to admit this) Sharon McCone novel. The adventure opens with Sharon feeling pretty good about her expanding PI practice. So good that she’s about to celebrate with her staff when the police show up an Every time I buy a novel by a well-known author I haven’t read before, I soon realize that the book is already well into a series. Guess I’m a sucker for a great cover and tantalizing blurbs and, so far, I haven’t been disappointed. This is especially true for my first (and I’m a little embarrassed to admit this) Sharon McCone novel. The adventure opens with Sharon feeling pretty good about her expanding PI practice. So good that she’s about to celebrate with her staff when the police show up and arrest her newest operative, Julia Rafael. Julia’s allegedly stolen a credit card from former client, Alex Aguilar. The situation worsens when a complaint’s filed against Sharon, prompting a rep from the Investigations Bureau of the Dept. of Consumer Affairs to want to scrutinize her files. Neither Sharon or Julia’s lawyer believe Julia stole the card, so it’s a matter of finding who set her up, and why? The more Sharon digs, the more dangerous things become for her and her staff. The Dangerous Hour is an entertaining, suspenseful read filled with twists and turns, plus an interesting subplot about her strained relationship with her lover, Hy. Although Hy doesn’t appear until midway through the book, he’s an interesting guy, and I’m looking forward to going back and starting this series from the beginning. It should be quite a ride.

  18. 4 out of 5

    LJ

    THE DANGEROUS HOUR (Private Investigator-San Francisco-Cont.) – VG Marcia Muller – 23rd in series Mysterious Press, 2004 – Hardcover Sharon McCone has come a long way in her career and her agency is growing. Now it’s all at risk with the arrest of her new street-wise employee Julia Rafael for credit-card fraud from Supervisor Alex Aguilar. When it becomes clear that Aguilar is not all he seems and the threat escalates, Sharon and her team kick into high gear. *** One of the strengths of this series THE DANGEROUS HOUR (Private Investigator-San Francisco-Cont.) – VG Marcia Muller – 23rd in series Mysterious Press, 2004 – Hardcover Sharon McCone has come a long way in her career and her agency is growing. Now it’s all at risk with the arrest of her new street-wise employee Julia Rafael for credit-card fraud from Supervisor Alex Aguilar. When it becomes clear that Aguilar is not all he seems and the threat escalates, Sharon and her team kick into high gear. *** One of the strengths of this series is that McCone is a character who changes and grows over time. I liked that this book had her looking back to realize those changes. She’s not so independent that she hasn’t built relationships nor so tough that she has trouble dealing with her diabetic cat. There are good supporting characters, a tight plot and plenty of suspense. This may not be her very best book, but it’s a solid installment to an excellent series.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    Another great story in this series - fast paced, holds your interest, good story Marcia Muller's beloved heroine Sharon McCone is back to investigate a personal betrayal by one of her operatives that has put her business and reputation on the line. The future's looking bright for Sharon McCone and the staff of McCone Investigations-until one of the firm's operatives, Julia Rafael, is arrested for major credit card fraud. A former juvenile delinquent, Julia was a risky hire, but by all accounts ha Another great story in this series - fast paced, holds your interest, good story Marcia Muller's beloved heroine Sharon McCone is back to investigate a personal betrayal by one of her operatives that has put her business and reputation on the line. The future's looking bright for Sharon McCone and the staff of McCone Investigations-until one of the firm's operatives, Julia Rafael, is arrested for major credit card fraud. A former juvenile delinquent, Julia was a risky hire, but by all accounts had been turning her life around. Banking on her innocence, Sharon goes to work looking for the real thief-only to discover a cache of illegal merchandise stashed in Julia's apartment. Is it the damning evidence that will seal her employee's fate, or the key to a larger conspiracy? Sharon must find out the truth....or lose her firm and reputation in the process.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lura Frazey

    Maybe it was because I read this during a very preoccupied time of life, but I had a hard time staying interested and had to force myself to finish. I might have saved my time; it seems McCone did. The ending rushed by as if the author was also forcing herself to finish. There was some obvious foreshadowing, then a quick take down. Next page: a party and some narration tidying up all the other bad guys. Next tiny chapter: the heroine has a laughably easy time pushing the bad guy's buttons to pro Maybe it was because I read this during a very preoccupied time of life, but I had a hard time staying interested and had to force myself to finish. I might have saved my time; it seems McCone did. The ending rushed by as if the author was also forcing herself to finish. There was some obvious foreshadowing, then a quick take down. Next page: a party and some narration tidying up all the other bad guys. Next tiny chapter: the heroine has a laughably easy time pushing the bad guy's buttons to prove to the court psychiatrists the villain was sane enough to stand trial. Next page: more of the condensed version of tying up loose ends and - whoops! - that's all folks. It felt more like falling off something than ending a novel.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    This is my 2nd Sharon McCone novel, and it's good to find another great series about a strong female PI/detective. Great procedural and characters make this another top-notch novel. This one was in audio form, and the bonus was that it was read by Susan Erickson, one of my favorites. I noticed some other of Marcia Muller's novels are read by someone else, and so maybe I'll stick with the books when I continue with the series. But all in all, an enjoyable book. This is my 2nd Sharon McCone novel, and it's good to find another great series about a strong female PI/detective. Great procedural and characters make this another top-notch novel. This one was in audio form, and the bonus was that it was read by Susan Erickson, one of my favorites. I noticed some other of Marcia Muller's novels are read by someone else, and so maybe I'll stick with the books when I continue with the series. But all in all, an enjoyable book.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Joy

    I was nervous about reading this, because same as in WHILE OTHER PEOPLE SLEEP, someone is clandestinely creating major trouble for Sharon. Fortunately (at least from my viewpoint) Muller holds a good balance between the mystery, the characters, and the danger to Sharon. I don't like books where the main character suffers character assassination. I was nervous about reading this, because same as in WHILE OTHER PEOPLE SLEEP, someone is clandestinely creating major trouble for Sharon. Fortunately (at least from my viewpoint) Muller holds a good balance between the mystery, the characters, and the danger to Sharon. I don't like books where the main character suffers character assassination.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Maggie

    I forgot how much I enjoyed reading these stories based in S.F. This mystery was a real fun read & being able to picture the places around S.F. that she writes about is a lot of fun. This one is about the detective's license is on the line because she is being framed by someone she got put away. I think I'll keep my eye open for a couple more by her, she's written enough! I forgot how much I enjoyed reading these stories based in S.F. This mystery was a real fun read & being able to picture the places around S.F. that she writes about is a lot of fun. This one is about the detective's license is on the line because she is being framed by someone she got put away. I think I'll keep my eye open for a couple more by her, she's written enough!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    I kind of skimmed through this book as I'm pretty sure I have read it before. I used to wonder how my Grandmother could re-read books, but now I know. I could remember some parts of the book, but not how it turned out. I enjoy the cases of Sharon McCone as she moves around San Francisco. Her detective agency is going great guns and now a new chapter in her life seems to be opening. I kind of skimmed through this book as I'm pretty sure I have read it before. I used to wonder how my Grandmother could re-read books, but now I know. I could remember some parts of the book, but not how it turned out. I enjoy the cases of Sharon McCone as she moves around San Francisco. Her detective agency is going great guns and now a new chapter in her life seems to be opening.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Dana Wright

    I listened to this book on audio and it had me hooked from the very beginning. I am going to go back and look for all the other books/audio in this series. Love it. Good plot, grit and characters you connect to.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Judith

    Haven't read Mcone series for a long time so I'm very out-of-touch with current developments. However, Muller does a good job of bringing the occasional reader up to date. Don't know if I like it as much since McCone's left the legal cooperative, but I do enjoy these mysteries. Haven't read Mcone series for a long time so I'm very out-of-touch with current developments. However, Muller does a good job of bringing the occasional reader up to date. Don't know if I like it as much since McCone's left the legal cooperative, but I do enjoy these mysteries.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Peggy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. One of Sharon McCone's agents is accused of credit card fraud, which could ruin Sharon's expanding agency. Eventually she figures out that she is the real target. Also, Sharon finally says "yes' to Hy's proposal. One of Sharon McCone's agents is accused of credit card fraud, which could ruin Sharon's expanding agency. Eventually she figures out that she is the real target. Also, Sharon finally says "yes' to Hy's proposal.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dora

    Liked it better this time around. Really don’t remember the first read.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Wendroz

    Sharon McCone is one of my favorite detectives. I like this series.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kirsty Darbyshire

    Aaah, back on the case with Sharon McCone. There's nothing sweeter. I'm sure I'd love these books even if they were turning into total trash. They're not. Aaah, back on the case with Sharon McCone. There's nothing sweeter. I'm sure I'd love these books even if they were turning into total trash. They're not.

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