When she receives word that Paolina, the fourteen-year-old girl with whom she had been paired in a Boston mentoring program, has vanished, private detective Carlotta Carlyle embarks on her own search for the missing teen.
Twenty years earlier, a 14-year-old girl from high society in Massachusetts vanished, leaving her clothes on a beach. At the time no one thought of linking the apparent suicide to the disappearance of a gardener at her school. Now PI Carlotta Carlyle hopes to make a connection. By the author of Hardware.
Agoraphobic Em Moore is the writing half of a biography team. Her partner, Teddy, does the schmoozing. When Teddy dies, Em is devastated, alone in a world she doesn't understand. The only way she can honor his memory is to finish their current book, an 'autobiography' of director Garrett Malcolm. She finds Malcolm friendlier and far sexier than she had imagined. But Em senses trouble between Malcolm and one of his former stars, and she hears whispers...
Faced with nothing but dead ends in her boyfriend Sam Gianelli's secret indictment for murder, Boston P.I. Carlotta Carlyle goes back to basics and takes a case for a nervous bride-to-be who wants to make sure her fiancé is being faithful. Simple enough, but when her client turns up dead, Carlotta catches the kind of break she wished she hadn't.--From publisher description.
PI Carlotta Carlyle of Boston investigates the death of an old lady who refused to give up her apartment for a development project. When an attempt is made to burn Carlotta's house, she knows she is onto something. By the author of Cold Case.
Hired by a respected Harvard professor whose indiscretions with a student are being threatened by a blackmailer, Boston private investigator Carlotta Carlyle struggles with her morals to track down the blackmailer.