The agents are instructed to look like lovers as they check out the exclusive boutique hotel, Aubrey of St. Thomas. The hotel is managed by Aubrey Sanes, widow of ex-L.A. cop Carl Quincy "Q" Sanes, who died during church services four years ago. Q was cremated and his ashes thrown into the sea, but there was never an autopsy report or death certificate. The doctor who certified Q's death in Puerto Rico also died, leaving no records.
The widow's profitable resort was started with a half million dollars that Q left her. The agents want to know how she parlayed that into such a money-making operation. Thinking the boutique is too much of a good thing, Kevin and Karen search for the "dead" Q, the money trail, or both.
While sharing their progress on the case, the agents realize they've fallen for each other.
Tuesday After Next is the second book in an intriguing trilogy.
Norman E. Edelen has been writing professionally since 1966, when he wrote educational films on black history. He was a writer for "Serendipity," a children's Saturday morning TV series that won an Emmy award; was writer and associate producer of "Preacher Man," a documentary nominated for an Emmy, and was co-writer-producer of the bicentennial special "The Greatest Story Never Told." The author lives in Southern California.
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