P.I. Nicole Graves' latest assignment sends her overseas to retrieve Abigail Fletcher, a 17-year-old in a study abroad program at the prestigious King's College in London. The assignment sounds simple enough. But Abigail's return is put on indefinite hold when she's charged with the murder of her boyfriend, a former student at King's. Nicole believes Abigail has been framed, but the victim's tight-knit circle of friends and relatives are most unwilling to talk to an American detective. Further complicating the case, is Abigail's defiant and uncooperative attitude. As evidence stacks up against her, Nicole discovers that she herself has become the next target. Nicole's first solo case abroad as a private detective has just turned a lot more deadly than she ever anticipated.
WHAT REVIEWERS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE ENTITLED
I""" "Vibrant street scenes, swift pacing, and Nicole’s steely nerve make The Entitled an entertaining adventure."
—Karen Rigby, Foreword Reviews
“The Entitled combines themes of adoption, wealth, and the meaning of happiness with the underground crimes of London and meshes them into one exciting story." — Kristi Elizabeth, San Francisco Book Review
“One is pulled into her story on so many levels: the wonderful location of London, likeable and interesting characters, an intriguing plot, and the well-developed complexity of character relationships.” — M.M. Gornell, author of Lies of Convenience
“The Entitled takes master sleuth Nicole Graves off to London for a thrilling and occasionally perilous ride that will keep you turning the pages into the wee hours.” — Ron Rapoport, author of Let's Play Two: The Legend of Mr. Cub, The Life of Ernie Banks
“This novel has a quality that I am unable to fault. The Entitled is a polished OUTSTANDING mystery that gets the top score of 5 stars.” — Stephen Clynes, Standing In the Light Til It’s Over