Pretty in Ink by Karen E. Olson

Tattoo Shop Mystery, Book 2

Synopsis: Murder in the city of sin…

Brett Kavanaugh is a tattoo artist and owner of Vegas’s hottest tattoo shop, The Painted Lady. And in her spare time, she does some sleuthing. After Brett and company ink Sin City’s newest drag queens, they’re invited to opening night at the strip’s glamorous Nylon and Tattoos show-which ends in disaster when a stranger with a Queen of Hearts tattoo fatally injures Britney Brassieres with a champagne cork. And when another drag queen is found poisoned, it looks like someone’s targeting Vegas’s fabulous femmes…

Review: I had a good time with the first volume and I bought the second one right away. It took me a little longer to get it into the story, but I did it with great pleasure.

Our heroine, Brett, finds herself immersed in a story that is completely beyond her control. Attending an evening of a new drag queen show, someone pulls the cork out of a bottle on the singer on stage. It may seem harmless, but it’s the beginning of the problems. Between possible terrorists, politics, secrets, explosions and deaths, Brett will no longer know where to turn. And that’s not to mention the cop who seems to hate her, Jeff trying to help her, or the hot doctor she doesn’t trust.

It was a novel that made me have a good time and I must admit that I was curious to see exactly what would happen. I didn’t expect the story to turn out that way and the truth about who did it was a real surprise. If you want a cozy mystery to have a good time, all this in the tattoo world, don’t hesitate! I’m only in the second volume, but there are only four, so it’s not a long series to get into either.

I’m curious to see the next investigation and especially what will happen with all our characters!

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