Book Review: A Death in Vegas by Christopher Meeks

A Death in Vegas

Blurb:

In A Death in Vegas, the president of a company that specializes in beneficial bugs for organic gardeners discovers a young woman dead in his Las Vegas hotel suite. She had worked as a sexy lady bug at his convention booth — and he had nothing to do with her death. While that’s being investigated, the FBI raids his booth on a money-laundering scam that he knows nothing about. Soon, the coroner doesn’t have good news, either. Who has set him up? Why? With the police and FBI are against him, and his wife missing, he flees to find answers and his wife.

Review:

You will be surprised to find a murder mystery book that is funny, has a main character that can come across as a fool at times and yet be equally entertaining, has a sexy young model in it.

Readers may find it to be filled with ethical and moral issues, as well as some parts that may not seem logical, but if you are reading it for the pure pleasure of it, you will be entertained by this book, which is a page-turner.

Patton basically hires a sexy model to work for him as a sexy lady bug at a booth. Patton has a business in the beneficial bug industry. The next day, he finds her naked and dead in his room. He was charged for the murder, although he is clueless about the whole mystery. On the other hand, the FBI raided his booth and his wife accuses him of having an affair with the model.

Patton actually surprises us with the way he uses his intellectual ability, and this is when we get hooked to his character. You will have to read the book to find out about it.

A 4 star for this book.

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4 thoughts on “Book Review: A Death in Vegas by Christopher Meeks

  1. I’m so glad you enjoyed ‘A Death In Vegas’!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Sounds interesting. I may pick it up soon.

    Liked by 1 person

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