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Author: Judith Skillings
ISBN: 0060583193
Subcategory: Women's Fiction
Publisher Avon (March 1, 2005)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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Dangerous Curves book. Judith Skillings and her husband own and operate a Rolls-Royce and Bentley motorcar restoration shop in eastern Pennsylvania, which grew from the misguided purchase of a 1934 Rolls-Royce 20/25 in need of everything. She's a produced playwright in the Philadelphia area, on the national board of the Rolls-Royce Owners' Club, and a graduate of the Bertil Roos race-driving school. Other books in the series. Rebecca Moore (3 books). Books by Judith Skillings. Mor. rivia About Dangerous Curves.

Rebecca Moore thought she left violent death behind her, but the bodies keep mounting. and they're begging for justice

Rebecca Moore thought she left violent death behind her, but the bodies keep mounting. When the body of a murdered dancer is discovered in the back seat of a classic Bentley, former reporter and classic-car restorer Rebecca Moore is led into a tawdry world of flesh and fantasy to hunt down a killer who may already be setting his sights on Rebecca.

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Abandoning her high-pressure job as a Washington, D.C., reporter to run her late uncle's classic car restoration business, Rebecca Moore is drawn into the hunt for a killer targeting young dancers when she goes undercover in a gentleman's club to uncover the truth, much to the dismay of the men in her life. Original.
Rebecca Moore is back in another great mystery. Two of her ex-con workers are arrested because a brutally stabbed young dancer is found in the Bentley they were towing back to Rebecca's classic car restoration shop. Then another young dancer from the same club is pulled from the Potomac. Rebecca puts herself undercover at the club to see what she can discover.

This is, of course, against the wishes of Joachim Delacroix (her lawyer who greatly admires her) and Mick Hagan (her detective sometime boyfriend).

Mick butts heads with the officer in charge of the investigation and thus cannot even set foot into the club. Jo feels uncomfortable there with Rebecca undercover but feels someone should be keeping an eye on her.

Rebecca works to get to know some of the other dancers and see if she can determine who the killer is. But she has to be careful. She doesn't know whether the killer works there or just frequents the club. Can she find the killer without becoming his next victim?

I love this series. Rebecca is such a fun character. She runs her late uncle's car restoration shop after leaving her career as a DC reporter. Her reporter skills come in handy in investigation murder. Plus she still has some contacts to get information.

Mick is another great character. The tension between Jo and Mick and also between Mick and Rebecca really makes this series good. Plus add the tension between Jo and Rebecca.

I like the touch of having ex-cons working at the shop. It always spices things up.

Ms. Skillings has a real winner! I can't wait to read the next book. I highly recommend Dangerous Curves, as well as the first book Dead End.
Rebecca Moore is a former Washington, DC reporter. She abandons her career to run her deceased uncle's restoration shop for classic cars in Maryland. Her work crew is a group of potentially dangerous, but "reformed" ex-convicts. When the body shows up, Rebecca begins cursing her lot in life. She has only recently gotten rid of the body that showed up in her shop. (Last book.)

This time the corpse is a female dancer. The woman has been stabbed to death. The body is discovered in the backseat of a vintage Bentley that her crew is towing home from a race in Istanbul. Rebecca's boyfriend, Detective Mick Hagan, wants her to let the police deal with it. Her lawyer, Joachim Delacroix, all but begs her to keep her nose out of it. Yet hard headed Rebecca decides to go undercover in a gentlemen's club.

**** This novel is as good as the last. The author shows that Rebecca can be even more snoopy than now than ever before, to the delight of her mystery readers. I cannot help but wonder just where the next corpse will appear in future books. Judith Skillings seems to have a very creative imagination as to where the most unique places are to stuff bodies. Mystery fans will enjoy every page. ****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
So you think you want a Bentley? Think again. It could have a dead body in it and then what would you do? That's the premise of the new Judith Skillings book, Dangerous Curves; the second in her series featuring Rebecca Moore, an ex investigative reporter who has inherited her uncle Walt's classic car restoration business in rural Maryland.

Rebecca's ex con employees set out to the Dundalk shipping terminal to pick up a car and on their way back they stop at an unsavory gentlemen's club. When they return to the car there's a dead body waiting for them. Of course the police think of them, with their criminal backgrounds, as prime suspects. Against the advice of Rebecca's possible love interest, Jo Delacroix, and her detective boyfriend, Mick Hagan she goes undercover at the club to investigate.

Skillings and her husband actually own a classic restoration business and it shows in the level of her knowledge of automobiles, especially the classics.

Dangerous Curves has a complex story line but it will keep the reader intrigued while it moves from 0 to 60 towards a dramatic conclusion.