Detective Roger Taylor had a dead body,
that of Professor Tom Jacobs. It seemed he could possibly
have an open and shut case. Tawny McQueen was the last
person to see him alive, and every new clue developed a
lead, which would point once again to her.
Tawny couldn’t believe that Tom was
dead. He was a very good friend of hers, but nothing more.
She wanted to find out who was behind his death, not only
for justice for Tom, but since the good-looking Detective
seemed intent on disbelieving her innocence. So she decided
that she would help him in his investigation.
Much to Detective Taylor’s chagrin.
Murder and the Media Specialist
was an entertaining romantic mystery. I adored
Roger, and his obsession with Tawny’s plasma TV. Tawny’s
determination to prove her innocence and join Roger on his
investigation was fun to read. I am interested to see what
future stories Ms Jordan has in store.