|Dancing with Mr. D
An environmental zealot dies in what appears to be a grisly accident. As Zoë unravels the complex chain of events leading to the death, she is forced to confront not only the seamy underside of the town's most influential citizens, but also her own troubled marriage. Read the first chapter.
"Kleinholz blends a quick-moving plot, the nuances of small town life and politics, complex human relationships, and the rock music scene with a seamless ease and grace."
"Zoë is such a believable heroine. She really is someone who could stop by for coffee and tell you her story (if she had enough time). Kleinholz has give us a rich, interesting woman doing her best in some very complex situations... And if you thought Evanovich left you hanging at the end of Five, brace yourself for the ending of Dancing with Mr. D." Top-rated (5 cats)
–Kate's Mystery Books Newsletter
"This clever, well-plotted story of a former rock journalist, her once-famous musician husband and their struggle to keep their family together will ring true with readers no matter what their musical tastes... a universal story."
-Oline H. Cogdill, South Florida Sun-Sentinel