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"Outrageously imaginative, characters, high-stakes action, sizzling love affairs, deadly enemies, naughty humor, and never-saw-it-coming twists. Irresistible!"
-- Sophie Littlefield, Edgar Award finalist and author of A Bad Day for Pretty, on Lucky Stiff

"A winner on every level . . . Against a flawlessly rendered Las Vegas backdrop, Lucky's story is funny, fast paced, exuberant, and brilliantly realized."
-- Susan Wiggs, New York Times bestselling author of Just Breathe, on Wanna Get Lucky?

"Las Vegas is the perfect setting for this witty tale of misdirection and larger-than-life characters. Fans of J. A . Konrath's Jack Daniels series will love this."
-- Library Journal, (starred review) on Lucky Stiff

"More fun than a winning streak in Vegas!"
-- Diane Mott Davidson, New York Times bestselling author of Fatally Flaky, on Wanna Get Lucky?

"Coonts covers Sin City territory with a dash of CSI and Janet Evanovich in her second glitzy, lighthearted novel."
-- Publishers Weekly on Lucky Stiff

"Deliciously raunchy, with humorous takes on sexual proclivities, Vegas glitz and love, though Agatha Christie is probably spinning in her grave."
-- Kirkus Reviews on Wanna Get Lucky?

"This is chick-lit gone wild and sexy, lightly wrapped in mystery and tied up with a brilliantly flashing neon bow . . . Wanna Get Lucky? hits the proverbial jackpot."
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