When Laura Marks answers a Summons for Jury Duty she stumbles upon a high-profile trial that quickly plunges her into a world of greed, jealousy, murder and a wacky group of Runyonesque court regulars. Reviews for other Sussman books:"A Nora Ephron with warmth."--Chicago TribuneTIME OFF FROM GOOD BEHAVIOR "...Full of wry wisecracks and savvy shtick...a thoroughly good time..." --New York Times Book ReviewAUDITION FOR MURDER: "...hilarious -- The story holds many laugh-out-loud moments, and realistic details about Actor's Equity, auditions, and rehearsals. -Booklist CRUISING FOR MURDER: "Smart-ass girl detective series in the style of Janet Evanovich." --Irish NewsTHE DIETER: "Susan Sussman has created a witty, well-tailored, smart cookie of a character...[A] clever, literate novel.... Sussman has tapped into something more substantial than a story about women and food and love." -Chicago Tribune
About the Author
Best-selling author Susan Sussman writes books for adults and children as well as screenplays, plays, musicals and articles. Her books have been translated into many languages and she won an EMMY for the adaptation of her children's book "There's No Such Thing as a Chanukah Bush, Sandy Goldstein." Originally from Chicago, Sussman now lives in Miami with her husband Barry.