This is book number 4 in the Kate Reilly Mysteries series.
"Readers looking for a new amateur-sleuth series--especially those who find the car-racing frame intriguing--should definitely check out the Kate Reilly mysteries." --Booklist
When Kate Reilly arrives in Long Beach, California, a week ahead of the Grand Prix, she's immediately plunged into a new social scene--as well as a murder investigation. Her cousin Billy is found dead, with Kate's card in his pocket. The cops want to know why, and sponsors and race organizers--anxious to keep racing's image clean--want Kate to investigate. Doubting she can solve another murder, especially that of a relative she despised, Kate reluctantly agrees.
At the same time, coaching an actress for a celebrity race brings Kate into the orbit of Hollywood's hottest bachelor. And then a local FBI agent takes notice of more than her driving and sleuthing skills. She goes from Sony Studios to Venice Beach and from Rodeo Drive to the Hollywood Hills, attending parties, power-shopping, and dodging unwelcome paparazzi.
Kate's professional dreams are coming true. The upcoming Grand Prix is her first race with a new sponsor that's also funding an IndyCar test drive and a ride in next year's Indy 500--along with future possibilities in NASCAR. The downside? New sponsor Frame Savings is owned by her family, and its management, except her long-estranged father, is unfriendly to her...even rivalrous.
On track, red flags fly to warn her of danger. Off track, Kate struggles to interpret warning signs and stay out of a killer's grasp.
Kate Reilly Mysteries:
Dead Man's Switch (Book 1)
Braking Points (Book 2)
Avoidable Contact (Book 3)
Red Flags (Book 4)
Kiss the Bricks (Book 5)
Praise for the Kate Reilly Mysteries:
"Read this book--but buckle in first. Believe me, you're in for a bumpy ride." --WILLIAM KENT KRUEGER, New York Times bestselling author for Braking Points
"This series always leaves me wanting more, so I cannot wait to keep reading and see what's next on the horizon for my fellow female racing driver " --PIPPA MANN, IndyCar driver for Avoidable Contact