LaCour's Destiny by Robert Downs

Sam LaCour hasn’t given up on men, even if they’ve given up on her, and she doesn’t give up on her colleagues either, even when a dead body turns up, and she faints in front of the cameras, her family, and a television audience.

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 REVIEW: LaCour's Destiny

on October 20, 2015
Psychologically, I'd peg protagonist Samantha "Sam" Lacour as obsessive-compulsive, perhaps high-functioning Asperger' s with undertones of "idiot savant" with extraordinary mathematical ability. She is a solitary, yet spends a lot of time "first-dating." An accountant, she works for a sizeable corporation on Virginia's Atlantic Coast. Sam possesses an invaluable trait for a forensic accountant [or for a homicide detective]: she is like a single-minded bloodhound when she focuses on a trail. Tasked by her superior to track discrepancies, she finds links to a missing colleague and to the scandalous CEO of another well-known corporation. Hot on the trail, minor crime like breaking and entering and industrial espionage are small matter. (Four Stars)


Perfect $11.00