The Extra by Elizabeth Sims

July 4, 2009 at 11:04 am Leave a comment

This is the second in the Rita Farmer series, and I enjoyed this first one, so I was looking forward to reading this. And it didn’t disappoint. The author only switched POVs for two characters, which made it less choppy. Also, about a year has passed since the last story. I like Rita, she’s fun, smart, and a great actress.

This time Rita is an extra in a movie, and she wanders away from the set in her cop uniform and is mistaken for a real officer when a shooting occurs. It turns out the victim is the grandson of a local hero, who runs a shelter where Rita once turned for help. Rita and George Rowe get caught up in the shady business occuring at the shelter.

My only criticism is the story dragged on a bit. . . at 380 pages I wanted the climax to come sooner.


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