These books have been around for a while and I've been meaning to get copies, so I was pleased to see the three of them together the other day - grabbed them. Covers are very evocative aren't they.
From the Blurb - Die A Little:
School teacher Lora King finds her quiet suburban life disrupted when her brother Bill, a junior investigator with the District Attorney's office, meets a woman by chance and quickly marries her. (1950s Hollywood is the setting).
From the Blurb - Queenpin:
A young woman hired to keep the books at a down-at-heel nightclub is taken under the wing of the infamous Gloria Denton, a mob luminary who reigned during the Golden Era of Bugsy Siegel and Lucky Luciano.
From the Blurb - Bury me Deep:
In October 1931, a station agent found two large trunks abandoned in L.A.'s Union Station. What he found inside ignited one of the most scandalous tabloid sensations of the decade.
School teacher Lora King finds her quiet surburban life disrupted when her brother Bill, a junior investigator with the District Attorney's office, meets a woman by chance and quickly marries her. His new wife is Alice Steele, a beautiful and charming Hollywood wardrobe assistant, and although everyone else is entranced by her, Lora becomes suspicious of the inconsistencies in the stories from Alice's past.