In Sheep's Clothing

by Mary Monroe

Faced with a depressing future of cooking, cleaning, and unsatisfying sex with her husband, Trudy Bell tries to escape her boring lifestyle with a new job. When she lands a position as a secretary for a travel agency, she feels like a new woman. Her warm personality wins over all of her colleagues, except for fellow African-American Ann Oliver, who sneers at her black working-class lifestyle. In light of this resentment, Trudy doesn't hesitate when she realizes that her secretarial position grants her access to Ann's company credit cards. What begins as a few expensive lunches quickly spirals into a case of mistake identity with a man looking to kill Ann. Now, unless Trudy can convince him she's not the woman he's after, she may pay the highest price of all...