The small island private investigators thought their cases would be cheating husbands and lost dogs. Until the cheating husband turns up dead and the dog had its own agenda.
Gay and newly married, Skandik and Owens discover there’s a need for their services. Gay men need private investigators too. Skandik and Owens can help, even if they aren’t Poirot in Tighty-Wighties.
When a client begs Skandik and Owens for help, they never expect to find him sitting on his bed next to a dead body. Olaf is ready to turn the job away. But the man is Jace Comerford, the successful billionaire who provides them with most of their work.
Comerford woke up beside the dead body of his cheating ex-husband and he doesn’t have a clue how the body got there. Now he’s been arrested for murder, and he needs Skandik & Owens to find out what really happened.
Olaf thinks they’re not ready for a murder case. His husband, business partner, pain in the ass, and love of his life disagrees. Who’s going to win this battle of wills?
Olaf longs for a simple cheating spouse case. Paul points out the cheating spouse is now dead. It’s up to Skandik and Owens to clear Jace’s name.