Her mother left, her father died, and now she has to make it on her own. At least she can sing and that gets her a job.
Berkley and Edelweiss let me read this book for review (thank you). It has been published and you can get a copy now.
Lena is biracial and passes for white. She gets tangled up with the Abernathy family which is unfortunate.
She's on the Queen Mary and she sees husbands having affairs, murders, and snotty women. As she tries to stay out of trouble, she just gets more drawn in.
The cops ask questions about the murders. Lena wonders who is killing them.
There's lots of drama, another death, and the killer was a real surprise to me.
Another surprise was that Lena finds her mother on board...