I read anything that's nailed down, or even just moving slowly. Cereal boxes, candy wrappers, all genres, etc., and I don't always have much time for arbitrary distinctions like literary fiction vs. genre fiction.
Installment #3 of the Gin and Tonic series brings us a nice level of comfort between the leads, further development of selected secondary characters, and everyone's entanglement in yet another "fine mess."
As with the previous books in the series, the dialog is snappy--a main draw, as far as I'm concerned. The plot remains a bit thin, but it's certainly worth spending a couple of hours with the crew at Mary's bar to see how they're going to get out of this one.
I'm liking this series, and I hope Kornetsky continues it. My one wish is for longer, more complex plots. Throw in some red herrings, or even plaid ones; I'm not picky.