Since Stuart Kaminsky's death Toby Peters and company are no more. So I decided to reread the Toby mysteries and find them to be as entertaining as ever. A private detective in 1940's Los Angeles, Toby finds himself working for a different Hollywood personality in each book. This time it's Mae West, and it's as good as they get. Kaminsky was a movie historian and really knew how to work the stars into a mystery story. The real star, of course, is Toby, and I'll miss him down the road, but I won't hesitate to bring him back on my Kindle every couple of years or so. Next on the list is Gable, then Astaire and John Wayne. You can't go wrong with this cast of characters.