I enjoyed the book. It moved at a fair pace. The story was straight forward. There were lots of colorful characters. The only thing I didn't like was the main character, Tug. That is a fatal flaw.
Tug has a habit of saying or doing things that show him as a sexist jerk. For example, every woman in the book - accept for one in her late fifties - is an object of prurient interest. The man wants to shag them all even though he's married. Then he tries to make it all okay by saying "At least I admit it." There are other instances of Tug being a jerk but the sex is a recurring theme.
Owning up to bad behavior doesn't make it okay in my books. I took an instant dislike to the man. I honestly didn't care if he got bludgeoned or shot or killed outright. I kept reading because I wanted Suzy to get what she needed. I'm not the least bit tempted to read another book in the series.