Set in Florida in a facility for assisted living. The guests are dyeing under mysterious circumstances. The place is owned by a slightly creepy evangelist. A retired forensic pathologist is called in to assist on the case.
Very light on crime and mystery solving, with a buddhist main character and buddhist sayings at the start of every chapter. Minimal character development, simplistic plot. Well written though, an easy and entertaining read. Brain candy, if you need a light palate cleanser in between. If you want a decent crime novel or thriller, this is too much of a fluff piece.
Would I read something else by the author? Maybe, if it came cheap and I was looking for something extremely light. It is not very likely though.