Not as good as the last one, but a very decent read.
Six months have passed since Abby woke up with the bomb strapped on her chest, and she's enjoying her life being as dull and routine as possible, until she gets a voice mail from her best friend at 3am telling her "It's not what it seems" and asking her to immediately go to their shared office to get and hid a file. Afterwards, she finds out Candace is wanted for murder - and the entire crime is caught on video.
The rest of the book is Abby's attempts to first find her friend for an explanation and ultimately to hopefully prove her innocence.
There's less sentimentality in this book, but the plotting feels a little nutty. It's no more nutty than a bomb strapped to your chest, but that had the benefit of suspense... it was written to be a high tension story, while this one is a more traditional mystery. It was still good though; I was able to read the whole thing in one setting today (an admittedly lazy day) because it was written more than well enough to keep my attention.
I've got one more in my pile, and I might be getting to it sooner rather than later. It's been fun to be in Abby's world, and I'm not quite tired of it yet.