Without a Hitch is almost two books for the price of one. It's kind of like an episode of Law and Order where the first bit is the Law and the second is the Order.
Two colleagues who are bored in their jobs decide to commit the perfect crime - credit card theft.
The setting up of the "thefts" was enjoyable to read, although I must admit I kept getting the two characters mixed up at the start as it dragged a bit and they seemed much of a muchness. As the book progressed, it was obvious which was which as their characters and what they wanted from this diverged.
I was rather taken by this story. It was better than expected and I really enjoyed it.