The first Rat Pack mystery, Everybody Kills Somebody Sometime, is a terrifically entertaining and very well written mystery that gives life to the Las Vegas of the 1960s--it follows the Rat Pack, as they begin shooting the film Ocean's Eleven, through the eyes of Eddie Gianelli. Gianelli is a pit boss at the Sands, and when Frank Sinatra asks him for a favor, Eddie can't turn him down even if he wanted to, and that's exactly what he would do if he could.
It doesn't take long for the bodies to start piling up, and Giannelli is in for much more than he signed on. This is one of Randisi's better novels in the past few years, and I enjoyed it a whole lot. Needless to say I can't wait until Luck Be a lady, Don't Die is released. It doesn't hurt that the cover art is pretty cool in its own right.