Freeze My Margarita (Sam Jones #4)
In her latest adventure Sam Jones finds herself up close and personal with the London theatre crowd as they attempt to mount a production of Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Of course things never seem to run smoothly when Sam’s around and pretty soon she’s drawn into a web of sexual intrigue, petty jealousy and cold blo ...more
"The man on his hands and knees in front of me had been there for a few minutes already, but in this establishment that was nothing out of the ordinary. I didn't realize at once that he was asking me something; the Velvet Underground were pounding lugubriously out of the speakers at a high enough volume to drown out anyone speaking in an appropriately servile tone of voice.
'Can I lick your boots clean?'
'I'm sorry, what?' I ducked my head. Rearing up on his knees, he said more loudly:
'Can I lic ...more
Following the dictum that there is nothing that becomes outdated so quickly as modernity, these breezy novels now possess the aura of period ...more
Freeze My Margarita has proven to be a rather entertaining read, and I honestly laughed out loud at many parts of it. I'll agree that for the great He-Is-The-Killer reveal scene I was expecting a little bit more, but I'm also quite content with how the novel progressed. This is the second book in the series I have ...more
it's curious how both books i read at the beach had cold sounding titles. not much was frozen in this book except for the margaritas. very little mystery here, a three year old body turns up but seems to have very little to do with any of the main characters. it's more 'sam goes to the theatre' with a little bit of mystery in the background building up to some dangerous stuff near the end. enjoyable for the foreground and the characters rather than for the mystery element.