Wednesday, August 31, 2016
After Reading: MURDER BY MASSAGE by Stuart R. West
But just like last time, big sister comes to the rescue. And what a big sister! Zora LeFevre's a private investigator. The only down side is she's usually got her four kids with her.
Join the laughs, chaos and mystery as Zach and Zora race against the clock. No clue is too big, no clue is too small. Even if it involves dancing cops, ex-radical hippy militants, pompous pastors, or a creepy set of "Furries" (don't ask!).
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I love West's books, and the first in this series, Bad Day in a Banana Hammock, was hilarious. With that title, how could it not be? :) The second book in the series doesn't disappoint. Filled with wonderfully amusing characters, laugh your butt off chase scenes, and of course a murder, it's sure to make anyone enjoy themselves. As usual, Zach is clueless though well intentioned--and very much wanting to ensure that absolutely everyone knows that he is a Male Entertainment Dancer and NOT a stripper (hehe!). Of course it's Zora who I really love in these books. She's smart, spunky, and dealing with altogether too much, though of course she's the one who gets the job done. West has a knack for strong and wonderful female characters and Zora is certainly among these ranks. Overall, a quick, great read that's perfect for anyone looking for a little escape!
Has anyone read any of West's work?