Sherri Travis is tending bar at the Bath and Tennis Club where two women have been murdered. A rich socialite, who comes in daily for her quota of side-cars, decides to commit suicide by being the next victim,but first she has to decide who the murderer is.
Sherri pours the drinks and listens to the stories, trying to make sense of it all.
Each of the former members of the band, Vortex, are hiding sins both old and new, secrets worth killing for, but Singer has one ally. Or does she? Johnny Vibes' wife has as much to lose as Singer if she doesn't agree to give Singer an alibi but that doesn't mean Lauren didn't kill her husband.
Chance Road and into a run-down gas station. Instead of the
routine stop she expects, her pickup is stolen, and she is left
stranded in the Everglades. Sherri is desperate for help, but the
men who show up are just as dangerous as the swamp she is
forced to flee into. When she stumbles upon a gruesome murder,
she must depend on her wits to escape the Glades and the evil
men who are stalking her.
Phyllis Smallman, winner of an Independent Publisher
Book Award, brings you Sherri’s most frightening and spinetingling misadventure yet. It will transport you from a gritty
crime scene in the Florida Everglades to a black-tie masquerade
ball in Sarasota before reaching its shocking conclusion on a
remote island in the Gulf of Mexico. Martini Regrets is the sixth
book in the series.
After her life on the streets Singer Brown figures only a dance with an orangutan could still shock her. The music is playing and the waltz begins when the body of a teenage girl is discovered out on Ghost Island. Singer identifies the remains, attacked first by man and then by nature, from a blue butterfly tattoo. Suspicion, toxic and dangerous, begins to poison the small community of Kilborn, corrupting relationships and leaving no one without fear or guilt.