LibraryThing Review Good entry in series. Nice to get background on Ella. The off-screen Jim has to go.
LibraryThing Review Pepper Martin is once again drawn in to solving a murder. This time she is approached by a teenager who has kissed Paul McCartney during a Beetles concert. There are a few interesting twists and turns, but the holding back of information is as irritating to the reader as it is to Pepper.
LibraryThing Review Another installment in the delightful Pepper Martin series. Pepper is a tour guide at a local cemetery. In the first book she had tripped and hit her head on a tombstone. Since that event she started
LibraryThing Review Pepper Martin mystery series has had me hooked since DON OF THE DEAD. The titles are fab, matching each book's premise. The covers are excellent with Pepper, never full face or looking away from the
LibraryThing Review I love this series. Pepper Martin is one of the most fun slueths in fiction, with her eye for fashion, sarcastic humor, and heart of gold. In the seventh novel, "A Hard Day's Fright" it wouldn't be
LibraryThing Review In 1966 following a Beatle's concert, Lucy disappeared. A teenager, she had rushed up on stage, kissed Paul, started home with friends, and was never seen or heard from again. Until Pepper sees her