A Bomb in February

A Bomb in February Samantha Rialto learned everything she knows about surveillance photography from Skipper Turnbuckle a private eye with a bum reputation Since last month s job they haven t spoken But a bomb a shooti

  • Title: A Bomb in February
  • Author: Evan Katy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Samantha Rialto learned everything she knows about surveillance photography from Skipper Turnbuckle, a private eye with a bum reputation Since last month s job they haven t spoken But a bomb, a shooting and a voice mail have her seeking the old investigator out and wishing she hadn t.Samantha is on leave from her job as a music teacher and trying very hard not to let motSamantha Rialto learned everything she knows about surveillance photography from Skipper Turnbuckle, a private eye with a bum reputation Since last month s job they haven t spoken But a bomb, a shooting and a voice mail have her seeking the old investigator out and wishing she hadn t.Samantha is on leave from her job as a music teacher and trying very hard not to let motivating, positive suggestions from her mother and best friend, Maxie, cheer her up She hasn t spoken to her almost boyfriend, Detective Ben Parker, in two weeks and the only good news she s had is that January is finally over But when her neighbor s house is blown to bits, Sam is forced to bunk with Maxie And when, later that night, a man is shot in Maxie s front yard, and a disturbing voice mail implicates Sam s old mentor, the past dances its way into Sam s present again Ben and Sam, once again, find themselves in a race against time, facing off against a suspicious FBI agent and tracking down a host of possible suspects, including a high profile senator, an angry giant, and a scientist who may or may not be dead.

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    1. I love both titles by Evan! Great fun, witty dialogue, interesting plot lines and lovable characters. I put her books right up there with Janet Evanovich, Sarah Strohmeyer, Toni McGee Causey, Harley Jane Kozak, Nancy Martin, Joann Fluke, and Sue Grafton.I'm in withdrawals for book number 3!!!

    2. A Bomb in February is the second Samantha Rialto mystery in the new series by Evan Katy. Samantha, barely recovered after the injuries sustained in the first book, is again at risk when her neighbor's house is incinerated and her own is damaged. Working with her old mentor, Turnbuckle, and her possible boyfriend, Ben, her best friend forever Maxie, and other characters from the first story, Samantha again experiences injury, kidnapping, explosions and confusion.Will Ben, her former husband's for [...]

    3. Even Katy does it again!! Loved the second book in this delightful series. I laughed just as hard this time as the last, and was just as shocked at the ending. I do have to say I wasn't exactly thrilled with the Ben twist and I hope it changes in March!!Samantha is at it again, but this time she didn't even want to be in the mess. Still trying to recover from January, Sam is thrown into another mystery with Ben, but this time it revolves around her best friend Maxie. A bomb hits her neighbors ho [...]

    4. BetterI'm stilltre how I feel about Samantha, she's growing on me though. This is the second installment of the series and the plot/mystery was good. The romance was all but nil this time around and both the Harry and Doug are annoying. Doug is a creeper,imo and is a cardboard character. Harry. Considering what we know of him - a man who beat his wife regularly- I'm offended by any insinuations he's being kept in the "suitor stable."I had trouble getting into this installment at first, Sam is de [...]

    5. While I liked this book, I didn't enjoy it nearly as much as the first book in this series (January Kills Me). Normally, there are a few sticky situations that the main character gets into or only a few bad luck type things that happen - and this usually makes for an enjoyable read. I felt that this one went a little overboard. It seemed as though the writer threw every possible situation into this one book. And I felt it was too much - to the point of where I said to myself "you've got to be ki [...]

    6. Samantha Rialto is still having a pity party over the crappy events that happened in January. When the house across the street is blown up, Maxie's new boyfriend is shot dead in Maxie's driveway and Samantha is kidnapped by Big Steve. Her only defense is to get away from the bad guys and solve the mystery behind Justine's diary. It's a cast of quirky characters Samantha is involved with, as she tries to figure out her status with Ben. It's a fun story that makes you laugh out loud and shake your [...]

    7. Snarky middle-school music teacher stumbles into dead bodies, bombs and blackmail. Samantha Rialto and her sidekick Maxie are funny, smart and on the lookout for trouble. The cast of characters include Ben, Sam's almost girlfriend and Skipper, a private eye with 42 rules. I laughed outloud as Sam stumbles through to the truth, even with a toilet stuck on her front door from the house that exploded across the street from her.

    8. I can't wait for the March installment of the Sam Rialto books. February comes and just weeks after her close call with a maniac, Sam gets involved in another deadly adventure. Will she end up with Ben? Will she get her music job back? Will she get the bad guy(s)? Will she ever get out of Maxie's impossibly enveloping chair? Tune in - it's worth the read.

    9. Wish I could give this 3-1/2 stars. It's a fun read, great guilty pleasure, and I love the characters, particularly Sam - but there are numerous typos, grammatical errors, & formatting errors, and that stuff drives me crazy

    10. Actually I liked this one much better than the first. The characters are well developed and it is an interesting premise for the plot Not something rehashed Fresh approach. I actually find myself looking forward to the next installment

    11. loved it!! love klutzy Sam! A bomb, a shooting and lots of wackiness from Sam's mentor Skipper! Life wouldn't be complete if ex-Harry didn't show up. Add the FBI and a Senator and you get A Bomb in February.

    12. I hope Evan Katy plans to write a story for each month of the year. I love her style. The characters jump off the page and the plot never slows down. My only complaint is the amount of swear words.

    13. Really enjoyed both of these books. Coming to love Ben. Light read with delightful main character. Enough of a real story to make me want to read the next one.

    14. This book isn't as good as the first book in the series. I would read more in the series but would hope they get better.

    15. This is a great series. Keeps you on your toes as to what is going to happen next.I love how each book is month specific and how they flow.

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