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Gina's sister was also recently murdered and the circumstances of her death were similar to the murder of tourist Bunny Lehre. Over the next few days, while serving cocktails, Sherri learns that Gina's murder was not unique. If you read and enjoyed the first novel, you will also enjoy this one. Sherri is struggling with her independent nature, trying to build a relationship with Clay and recover from the murder of her childhood sweetheart. As a hurricane bears down on the coastal town, Sherri finds herself embroiled in another brutal murder. She fights to keep the drinking establishment she works at open as long as possible but when a patron Gina Ross is murdere Book 2 in the Sherri Travis Mystery The Sherri Travis Mysteries are fun to read, light with no fuss about them. I'd suggest you read Margarita Nights first, though this could work as a stand alone as it's strength lies in characterisation. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, Bunny, is too similar to ignore. A lethal brew if there ever was one The volatile interaction between Sherri and her in-laws and the depiction of the bar scenes and its upper crust characters are simply hilarious. The author's description of Mother Nature and all her fury attacking the Florida coast is especially well done, not an envious situation to be in. This sequel to "Margarita Nights" has Sherri fighting to survive hurricane Myrna now battling the west coast of Florida and threatening to obliterate everything in its path. The pacing is much improved from Margarita Nights with some chilling and tense moments as Sherri is stalked by the murderer. A refreshing break one can take between other genre and zip throw them in just a few hours. Her romance with Clay is equally complicated, but his character lacks depth so it's hard to invest in it. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, As the second in Phyllis Smallman's mystery series about bartender Sherri Travis, we return to Jacaranda just a few months after the events of Margarita Nights. The characterization is colorful; some are a tad annoying and far fetched. Sex in a Sidecar is an entertaining, light read with plenty to recommend it as an amatuer sleuth mystery series. A lot of her character history is established in Margarita Nights and I think that background is important in understanding her motivations and relationships in this book. The narration is crude and simple at times to highlight the personality of the characters. Smallman has created a complicated protagonist who is easy to relate to, Sherri is a flawed character and emminently likeable for that. Sidecar sex



As a hurricane bears down on the coastal town, Sherri finds herself embroiled in another brutal murder. Gina's sister was also recently murdered and the circumstances of her death were similar to the murder of tourist Bunny Lehre. The mystery is perhaps not as cohesive with possibly too many suspects introduced but it is still interesting and the resolution is well handled. I like Smallman's style of writing, it's accessible with a sense of humor. Nothing like a serial killer on the loose and a bartender with big ears playing detective This sequel to "Margarita Nights" has Sherri fighting to survive hurricane Myrna now battling the west coast of Florida and threatening to obliterate everything in its path. Over the next few days, while serving cocktails, Sherri learns that Gina's murder was not unique. I'd suggest you read Margarita Nights first, though this could work as a stand alone as it's strength lies in characterisation. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, As the second in Phyllis Smallman's mystery series about bartender Sherri Travis, we return to Jacaranda just a few months after the events of Margarita Nights. A lot of her character history is established in Margarita Nights and I think that background is important in understanding her motivations and relationships in this book. Her romance with Clay is equally complicated, but his character lacks depth so it's hard to invest in it. The narration is crude and simple at times to highlight the personality of the characters. The pacing is much improved from Margarita Nights with some chilling and tense moments as Sherri is stalked by the murderer. The novel provides a decent mystery but it lacks cohesiveness in its plotting, it is all over the place The author's description of Mother Nature and all her fury attacking the Florida coast is especially well done, not an envious situation to be in. The volatile interaction between Sherri and her in-laws and the depiction of the bar scenes and its upper crust characters are simply hilarious. A lethal brew if there ever was one Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, Bunny, is too similar to ignore. Sherri is struggling with her independent nature, trying to build a relationship with Clay and recover from the murder of her childhood sweetheart. A refreshing break one can take between other genre and zip throw them in just a few hours. The characterization is colorful; some are a tad annoying and far fetched. Smallman has created a complicated protagonist who is easy to relate to, Sherri is a flawed character and emminently likeable for that. She fights to keep the drinking establishment she works at open as long as possible but when a patron Gina Ross is murdere Book 2 in the Sherri Travis Mystery The Sherri Travis Mysteries are fun to read, light with no fuss about them. She fights to keep the drinking establishment she works at open as long as possible but when a patron Gina Ross is murdered and Sherri discovers her lifeless body, skull crushed and laid out in crucifixion fashion, a decision had to be made. It was time to move inland, ride the storm out and apply her trade at the Bath and Tennis Club, a ritzy hangout for the rich and famous. If you read and enjoyed the first novel, you will also enjoy this one.

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The pacing is much improved from Margarita Nights with some chilling and tense moments as Sherri is stalked by the murderer. The narration is crude and simple at times to highlight the personality of the characters. Sex in a Sidecar is an entertaining, light read with plenty to recommend it as an amatuer sleuth mystery series. Gina's sister was also recently murdered and the circumstances of her death were similar to the murder of tourist Bunny Lehre. Sherri is struggling with her independent nature, trying to build a relationship with Clay and recover from the murder of her childhood sweetheart. The author's description of Mother Nature and all her fury attacking the Florida coast is especially well done, not an envious situation to be in. This sequel to "Margarita Nights" has Sherri fighting to survive hurricane Myrna now battling the west coast of Florida and threatening to obliterate everything in its path. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, As the second in Phyllis Smallman's mystery series about bartender Sherri Travis, we return to Jacaranda just a few months after the events of Margarita Nights. The mystery is perhaps not as cohesive with possibly too many suspects introduced but it is still interesting and the resolution is well handled. Over the next few days, while serving cocktails, Sherri learns that Gina's murder was not unique. Her romance with Clay is equally complicated, but his character lacks depth so it's hard to invest in it. I like Smallman's style of writing, it's accessible with a sense of humor. The novel provides a decent mystery but it lacks cohesiveness in its plotting, it is all over the place Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, Bunny, is too similar to ignore. A refreshing break one can take between other genre and zip throw them in just a few hours.



































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It was time to move inland, ride the storm out and apply her trade at the Bath and Tennis Club, a ritzy hangout for the rich and famous. A lethal brew if there ever was one Her romance with Clay is equally complicated, but his character lacks depth so it's hard to invest in it. The characterization is colorful; some are a tad annoying and far fetched. A refreshing break one can take between other genre and zip throw them in just a few hours. Sherri is struggling with her independent nature, trying to build a relationship with Clay and recover from the murder of her childhood sweetheart. The narration is crude and simple at times to highlight the personality of the characters. The novel provides a decent mystery but it lacks cohesiveness in its plotting, it is all over the place If you read and enjoyed the first novel, you will also enjoy this one. A lot of her character history is established in Margarita Nights and I think that background is important in understanding her motivations and relationships in this book. Nothing like a serial killer on the loose and a bartender with big ears playing detective Gina's sister was also recently murdered and the circumstances of her death were similar to the murder of tourist Bunny Lehre. This sequel to "Margarita Nights" has Sherri fighting to survive hurricane Myrna now battling the west coast of Florida and threatening to obliterate everything in its path. The author's description of Mother Nature and all her fury attacking the Florida coast is especially well done, not an envious situation to be in. As a hurricane bears down on the coastal town, Sherri finds herself embroiled in another brutal murder. I like Smallman's style of writing, it's accessible with a sense of humor. She fights to keep the drinking establishment she works at open as long as possible but when a patron Gina Ross is murdere Book 2 in the Sherri Travis Mystery The Sherri Travis Mysteries are fun to read, light with no fuss about them. Smallman has created a complicated protagonist who is easy to relate to, Sherri is a flawed character and emminently likeable for that. The pacing is much improved from Margarita Nights with some chilling and tense moments as Sherri is stalked by the murderer. She fights to keep the drinking establishment she works at open as long as possible but when a patron Gina Ross is murdered and Sherri discovers her lifeless body, skull crushed and laid out in crucifixion fashion, a decision had to be made. The mystery is perhaps not as cohesive with possibly too many suspects introduced but it is still interesting and the resolution is well handled. I'd suggest you read Margarita Nights first, though this could work as a stand alone as it's strength lies in characterisation. Over the next few days, while serving cocktails, Sherri learns that Gina's murder was not unique. The volatile interaction between Sherri and her in-laws and the depiction of the bar scenes and its upper crust characters are simply hilarious. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, As the second in Phyllis Smallman's mystery series about bartender Sherri Travis, we return to Jacaranda just a few months after the events of Margarita Nights. Sex in a Sidecar is an entertaining, light read with plenty to recommend it as an amatuer sleuth mystery series. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, Bunny, is too similar to ignore.

The novel provides a decent mystery but it lacks cohesiveness in its plotting, it is all over the place It was time to move inland, ride the storm out and apply her trade at the Bath and Tennis Club, a ritzy hangout for the rich and famous. This sequel to "Margarita Nights" has Sherri fighting to survive hurricane Myrna now battling the west coast of Florida and threatening to obliterate everything in its path. If you read and enjoyed the first novel, you will also enjoy this one. The characterization is colorful; some are a tad annoying and far fetched. The volatile interaction between Sherri and her in-laws and the depiction of the bar scenes and its upper crust characters are simply hilarious. Sherri is struggling with her independent nature, trying to build a relationship with Clay and recover from the murder of her childhood sweetheart. As a hurricane bears down on the coastal town, Sherri finds herself embroiled in another brutal murder. The author's description of Mother Nature and all her fury attacking the Florida coast is especially well done, not an envious situation to be in. Her romance with Clay is equally complicated, but his character lacks depth so it's hard to invest in it. A refreshing break one can take between other genre and zip throw them in just a few hours. The pacing is much improved from Margarita Nights with some chilling and tense moments as Sherri is stalked by the murderer. Sidecar sex



The author's description of Mother Nature and all her fury attacking the Florida coast is especially well done, not an envious situation to be in. Over the next few days, while serving cocktails, Sherri learns that Gina's murder was not unique. Sherri is struggling with her independent nature, trying to build a relationship with Clay and recover from the murder of her childhood sweetheart. She fights to keep the drinking establishment she works at open as long as possible but when a patron Gina Ross is murdere Book 2 in the Sherri Travis Mystery The Sherri Travis Mysteries are fun to read, light with no fuss about them. Her romance with Clay is equally complicated, but his character lacks depth so it's hard to invest in it. The mystery is perhaps not as cohesive with possibly too many suspects introduced but it is still interesting and the resolution is well handled. The novel provides a decent mystery but it lacks cohesiveness in its plotting, it is all over the place I'd suggest you read Margarita Nights first, though this could work as a stand alone as it's strength lies in characterisation. The volatile interaction between Sherri and her in-laws and the depiction of the bar scenes and its upper crust characters are simply hilarious. Nothing like a serial killer on the loose and a bartender with big ears playing detective It was time to move inland, ride the storm out and apply her trade at the Bath and Tennis Club, a ritzy hangout for the rich and famous. This sequel to "Margarita Nights" has Sherri fighting to survive hurricane Myrna now battling the west coast of Florida and threatening to obliterate everything in its path. A lethal brew if there ever was one The pacing is much improved from Margarita Nights with some chilling and tense moments as Sherri is stalked by the murderer. Gina's sister was also recently murdered and the circumstances of her death were similar to the murder of tourist Bunny Lehre. As a hurricane bears down on the coastal town, Sherri finds herself embroiled in another brutal murder. If you read and enjoyed the first novel, you will also enjoy this one. I like Smallman's style of writing, it's accessible with a sense of humor. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, Bunny, is too similar to ignore. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, As the second in Phyllis Smallman's mystery series about bartender Sherri Travis, we return to Jacaranda just a few months after the events of Margarita Nights. Sex in a Sidecar is an entertaining, light read with plenty to recommend it as an amatuer sleuth mystery series.

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Smallman has created a complicated protagonist who is easy to relate to, Sherri is a flawed character and emminently likeable for that. Sex in a Sidecar is an entertaining, light read with plenty to recommend it as an amatuer sleuth mystery series. The pacing is much improved from Margarita Nights with some chilling and tense moments as Sherri is stalked by the murderer. The characterization is colorful; some are a tad annoying and far fetched. The mystery is perhaps not as cohesive with possibly too many suspects introduced but it is still interesting and the resolution is well handled. If you read and enjoyed the first novel, you will also enjoy this one. A lot of her character history is established in Margarita Nights and I think that background is important in understanding her motivations and relationships in this book. Sherri is struggling with her independent nature, trying to build a relationship with Clay and recover from the murder of her childhood sweetheart. She fights to keep the drinking establishment she works at open as long as possible but when a patron Gina Ross is murdered and Sherri discovers her lifeless body, skull crushed and laid out in crucifixion fashion, a decision had to be made. She fights to keep the drinking establishment she works at open as long as possible but when a patron Gina Ross is murdere Book 2 in the Sherri Travis Mystery The Sherri Travis Mysteries are fun to read, light with no fuss about them. A refreshing break one can take between other genre and zip throw them in just a few hours. The volatile interaction between Sherri and her in-laws and the depiction of the bar scenes and its upper crust characters are simply hilarious. This sequel to "Margarita Nights" has Sherri fighting to survive hurricane Myrna now battling the west coast of Florida and threatening to obliterate everything in its path. Gina's sister was also recently murdered and the circumstances of her death were similar to the murder of tourist Bunny Lehre. A lethal brew if there ever was one The author's description of Mother Nature and all her fury attacking the Florida coast is especially well done, not an envious situation to be in. I'd suggest you read Margarita Nights first, though this could work as a stand alone as it's strength lies in characterisation. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, Bunny, is too similar to ignore. As a hurricane bears down on the coastal town, Sherri finds herself embroiled in another brutal murder. The novel provides a decent mystery but it lacks cohesiveness in its plotting, it is all over the place Her romance with Clay is equally complicated, but his character lacks depth so it's hard to invest in it. I like Smallman's style of writing, it's accessible with a sense of humor. The narration is crude and simple at times to highlight the personality of the characters. Over the next few days, while serving cocktails, Sherri learns that Gina's murder was not unique. It was time to move inland, ride the storm out and apply her trade at the Bath and Tennis Club, a ritzy hangout for the rich and famous. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, As the second in Phyllis Smallman's mystery series about bartender Sherri Travis, we return to Jacaranda just a few months after the events of Margarita Nights. Nothing like a serial killer on the loose and a bartender with big ears playing detective

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I'd suggest you read Margarita Nights first, though this could work as a stand alone as it's strength lies in characterisation. This sequel to "Margarita Nights" has Sherri fighting to survive hurricane Myrna now battling the west coast of Florida and threatening to obliterate everything in its path. A lethal brew if there ever was one A lot of her character history is established in Margarita Nights and I think that background is important in understanding her motivations and relationships in this book. The author's description of Mother Nature and all her fury attacking the Florida coast is especially well done, not an envious situation to be in. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, Bunny, is too similar to ignore. The mystery is perhaps not as cohesive with possibly too many suspects introduced but it is still interesting and the resolution is well handled. Gina's sister was also recently murdered and the circumstances of her death were similar to the murder of tourist Bunny Lehre. The characterization is colorful; some are a tad annoying and far fetched. Tending bar at the Sunset, Sherri hears more than a few secrets and when Gina confesses that she is on the trail of her sister's murderer, the circumstances of the recent death of socialite, As the second in Phyllis Smallman's mystery series about bartender Sherri Travis, we return to Jacaranda just a few months after the events of Margarita Nights. Her romance with Clay is equally complicated, but his character lacks depth so it's hard to invest in it. The pacing is much improved from Margarita Nights with some chilling and tense moments as Sherri is stalked by the murderer. Over the next few days, while serving cocktails, Sherri learns that Gina's murder was not unique. Nothing like a serial killer on the loose and a bartender with big ears playing detective A refreshing break one can take between other genre and zip throw them in just a few hours. She fights to keep the drinking establishment she works at open as long as possible but when a patron Gina Ross is murdere Book 2 in the Sherri Travis Mystery The Sherri Travis Mysteries are fun to read, light with no fuss about them. Sex in a Sidecar is an entertaining, light read with plenty to recommend it as an amatuer sleuth mystery series. The narration is crude and simple at times to highlight the personality of the characters. Sherri is struggling with her independent nature, trying to build a relationship with Clay and recover from the murder of her childhood sweetheart. It was time to move inland, ride the storm out and apply her trade at the Bath and Tennis Club, a ritzy hangout for the rich and famous. Smallman has created a complicated protagonist who is easy to relate to, Sherri is a flawed character and emminently likeable for that. The volatile interaction between Sherri and her in-laws and the depiction of the bar scenes and its upper crust characters are simply hilarious. The novel provides a decent mystery but it lacks cohesiveness in its plotting, it is all over the place I like Smallman's style of writing, it's accessible with a sense of humor. She fights to keep the drinking establishment she works at open as long as possible but when a patron Gina Ross is murdered and Sherri discovers her lifeless body, skull crushed and laid out in crucifixion fashion, a decision had to be made. If you read and enjoyed the first novel, you will also enjoy this one.

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  2. As a hurricane bears down on the coastal town, Sherri finds herself embroiled in another brutal murder. She fights to keep the drinking establishment she works at open as long as possible but when a patron Gina Ross is murdered and Sherri discovers her lifeless body, skull crushed and laid out in crucifixion fashion, a decision had to be made.

  3. A lot of her character history is established in Margarita Nights and I think that background is important in understanding her motivations and relationships in this book. The narration is crude and simple at times to highlight the personality of the characters. A lethal brew if there ever was one

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