Friday, February 1, 2013

Review: Double Shot by Cindy Blackburn

Double Shot by Cindy Blackburn is the second book in the “Cue Ball” mystery series. October 2012

Jessie Hewitt thought her pool-hustling days were long gone. But when uber-hunky cop Wilson Rye asks her to go undercover to catch a killer, she jumps at the chance to return to a sleazy poolroom. Jessie is confident she can handle a double homicide, but the doubly-annoying Wilson Rye is another matter altogether. What’s he doing flirting with a woman half his age? Will Jessie have what it takes to deal with Tiffany La-Dee-Doo-Da Sass and solve the murders? Take a guess.

I had a blast reading this delightful story. Jessie and her friends are helping the police by going undercover at a local pool hall. The antics this quirky cast of characters gets into are hilarious and I enjoyed every minute of it. The appearance by her mother had me cracking up and I hope we get to see more of her. This was a terrific read and I can’t wait to start the third book in this exciting series.






1 comment:

  1. I'm not familiar with this series but you've definitely caught my interest.


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