Bubbles All the Way

Bubbles All the Way

Paperback - 2006
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The Agatha Award-winning series returns with a new tale of suspicions, steel-town secrets, and homicide by hair product.

For years the local ladies of Lehigh, Pennsylvania, have wished aloud that Debbie Shatsky would meet an untimely end-so they could get their hands on Phil Shatsky, sports-hating, dinner-cooking, massage-giving husband extraordinaire. But when Debbie gets hair extensions at the House of Beauty and dies from a reaction to the glue, it's salon owner Sandy who gets the blame. Her best friend Bubbles Yablonsky, reporter and sleuth, is determined to investigate-despite distractions from the two men in her life. And from a mysterious Santa Claus, who warns Bubbles not to cry, not to pout and not to scream...when he tries to kill her.

Publisher: New York : New American Library, 2006.
ISBN: 9780451412270
Characteristics: 341 pages ;,18 cm.


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Jun 03, 2018

The WTF ending on a improbable plot was the reason I stopped reading author since 2007. There was no hint or foreshadowing of Bubbles' real identity.

Jun 23, 2010

If you like Stephanie Plum, the first three Bubbles books are for you. But stop there. The 4th (and last) book of the series makes zero sense and completely departs from the rest of the series.

Jan 03, 2010

Last book in the Bubbles series. Alas, I can only give it two stars. The author took the book in a completely different direction which led to an ending that made no sense. The whole series would have had to lead up to this as a whole. The events in all the other books did not even hint at the ending of this one. I am sorry Sarah Strohmeyer, but my daughter and I were quite disappointed in the direction you chose to take the finale of the series on a suggestion from your friend. None of the books even hinted at Bubbles being royalty or Stilleto working for Interpol. If he did he was not a very good agent at keeping an eye on Bubbles since he always showed up after the fact. I usually never critique a book I do not like. However, the rest of the series was so amazingly good. I felt I had to critique this one.

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