Maxx's quest is complicated by a rooster with personality to spare and by her old boyfriend Sandy, who's determined to win her back. Got No Friend Anyhow showcases Maxx's blues-babe wardrobe, her tenderhearted toughness, and her eccentric band mates. In classic whodunit style, it takes the reader on a ride that keeps pages turning all the way to a dramatic and unexpected climax.
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Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Even better than the first book, "My Sweet Man is Gone". It's not often that series get better as they go on, but Peggy Ehrhart has succeeded. I loved the characters, the locale, the mystery, and the music. I loved it all.
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And can't wait for more. The second in the series featuring the beautiful but down-on-her-luck blues singer Maxx Maxwell whose penchant for picking bad boyfriends has, once again, left her without one.
This time though, her latest love interest is dead! Ehrhart does a terrific job keeping the reader guessing right to the end.
With several suspicious characters that have motive and opportunity, quirky band mates, and a rooster-in-mourning, it's easy to get swept up in this riveting plot! Elizabeth "Maxx" Maxwell loves singing the blues with her new band Maxximum Blues but when the producer of her band's demo CD turns up dead, Maxx begins an investigation of her own to clear his name and find his killer.
As Maxx wades through the array of suspects and unsavory characters to find Rick's killer, she must do so while dodging bullets.
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Can Maxx find Rick's killer before the killer finds her? Ehrhart pens her Maxx Maxwell mysteries in the first-person narrative so that the reader can experience first-hand what it's like to be in the middle of the action; to feel like they are inside Maxx's head, experiencing all the emotions and excitement that Maxx is feeling, and seeing exactly what Maxx is seeing. But Ehrhart's real talent lies in her descriptive prose which, not only sets the scene for Maxx's surroundings but are so filled with detail that the reader is immediately transported into every dangerous, suspenseful situation in which Maxx finds herself.
With all the adrenaline pumping thrills of a high speed chase, Got No Friend Anyhow is a good old fashion mystery that will keep you entertained right to the end. She runs into some eccentric people that have connections to Rick and some of them are dangerous as Maxx soon finds out.
Maxx is just a great character, the book is fast-paced, and a very enjoyable read. Elaine rated it liked it Feb 23, BooksNJ added it Apr 02, Miller added it Feb 09, Susan Gottfried marked it as to-read Dec 05, Jo Anne marked it as to-read Aug 29, Kelly marked it as to-read Feb 02, Sherry Cockerham marked it as to-read Feb 18, Jeanna Massman marked it as to-read Apr 08, Mick Loves Books marked it as to-read Apr 09, Abn marked it as to-read Apr 23, Linda May marked it as to-read Apr 29, Ellen marked it as to-read Aug 01, Karen marked it as to-read May 17, Susan Gottfried marked it as to-read Feb 09, Kelly marked it as to-read Feb 18, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
She was furtively lifting the cuff of her jacket to check her watch. She emerged in a few minutes, carrying not a coffee pot but a pistol, which she calmly aimed at her sister. She heaved herself to her feet, lurched toward Jane, and grabbed for the pistol.
But Jane held on, Sylvia panting and turning red as she grappled and tugged. The pistol twisted this way and that, pointing now at Sylvia, now at Jane. The pistol fired with a sudden crack, and Jane sagged to the floor. She twitched and flopped onto her side.
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An odd sound, like gargling, came from deep in her throat. For a second, Sylvia froze, her mouth twisting into a grimace. At that moment, there was a sharp knock at the door.