A Lethal Time by Peggy A. Edelheit
Peggy A. Edelheit
It was so much fun with all of Samantha’s escapades and those of her lovable, zany cohorts getting themselves into all sorts of predicaments!
Lethal Time, a Samantha Jamison Mystery, is volume four in a series that includes The Puzzle, set in Highlands, North Carolina, Without Any Warning, set on the Jersey Shore in Ocean City, New Jersey, and 86 Avenue Du Goulet, set in the French Riviera.
NOW IT’S MOTORCYCLE WEEK, AND THE SERIES CONTINUES…
I was beginning to question a lot, including my sanity for trying to find something I didn’t know anyone would steal in the first place. How did I end up in another complicated mystery involving a motorcycle rally, horses, a hidden collection, antique books, unexpected alliances, extortion, and threats upon my life? And how did I become a target? It was A Lethal Time and my time was running out. What secrets were they all afraid of me discovering?
A Lethal Time has been edited by renowned author and editor, Winslow Eliot.
A Review by J. Trudel:
I was eagerly awaiting the release of the latest book in the Samantha Jamison series, and the wait was certainly worthwhile! It was so much fun with all of Samantha’s escapades and those of her lovable, zany cohorts getting themselves into all sorts of predicaments! I couldn’t put the book down, read late into the night and stole any minutes I could during the day as I sped towards the finish. There were so many twists and turns and the author wove everything into a great ending! I highly recommend this book and you won’t be disappointed!
Can’t wait for the next installment in the Samantha Jamison series and to see where we are going next! Will we need a passport, a driver’s license, a motorcycle license or a horse and buggy?!! Can’t wait!
A Review by Romayne Diucuollo:
Peggy Edelheit did it again. I really enjoyed her latest book, A Lethal Time. It was so nice to have all the characters appear in this book also. I have become attached to them and can picture each one. Love the little escapades they manage
to get themselves into. As with the previous books I thought I could figure out the ending. And just like the other mysteries it ends with all kinds of surprises. Since I find it difficult to put the book down I end up finishing it much too soon.