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The Big Chill: A Sam Smith Mystery (The Sam Smith Mystery Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I also like the way Alan’s character is developing as the series progresses. We knew Sam had issues from the start and we also knew Alan was a nice, compassionate guy. But as the series progresses the author has constructed a strong male character that is willing to take a step back and support Sam in her career decisions because that’s what she needs to grow stronger. Even when doing so causes stress and concern for him personally. I would definitely recommend this book to others and will be moving onto the next...
The pace was fast. In fact, I read it in one sitting. It had a light tone amid the serious themes, which is part of what I love about this series and Sam. The solution to the mystery surprised me with a very satisfying conclusion.
If you are looking for a great mystery series, I highly recommend this. I’ve loved every moment of the first three parts and have no doubt I will feel the same about the rest.
There are also some nice detective-genre tidbits thrown in that are part of the fun of reading this kind of story. I enjoyed learning for instance the ins and outs of tailing a subject’s car in different environments. And did you know that fast drivers are easier to tail? Why you ask? Because they seldom check their rearview mirrors. Lol. I got to find out how many sensors a Beagle has in its nose—what detective worth her salts wouldn’t know the limits of various scent-sniffing dogs?
It’s an oversaturated market when it comes to mysteries, so I get why the author might have to offer the first book free and keep her titles discounted until she gets on people’s radar. But if you like old-fashioned, hard-boiled detective stories with a twist—the twist in this case being a female heroine and private eye—then I’d say give one of these things a try.
You really get to know Sam in this episode. And her romance with the psychologist picks up steam. All of which I enjoyed. I guessed the culprit right away but the cat and mouse of finding out who really did it was fun to read.
I found the story to be a classic who done it. In this case, who shot Sam. It is well written and suspenseful. Howe offers up enough red herrings to keep us guessing. Her characters are lovable and believable. For mystery lovers, here is a whole character and series to keep you delightfully entertained. Enjoy
This story did not disappoint. I love.the character and I love the stories. Howe's books are bright, breezy and short enough to read in a couple of sittings. They are hard to put down.
Sam is investigating herself this time and it provides an interesting twist. Also nice is the continuing and growing relationship with Alan and his daughter Alis.
I am hooked on Sam Smith and I know others will be too.