Lowcountry Bombshell

A Liz Talbot Mystery, #2

By Susan M. Boyer

Private Investigator Liz Talbot is back in this second book. We met her in Lowcountry Boil, the first book in this series. This book is just as much fun, if not more.

There are the two men in Liz’s life. Liz remains close to her brother, Blake, the Chief of Police in their hometown.  She is now in a partnership with another private investigator, Nate, and their relationship is growing.
Liz has a very unique client. Calista McQueen is a dead-ringer for Marilyn Monroe. Her entire life mirrors Marilyn in many ways. She is a widowed lottery winner, who is being stalked. here are millions of dollars at stake that could be the reason for threats on Calista’s life.

When Calista’s personal psychic is murdered, things really heat up. Liz is determined to solve the mystery and protect Calista. Her own deceased friend, Colleen, watches over Liz. This adds a paranormal element, and also some interesting situations. 

The book is very entertaining, filled with southern charm. This is a mixture of romance, humour and mystery. The story will keep you guessing until the end, and then you will be left wondering what will happen in the next book.

9 thoughts on “Lowcountry Bombshell

  1. Hi, McGuffy Ann! I'm so happy you enjoyed Lowcountry Bombshell, and the first book in the series, Lowcountry Boil! Thank you for reading and for your lovely reviews! Your kind words are deeply appreciated.

    I'm thrilled to see these fabulous comments from your readers who have expresed interest as well–thank you all so much!

    My best,



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