BUBBLES IN TROUBLE by SARAH STROHMEYER
New York Times bestselling author Susan Andersen called
Bubbles Unbound "rollicking good fun. Bubbles rocks!" The
Houston Chronicle praised it as "riotous...a strong debut."
And award-winning author Carolyn Hart crowned it "fizzy as
bicarb, funny as Evanovich...should bubble right to the top
of the bestseller lists." Now the spandex-wearing, cleavage-
baring hairstylist-cum-journalist and sleuth from Lehigh,
Pennsylvania, returns in another wacky, wisecracking
mystery that offers a few priceless beauty tips along the
New troubles for Bubbles: Her friend, bride-to-be Janice,
never showed up at the altar, and everybody's blaming
Bubbles for singing Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird" at the
bachelorette party the night before. Now Bubbles has just
found Janice's uncle Elwood dead on his bathroom floor-his
skull bashed in and his Rolls Royce missing. The baffling
murder could be her Big Break as Bubbles goes deep
undercover in Whoopee, Pennsylvania (located between
Intercourse and Paradise) as a "plain girl from Ohio"
boarding with a local Amish family. That means no spandex,
no showers, and...no makeup. When she's not helping out on
the farm, Bubbles searches for clues-with the usual
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