Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Book Review: Targets in Ties by Tristi Pinkston & Giveaway

Targets in Ties by Tristi Pinkston

 After two long years, Ren's mission is finally over, and it's time for Ida Mae, Arlette, and Tansy to travel to Mexico to pick him up. They have their itinerary all planned out visiting the ruins in the Yucatan, shopping, playing in the sand and surf and then they'll head to Ren's mission home and be reunited with that dear boy. But a wanted antiquities thief crosses their path, and soon the ladies find themselves tangled up in a web of lies, intrigue, and costly jewelry. Held hostage by men desperate for riches, they do what only they can do keep their heads about them, plan their escape, and discuss the proper making of tortillas. Will they survive their most harrowing adventure yet?


My Review

This is my favorite of the Secret Sisters mysteries so far. Can I just say that I feel bad for the villains who think they can outsmart Ida Mae? Those poor pitiful morons. They should know that with age comes respect, wisdom, and a whole lotta sass - at least in the case of Ida Mae, Tansy, and Arlette! And with as old as these chicks are, they've accumulated quite a bit of sass! A great read for cozy mystery lovers!

You can purchase Targets in Ties at any local book store or click below to order it from Amazon.



Giveaway

Leave a comment on this blog post, and go visit Tristi's blog at http://www.tristipinkston.blogspot.com and become a follower.  You will then be entered to win this fun scrapbooking pack, including paper, tags, two decals, and metal tag frames. You have until midnight Mountain time on March 3rd to enter to win.

4 comments:

Vojalyn said...

Oh, thank you for the great review and for the giveaway!
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Ann T. said...

Oh yes, sass they do have!

Debby said...

I have not read any of these. Great reviews.
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Tristi Pinkston said...

Thanks for your review, Danyelle! I'm glad you enjoyed the book.

Review Disclaimer: Sometimes a book I review has been sent to me for free by a publisher or an author. This in no way effects my review, which is my own opinion about whether the book was a good read for me, fit my tastes, and if I would recommend it to others. Other than possibly a free book, I am not compensated in any way for posting a review.