■ REVIEW: Motor Mouth
Second in series as fun as the first

Alexandra Barnaby (better known to her friends as Barney) and race-car driver Sam Hooker are back in a new novel that follows on from the best-selling Metro Girl.

Barney is now Sam’s raceday spotter and during the final race of the season she spots something going on in the infield that will change her life — things that will lead to a stolen race car hauler, a kidnapped pooch, a bizarre murder some restless nights with a reunion with one of the most colourful characters from the last book, cigar roller Rosa Florez.

This action-packed book has all the pace and humour of the last story. Even if you haven’t read the first book, you’ll still enjoy this one.

Motor Mouth, by Janet Evanovich (HarperCollins, $34.99)

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