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Body doubles, dead bodies, and hot bodies abound.... Wait, what?

The Wall Street Journal best-selling author Larissa Reinhart presents the Silver Falchion finalist for best cozy mystery and Reader's Choice awards, the second in the snappy, sassy, and sexy Maizie Albright Star Detective romantic comedy mysteries. 

"A mixture of adventure, mystery, and romcom. So like Hollywood, you'll never figure out what is real and what is make-believe until you reach the end." (Laura's Interests)

#StillAWannabeDetective 

In continuing her career-makeover quest as a for-real detective, ex-teen and reality star Maizie Albright has a big learning curve to overcome. A sleuthing background starring in a TV show - Julia Pinkerton, Teen Detective - does not cut the real-life mustard. It doesn't even buy her lunch, let alone extra condiments. Her chosen mentor, Wyatt Nash of Nash Security Solutions, is not a willing teacher. He'd rather stick Maizie with a safe desk job and handle the security solution-ing himself. But Maizie's got other plans to help Nash. First, win Nash's trust. Second, his heart.

Wait, not his heart. His respect. His hearty respect.

So when a major movie producer needs a babysitter for his hot mess starlet, Maizie eagerly takes the job. But when her starlet appears dead and then not dead, Maizie's got more than an actress to watch and a missing corpse to find. Body doubles, dead bodies, and hot bodies abound when the big screen, small screen, and silent screams collide. Maizie's on the job, on the skids, and on thin ice, hunting a killer who may be a celebrity stalker. And Maizie just might be the next celebrity who gets snuffed.

"I love seeing Maizie grow as a character, and I absolutely adore the behind-the-scenes glimpses into celebrity culture. I encourage readers to delve into this lively, funny, and genuinely satisfying series." (King's River Life Magazine)

©2017 Larissa Reinhart (P)2020 Larissa Reinhart

What listeners say about 16 Millimeters: A Maizie Albright Humorous Romantic Mystery

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A Fun Cozy Mystery

16 Millimeters is the second book in Larissa Reinhart's Maizie Albright series and it's just as fun as 15 Minutes! I listened to the audio book which is narrated by Joan Dukore. She has done a terrific job bringing Maizie to life as well as the entire cast!

Maizie has been doing routine office work at Nash Security Solutions when she's approached by Leonard Chapelton who is a movie producer looking for someone to look after his leading lady, Cambria. Maizie had worked with "Cam Cam" on Julia Pinkerton, Teen Detective so she's the perfect person to watch over her without Cam Cam knowing she's being watched. But when Maizie shows up at the hotel room, something's not right and the job turned into more than just babysitting. Nash gets involved so things get complicated with them. Then as things progress she's being told she's been seen at places where she hasn't been and what really happened to Cambria?

If you want a fun read with suspense, a bit of romance and a lot of laughs, 16 Millimeters is the right choice!

Thank you Larissa Reinhart for the opportunity to listen to your book!

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Funny and light-hearted mystery

I’ve listened to the audible versions of Larissa Reinhart’s Cherry Tucker series and love them. So, I was excited to see this series on Audible. In this book, Maizie gets the opportunity to use what she’s learned from past mistakes when she’s hired to babysit a former colleague from her childhood movie star days. As Maizie attempts to keep her former colleague out of trouble, trouble finds Maizie and Maizie finds a body or two or three.
I love the quirky cast of characters and I’m impressed with character development of Maizie and all of the former roles she’s played that she uses as resources to help her navigate through the sticky situations she finds herself in.
I found myself sucked into the story and listened to most of it in one day. It kept my attention and I found myself laughing several times. I needed to know what happened next and downloaded the next title as soon as I finished.
Joan Dukore is a new narrator for me and I thought she did an excellent job.
I received a copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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A fun and intriguing cozy mystery series!

16 Millimeters is a fun cozy mystery series with interesting characters, a little romance, and an intriguing mystery. The mystery in this book is unique. Maizie was an actress but she had to give it up and is now living with her father, stepmother, and little sister. She wants to train to be a private investigator so she is working with Nash and there is a little chemistry between them. This all provides some humor. A movie is being shot in town and Maizie knows the lead actress, Cambria, who is getting bad publicity. The movie producer hires Maizie and Nash to watch Cambria so she behaves. Odd things start happening to Maizie and she sees things someone doesn't want her to see. I was intrigued and wasn't sure about anything. This was a very enjoyable cozy mystery. I requested and received the audiobook from the author for an honest review.

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Maize Babysits a Hot Mess Star

This is an excellent rom-com with a solid mystery as the backdrop. Maizie is endearing with her secret thoughts, "No need for Leonard to be a lot in touch," and Maizie's supporting characters are colorful and well-developed. Giulio Belloni (yes, think Oscar Meyer here) is outrageous, exacerbating, and just plain hilarious. Wyatt Nash is as sexy as ever and it is fun watching him try to stay all-buttoned up around "Miss Albright." Please see my full review for this piece in Amazon under the kindle book section.

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Maizie gets better with each book

While her capers continue to put her in sticky situations, Maizie is evolving as a PI. Nash is always in the background to help out but doesn’t always approve of her methods. I love the phrases that Maizie uses, “shizzles” is one of my favorites. The string of dead bodies is somewhat alarming to Maizie but she manages to figure it out in the end. And I love the disguise she chose, you’ll just have to listen to appreciate it.

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Entertaining cozy msytery

Both the author Larissa Reinhart and narrator Joan Dukore are relatively new to me. This was a fun book that I found entertaining. I was intrigued as I followed the clues all the while chuckling as Maizie Albright continues to follow her dream of becoming a private investigator.

Trying to get her reluctant mentor Wyatt Nash to take her seriously, Maizie is frustrated. Nash would prefer she stay behind her desk rather than to allow her to investigate out in the field, but sassy and feisty Maizie has other plans. Not only does she ant him to taker her investigating skills seriously but she wants him to really “see” her.

What happens when it appears Maizie may have become the next target for a crazed stalker? The narrator really brought this book to life for me and did a good job keeping me entertained. This was a a book filled with a fun, intrigue and suspense which kept me riveted as I listened to this story.


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Not just a star detective but also a star book

I enjoyed this book, in fact I have loved the while series so far and can't wait for the next book. The characters are what makes it such a great series, as they are all love able but I really I loved the way Maizie draws on her acting experience to get out of difficult situations. It is such an unusual job for the main character, coming from an acting background, that the series stands out as a must listen too series and also because it's a lot of fun. The mystery was good, with a high body count which added humour to the plot, just how many bodies can one person find? And with a number of suspects the story kept you guessing until the end. The family life also spiced up the plot, especially Maizie mothers interfering in her life. Looking forward to the next case.
Maizie wants to get out of the office and away from filing to learn how to become a private detective but when she lands her first client she gets more than she bargains for. She is hired to shadow an old acting friend and keep her out of trouble. When she discovers her dead body by peeking in her window before she even starts work Maizie does the right thing and calls her boss and the police but is at a loss to explain where the body has gone and why the starlet is waiting in the dinning room for her. What did Maizie really see? And just what was going on in the bedroom with all the cameras? Maizie feels like she has let her boss down in front of his policeman friend and sets out to find out the answers. The problem is every time she thinks she know what is going on she finds a body, its just not the missing one. Is life really this complicated? As a teenage detective Maizie usually solved each of her cases in a single episode. Or is it just because her mother wants her to come back to the acting life and keeps interfering? Can she solve the deaths and keep the starlet out of trouble?
I really like the narrator. She puts a lot of emotion into the telling that the story really comes to life with each word she speaks.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.