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Not your typical cold case.

Photographer Wendy Fairmont is excited to book a gig at a child's birthday party. But when Mr. Squishy is found frozen to death in her parents' freezer, all signs point to the lodge's housekeeper. It's up to Wendy to sort through the suspects and clear her friend's name.

Meanwhile, she has her own family drama to deal with. She and her estranged brother have old business to sort out. And what about Jake? Can she make room for a new romance, or will she shut him out? The sheriff is busy with a movie crew in town, but not too busy to harass Wendy.   

Freeze Frame is the second book in the Killer Shots Mysteries. It's another fun, flirty, and snarky puzzle by Lisa B. Thomas, author of the Maycroft Mystery Series.

©2018 Lisa B. Thomas (P)2019 Lisa B. Thomas

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Loved this story

What a story! Beware it has a clown, er drunk clown that is. Wendy is on the case to solve the murder. I loved the humor and snarkiness from the author that was well written in the story. I also enjoyed how the narrator delivered on each character. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Fun book

Love this series can’t wait for the next one. Love the main character she fun and interesting you don’t get tired of her. I wish there had been more of the ex FBI guy hope there more in the next book.

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Better than the first book

I liked this one better than the first installment and I can't wait to listen to the next book in the trilogy. I liked the narrator as well. She does a good job at bringing the pages to life. I would listen to anything she reads. I am sure others will enjoy this book and series as well. I look forward to finding more books to listen to or read by this author.

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Loved the story but

Second book so I know the main characters by now. But our photographer seem to have grown....unpleasant for someone reason? I thought she was spirited and independent, but all that talk bout weight issues and negative views of rich people just wasn't to my taste.
There was no romance not that I was looking for one. The mystery was not bad its the actions of Wendy was getting on my nerves. Honestly I need time before I listen to book 3

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Bring in the clowns

Wow, what a story. This author’s work is quickly becoming my favorite. I love the variety she always offers. The birthday party with a drunken clown was superb. It was so much like real life with the bratty kids and snobby parents. Then we have one less clown to clown around because someone has locked him in the freezer. And he’s dead. I never guessed who the killer was. I loved the ending. Seems in the last few paragraphs, the author always throws a small surprise. Made me wonder about the story of one of the characters.

I love the narrator. I couldn’t ask for any better. She really brings the stories to life.

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Loved it.

The story line was pretty good. It kept me entertained throughout the book. I love the cat. I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.


The narrator does an excellent job.

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Great series!

I was given a free copy of this and boy am I glad I was. I never would have tried it otherwise since “photographer” books aren’t my thing, whether family photo-type or newspaper.

Characters are good to one another, friendships make sense, relationships have movement, grow and change at a good speed.

Narrator enjoyable. Sets the right tone for the series—not too serious, not too fluffy.

Happily moving to book 3!

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A good follow up

It was great to see these characters again. I think the redesign of the cover for the audiobook edition was a wonderful choice. The girl on girl hate in this book kept it from being a 5/5 for me. Highly recommend for fans of cozy mystery.

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Good Mystery & Story

Wendy hired to photograph a birthday party. Being held at her parents lodge. A clown was planned, but came drunk and ended up in freezer. The maid had locked to keep the children out. To clear the maid, and her parents lodge, she has her work cut out for her. Good series, a little romance, and family drama with her brother.

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Smile, it's a great book

I really enjoyed this book. This is the second book in the series and can be read or listened to as a standalone book but as both books are a lot of fun, why would you? I just love the characters, especially Wendy and the story is nicely balanced out with her love life, family drama and of course the investigation. I like Wendy's profession, a photographer is a nice change for a cozy mystery and lends itself to many more investigation and situations for Wendy and her friends to find themselves in. The mystery itself was interesting and I liked the way it suddenly took off in a different direction, just when you thought you had the motive. I had sort of guessed who the killer was but only because Wendy hadn't suspected the culprit until the very end. Off to start the next book.
A child's birthday party isn't off to a great start when the entertainer twists his ankle the night before riding his unicycle. His replacement is a drunk clown. It's Wendy's job to take the party photos and help sober him up before he has to perform. But she gets a shock when she meets her estranged brother and loses the clown. The clown is later found dead in the freezer. Was it an accident? The police believe the lodges housekeeper and Wendy's friend locked him in on purpose after an argument earlier in in the day. Wendy knows there is no way she did it by accident, let alone on purpose and with the possibility of her own parents lodge suffering from the fall out she sets out to find the killer. Coulrophobia is a fear of clowns but could somebody really be killing off clowns? Wendy's sort of boyfriend discovers it's not the first time the small town has had problems involving clowns. Is there a connect? The sheriff is too busy running around after a film crew that is in the area to follow up on her clues, so can Wendy find the answers?
I like the narrator and am glad she seems to be the authors narrator of choice for this series. Not only does having the same narrator for each book add continuity to the series but she does a great job and I can't imagine anyone else as Wendy.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request from audiobooksunleashed and have voluntarily left this review.