Beneath the Blonde

Beneath the Blonde Siobhan Forrester lead singer of Beneath the Blonde has everything a girl could want stunning body great voice brilliant career loving boyfriend Now she has a stalker too She can cope with the mi

  • Title: Beneath the Blonde
  • Author: Stella Duffy
  • ISBN: 9781852427115
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Paperback
  • Siobhan Forrester, lead singer of Beneath the Blonde, has everything a girl could want stunning body, great voice, brilliant career, loving boyfriend Now she has a stalker too She can cope with the midnight flower deliveries and nasty phone calls, but things really turn sour when intimidation turns to murder Saz Martin, hired to seek out the stalker and protect SiobhaSiobhan Forrester, lead singer of Beneath the Blonde, has everything a girl could want stunning body, great voice, brilliant career, loving boyfriend Now she has a stalker too She can cope with the midnight flower deliveries and nasty phone calls, but things really turn sour when intimidation turns to murder Saz Martin, hired to seek out the stalker and protect Siobhan, embarks on a whirlwind investigation, travelling with the band from London to New Zealand with plenty of stop overs As jobs go, this one shouldn t be too hard, except Siobhan is economic with the truth and Saz isn t sure she wants to keep the relationship strictly business.

    One thought on “Beneath the Blonde”

    1. Would be five stars except for the low key transphobia that crops up at the end via Saz. Siobhan is a sweet ally though and that cheered me a little.Definitely a well crafted story that kept me on the edge of my seat.

    2. I finished beneath the blonde today while my clients were working out at the YMCA. I started to work out but got told to stop cuz I was wearing blue jeans. Oh-well and I just ate a cookie. Stella Duffy is a Lesbian and I mean like old skool Lesbian- Crime writer from London.(I doubt her name is really Stella Duffy). You can read her books in one sitting or if you're me, three. It's easy reading people. The chapters are at most 3 pgs long. Beneath the Blonde is about a band that has a stalker. Yo [...]

    3. Stella Duffy was recommended in the canvas magazine in the NZ herald. I grabbed the first book I could find knowing nothing about the author. I didn't intentionally seek a lesbian thriller, but I did enjoy it. The settings, therefore the language was familiar to me, and I enjoyed the unfolding plot

    4. This was my first Saz Martin book, and it was a good pulpy read. Kind of lesbian exploitational fun: think Bound or Naked Killer. It's no Room of Lost Things -- the only other Duffy I've read so far -- but it was at least a decent tale.

    5. I liked Duffy's non-mystery novels, but her habit of cutting back and forth between her sleuth and the interior monologue of the criminal she is pursuing just doesn't work for me. Alas.

    6. Good thriller, read in 2005 or 2006 sometime.Read for a second time, finishing it 13/03/16.The writer annoyed me quite a bit.

    7. I am enjoying these books more and more in spite of myself. Rather throwaway writing but some great plotting and a really good mystery in this one. Perfect light reading.

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