Books by Sarah Shankman

DIGGING UP MOMMA by Sarah Shankman
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 1, 1998

"Intriguing unanswered questions, though, plus southwestern lore and a high suspense level, save the day."
The seventh in this well-received series (He Was Her Man, 1993, etc.) finds the author's journalist heroine Samantha (Sam) Adams in a state of shock after receiving a letter from the mother she had thought deadkilled, along with Sam's fatherin a plane crash when Sam was just eight. Read full book review >
I STILL MISS MY MAN BUT MY AIM IS GETTING BETTER by Sarah Shankman
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 1, 1996

"A sizzling bull's-eye. (Author tour)"
The author of the well-received series featuring ex-crime reporter Samantha Adams (He Was Her Man, 1993, etc.) hits a mother lode in this story's setting—Nashville—and in a new heroine: up- and-coming songwriter-singer Shelby Kay Tate. Read full book review >
HE WAS HER MAN by Sarah Shankman
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 1, 1993

"A high, wide, and handsome romp—occasionally tinged by melancholy—through a regional subculture brought to vivid life by an author who dares more and gets better with each outing."
Harry Zach, ex-reporter Samantha Adams's boyfriend (The King is Dead, etc.), has done her wrong, so Sam drives from Atlanta to Hot Springs, Arkansas, hoping to soothe her broken heart in the company of old pal Kitty Lee, at a prenuptial party given by mutual friend Jinx Watson. Read full book review >
THE KING IS DEAD by Sarah Shankman
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 1, 1992

"Another rich and racy fun-fest from this gifted writer."
Atlanta crime reporter Samantha Adams and her restaurant-owner boyfriend Harry Zach (She Walks in Beauty, etc.) have arrived in Tupelo, Mississippi, where Harry is competing in the Third International Barbecue Cookoff. Read full book review >
SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY by Sarah Shankman
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 7, 1991

"Rambunctious, overstuffed, and undisciplined, but fun all the way."
Star reporter Samantha Adams's new assignment for the Atlanta Constitution is the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City. Read full book review >