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Fun on the run with Wendy Darlin and her Roger Jolly. Each hysterical novel in the series is an easy stand-alone, but the hilarity multiplies exponentially as you stack up the puns and innuendoes by reading more of them. Here they are on the hunt for the last Lost Boy as commissioned by Benny Hanna. There is lots more going on, but no spoilers here! Whenever you have too much stress, just grab one of the Wendy Darlin series and laugh yourself silly. ( )
  jetangen4571 | Apr 16, 2016 |
Wendy and Roger of the "Johnny Depp eyes" are back in the sequel to Wendy and the Lost Boys, hitting the ground running, trying to find that elusive last lost boy. This adventure finds Wendy rushing off to London to help retrieve the artifact and hopefully spend some time with Roger. Of course, nothing is ever that easy for our favorite real estate agent turned artifact hunter. She runs into a charming client of Roger's, his psychotic wanna-be girlfriend,two bumbling idiots trying to kidnap her (what else is new?) and some old friends from the last book even show up to add to the fun. Soon there is a whole group of people chasing all over London and chasing Wendy to find that last lost boy. Barbara Silkstone has again written a book that is fast-paced, witty and filled with scenes to make you laugh so loud you had better be careful where you read this at! Wendy is a great character and the one-liners just keep coming. Again, I hope there are more adventures to come with Wendy and Roger--they make a wondeful pair! ( )
  Mary.Endersbe | Dec 21, 2012 |
Ah, another Silkstone classic. London Broil continues the saga of Wendy Darlin, real-estate broker turned adventurer. After surviving Wendy and the Lost Boys, our lovable heroine is pulled back into the action-packed fringes of antiques. Who's on the up and up? Who's in it for the money? Who just likes to steal priceless artifacts? Barbara Silkstone will keep you guessing while at the same time tickling your funny bone. If you read and liked Wendy or Alice, this MUST be added to your TBR list. If you haven't read them, why not? :)

Congrats on another stellar novel, Barbara. Keep them coming! ( )
  slarsoncollins | Dec 8, 2011 |
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