This week I'm featuring the latest installment in the Sylvia Stryker Space Case mysteries - Saturn Night Fever by Diane Vallere. This cozy mystery series is set in space and I'm loving it! It's so much fun and each book keeps getting better and better.
About the Book
Sylvia Stryker has found her footing in the Moon Unit Corporation--but it’ll take more than fancy dance moves to stay alive on this rescue mission to Saturn from national bestselling author Diane Vallere…
When amateur space sleuth Sylvia Stryker discovers details of her defense instructor's murder hidden inside her robot cat, she sets off on a new adventure that puts her on the wrong side of the rules. Good thing Neptune, the head of security for Moon Unit Corporation, is on her side this time! With his help, she hijacks a spaceship, assembles a crew, and takes on space pirates. But there’s more to this trek than expected and Sylvia’s focus on solving her friend’s murder might lead her into a trap. Between the truth and the lies is a galaxy of questions that lead to an unexpected answer.
When Neptune said I fought like a girl, I did the only respectable thing. I hit him.
Friday 56 (57% on my Kindle)
Termination didn't mean losing his job. Termination was a fancy word for government-sanctioned murder.
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This sounds so cool! I've never seen an amateur slueth in a space science fiction before. I'll definitely look this one up.ReplyDelete
It's so much fun and super unique! Thanks for coming by, Louise! Hope you have a great weekend! :)Delete
I have to read this series! It combines two of my favorite things - science fiction and mysteries. This week I am featuring A Crafter Knits a Clue by Holly Quinn from my review stack. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
I think you'll really like it. It's so different from all the other cozies out there right now which is probably one of the reasons why I love it so much. Thanks for stopping by, Kathy! Hope you have an awesome weekend! :)Delete
LOL @ the title and beginning. Like the intriguing 56 too! Sounds like a great read! I'm grateful for your weekly participation. Happy Canadian Thanksgiving weekend!ReplyDelete
Thank you for hosting this meme, Freda, and for visiting my blog every week! I love participating in it and discovering all the different books everyone is reading! Happy weekend! :)Delete
Hope this one lives up to the rest of the series for you. Happy Reading.ReplyDelete
I think it might be the best one in the series! Thanks for stopping by, Nicki! Have a great weekend! :)Delete
I love the title. It reminds me of an old favorite movie, Saturday Night Fever. think I'd better listen to the music...Ha!ReplyDelete
The title is so clever! Thanks for coming by, Anne! Hope you have an awesome weekend! :)Delete
I think I'm going to have to give this a try. :)ReplyDelete
Lauren @ Always Me
Yay! It's such a fun series! Thanks for visiting, Lauren! Hope you have a great week! :)Delete