The Big Interview, Book 2 in the Stella Reynolds Mystery Series

The Big Interview, Book 2 in the Stella Reynolds Mystery Series

by Libby Kirsch

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Stella's Saga Continues!

The perfect book for fans of the laugh-out-loud lines in Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series combined with the who-done-it page turning style of a Sue Grafton mystery.

TV reporter Stella Reynolds signs with a new station, excited to move to a bigger city for a better job. When she arrives in Bristol, Virginia, though, she finds a sexist, mean boss, unfriendly coworkers, and a town in love with a sport she's never even watched--NASCAR!

Before she can unpack her bags, Stella is drawn into an investigation when a driver is killed in a fiery wreck on the track.

Experts call his death a tragedy, but Stella has insider information that the accident is anything but.

With a slippery ex-fiancee, an angry father, and a nosy neighbor, you'll be laughing on one page and gasping on the next. If all goes according to plan, the facts will be revealed during an epic live Big Interview. But when does anything ever go according to plan?

The Big Interview is a standalone book in the Stella Reynolds Mystery Series. If you like a great mystery peppered with laugh out loud moments and cringe-worthy catastrophes, Libby Kirsch's The Big Interview is for you.

Buy Libby Kirsch's book today, and see how the final big interview goes down when the cameras go live.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156710829
Publisher: Sunnyside Press NY
Publication date: 03/31/2016
Series: Stella Reynolds Mystery Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 282
Sales rank: 280,983
File size: 566 KB

About the Author

Libby Kirsch is an Emmy award-winning journalist, with over ten years experience working in TV newsrooms of all sizes. She draws on her rich history of making embarrassing mistakes on live TV, and is happy to finally indulge her creative writing side instead of always having to stick to the facts.

Libby grew up in Columbus, Ohio and now lives with her husband and children in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Yes, Thanksgiving weekend* at her house is tense.

*Also known as college football rivalry weekend.

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The Big Interview, Book 2 in the Stella Reynolds Mystery Series 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoy this author! Great charcters. Anxiously awaiting the next in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The 1st book in the series started badly, but improved rapidly. This one tries too hard from the start to blend quirky silliness with a top-drawer mystery (shades of the 1st 'Stephanie Plum' book) and winds up a hot mess.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the characters in this book! I couldn't put it down...had to stay up to finish to see what happened! Great read....I recommend it highly!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
VERY ENJOYABLE I read the books in order and it was wonderful to see Stella' growth in a new market. I enjoyed both books and I knew nothing about the background area of live TV news.
The_Brats More than 1 year ago
Stella Reynolds moves from her small TV station in Bozeman, MT to a larger station in Bristol, TN. Unfortunately, when she gets there, she takes an immediate dislike to her new boss, Keith Howard, who is an abrasive jerk. While getting a tour of the town with a cameraman, Billy Joe, she winds up at the Speedway in Bristol where she meets Lucky Haskins, a famous NASCAR driver. They seem to hit it off pretty well and Stella ends up renting an apartment from him. A few days later, Lucky is in Taladega for a NASCAR race and duing a qualifying run, his car goes out of control, resulting in an explosion and fire that nobody could possibly survive. But was it really an accident? Several people who were watching the monitor insist that something looks wrong, but can't say exactly what for certain. When Lucky suddenly shows up at Stella's apartment, she doesn't know what to think. To make matters worse, nobody can find Jim Cruisner, Lucky's Pit Crew Chief. Stella manages to get Keith to send her to the Taladega Raceway, ostensibly for an interview with Jim. Then a second body is discovered at the Raceway. Can Stella pull everything together and solve the mystery before her big interview on Live TV? I received a free copy of this book and elected to provide this review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Liked the first book, but this second one is not worth finishing
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
not quite as good as the first book, The Big Lead. There are a lot of characters to keep track of and the plot has a few too many complicated details. Still, it is a fun read. Also, it's a small thing but I disliked the author's repeated used of the word "snickered" and "smirked". One is a disrespectful laugh and the other an irritatingly smug, conceited smile. Not appropriately used in the context of the story--makes the main character less likeable. They show up again in her sample for Book 3.