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by Susan on ChrisBirdy.com
Great series

I won this book from goodreads. A great ending to a great series. Loved it

by Abby Darvish on ChrisBirdy.com
5 Stars

I enjoyed this book just as much or perhaps more than the other two. I can't wait to hear it again when it goes into audio.
This was the last of the trilogy and it means no more stories about little Isabella and Bogie which I miss it already,
I give it five stars.

by Betty Phillips on ChrisBirdy.com
Girl in the Red Pajamas

Chris has done it again, leaves you guessing and then gets even better. Can't wait for another book.

by Minnie on ChrisBirdy.com
Read in two days . I couldn't put it down. Stayed up half the night. Kept my interest from beginning to end. Very well written

Well done, Chris Birdy. Thanks for sharing your talent. I look forward to reading more of your books in the future.

by OB Doc on ChrisBirdy.com
and one of the best books I've read this year

Once I picked up this book, I couldn't put it down. It was mesmerizing, fantastically written, and one of the best books I've read this year. I highly recommend it!

by Cathy on ChrisBirdy.com
A Must Read Book

I just read the book and thought it was very interesting. It kept you guessing for awhile and there was a lot going on. Isabella was a handful. I would highly recommend this to anyone.

by REALITY on ChrisBirdy.com
but fantastic. I loved it and my husband did as

It started with a cover, not PG, but fantastic. I loved it and my husband did as well. The book went along with the cover. Very entertaining and pure fun. Definitely, my favorite in that trilogy chain. Easy reading with new twists and happenings. I finished it so quickly....too bad, nothing to read next day. I would recommend it highly, and do not forget the short story at the end. Just wonderful!!

by Lee Gimenez on ChrisBirdy.com
5.0 out of 5 starsAnother exciting mystery novel from Chris Birdy

"The Girl in Red Pajamas" is another good mystery novel in the author's award-winning trilogy. Plenty of suspense, mystery, and action. Chris Birdy, the author of this book, was a private investigator for many years and that experience is evident in the authentic settings and action scenes. I enjoyed the main characters, Bogie McGruder and Bailey, and also enjoyed the snappy dialogue. I look forward to reading more books by this author.

by Curlywings on ChrisBirdy.com
Pretty good and surprisingly funny.

I received an ark for an honest review. Who doesn't love Isabelle!!! She's the most amazing and brilliant little girl ever! I truly enjoy all her antics! The babies stole the show. Also there were moments that I just want to punch Bailey or just hug her and bury Amanda because she was as immature as ever! It was exactly what you expect, drama, action, funny moments and a murder. The only downside of the trilogy it's that I found a few plots unsolved or incomplete. I don't know if the author it's going to do another series based on those characters but by the end I was a little bit discourage. Don't get me wrong it's a great book but it could have been a awesome book. Happy reading!!!

by PMac on ChrisBirdy.com
A Great Read ... I'm sorry the Trilogy is finished.

I read all three of Pajama stories and loved them all. The only problem I had with any of them is ... I couldn't put them down and ended up reading well past my bedtime. The characters all work well together and the twists and turns keep the anticipation high.

Isabella is unique to say the least. I enjoy reading about her outlook on life and observing her antics but I'm glad she's not my little girl. She has an amazing ability to wrap everyone around her tiny little fingers. From the Bogie's immediate family to his extended family to his employees, you'll find an interesting relationship between all of them.

This is a fun and interesting story and worth reading on its own. However, it will mean even more to you after reading the first two books first. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

by P.S. Winn on ChrisBirdy.com
OMG! Grab this book! # # is a winner!

This is the third part of an amazing series. This book can also be read as a stand alone, having said that I highly recommend readers check out the whole series. Chris Birdy does an amazing job with the series and this book also is a must read. Follow Bogie McGruder as his life is once again turned upside down, this time a murder hits close to home, when Delores Peabody is killed and the person accused is Bogie's sister Ann McGruder. The author does a wonderful job with the twists and turns in this mystery and yes, Isabella is back and as rambunctious as ever as she gets ready to turn five. The author knows how to write stories readers pick up and can't put down until the last fascinating page is turned. I read this was the finale of the series, but am looking forward to maybe a new set? I can only hope as an avid fan the books will continue.

by Vinnie Cameron on ChrisBirdy.com
Another great murder mystery - Don't miss it!

Chris Birdy has done it again! She has intertwined a superb murder mystery with a down to earth journey into the lives of a very loving extended family. Isabella is a very lovable character who could steal your heart with one look from her childish blue eyes. She is destined for greatness wherever her life takes her. Bogie McGruder should be knighted for his undying efforts to keep a family, circle of friends and business associates from running their lives off the proverbial rails. And he does this while running a very successful private investigation business in Boston.

Birdy keeps the reader engulfed in the lives of Isabella, Bogie and his wife Bailey by tying together the events that effect their lives. The storylines keep the reader not only entertained but also thinking forward to try and figure out who the real villains are.

From two lesbians duking it out in a fashionable Boston restaurant and one later being murdered to unearthing family secrets in West Virginia to love interests between two unlikely people to justice being served in South Florida, the book takes the reader through several very realistic twists and turns that make you feel you are on location with the characters.

Chris Birdy has authored an incredibly entertaining trilogy that should not be missed for fans of murder mysteries.

by Shaboom on ChrisBirdy.com
This is a must read murder mystery for all

This is a must read murder mystery for all. Definitely read the first (Girl in White Pajamas) to be able to sail thru the second with the characters in hand. Thank you Chris for another enjoyable read!

by Maureen M. on ChrisBirdy.com
Great read!

I'm yet to find a Chris Birdy book that isn't great! It's another page turner!!! I find her books to be an easy read and very enjoyable!

by Lavinyaa Pash on ChrisBirdy.com

While reading this book, having not read Book One (The Girl in The White Pajamas), I was like 'What?' and 'Are you kidding me?' like the whole thing. But after some time I got into the story.

It felt awesome to get into the story because, funny and well-done, The Girl in Black Pajamas is a head-turner. Again, I'll be mentioning the fact that there are so many books that if AWESOMELY promoted, they would have been best-sellers.

I feel so bad sometimes.

Chris Birdy proved himself, with his series, as one of the greatest underrated authors. I truly believe that humanity and the world could have been different if this guy had more exposure. And if the cover was gorgeous.

Anyway, the writing is good. The story is worth the whole read. It's not even a long read, so if you can read it, READ IT! Hardly, anybody will ever meet a read like Chris Birdy's The Girl in Black Pajamas.

by Julie on ChrisBirdy.com

The Girl in the Black Pajamas by Chris Birdy is a 2014 publication. I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This second book in the series begins with the shooting of one of Bogie's men and it's obvious someone has it in for R & B investigations when it comes to light a hacker is trying to break into confidential records. If that weren't enough for Bogie to contend with his twenty year old daughter, Amanda, has not grown up emotionally one iota since we last heard from her. She is spending money faster than the speed of light and expects her father to pony up her property taxes for her. Bailey discovers that even though her second child is not even a year old, she is once again pregnant. But at least we still have Isabella, the charming and precocious child we grew to love in the first book. Once more, the story shifts between Boston and Florida.

This book seems to focus more on Amanda and the pickle she has gotten herself into with her friends. But, with Bogie out of town working to discover who is trying to take down his business, Bailey steps up to the plate and gives Amanda the low down on how to keep her home, her husband and do it without breaking any laws. In the meantime, Bogie is responsible for “Izzy” and well, she's quite a handful. The child has developed a love for the movie “Kill Bill” and has seen it countless times. This theme crops up all throughout the book. I would have liked to have seen a lot more of Isabella than we did and I would have liked the mystery Bogie was working on to have been more in the forefront of the book instead of all the family drama involving Amanda. However, I was relieved to see Amanda finally show some maturity towards the end of the book. She is still just a child in many ways, but, she does know right from wrong and we see her take charge of the mess she created by actually getting a job. Her long suffering husband will sadly take the brunt of the antics Amanda's friends are up to. I also thought it was high time Bogie laid down the law to Amanda, which he did and I think this and Bailey's insightful understanding has finally forced a breakthrough with Amanda. I still shutter to think what will become of Isabella since it seems her parents still don't have a handle on her and she outwits them by leaps and bounds.
The mix of heavy family drama against the backdrop of crime makes an interesting combination. I will admit the first book was a challenge for me. This one is too in many ways as I found myself wishing I could intervene and tell these people a thing or two.
This author has a talent for developing quirky characters that we can't decide if we like or not but still cheer for, which gave me pause. I don't know how to describe this one because it's not just a family drama, and there is a mystery and serious crime to solve, but it's not the entire focus of the book. In fact, it sort of takes the backseat, except on a couple of occasions when things get pretty tense.
Overall, I once more found myself unwittingly sucked into this story, unable to look away as this family just keeps right on doing what it is they do. Somehow it all works out in the end.
So, even though this is an unconventional mystery or crime drama, it is certainly original and I think that is part of it's charm. Isabella will be their biggest challenge and their most rewarding one too. She will be the glue that holds them all together for better or worse and I do hope we get to see how she turns out. Overall this one is 4 stars.

by GPAngel on ChrisBirdy.com
Unconventional Mystery/Crime Drama, Certainly Original!

The Girl in the Black Pajamas by Chris Birdy is a 2014 publication. I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This second book in the series begins with the shooting of one of Bogie's men and it's obvious someone has it in for R & B investigations when it comes to light a hacker is trying to break into confidential records. If that weren't enough for Bogie to contend with his twenty year old daughter, Amanda, has not grown up emotionally one iota since we last heard from her. She is spending money faster than the speed of light and expects her father to pony up her property taxes for her. Bailey discovers that even though her second child is not even a year old, she is once again pregnant. But at least we still have Isabella, the charming and precocious child we grew to love in the first book. Once more, the story shifts between Boston and Florida.

This book seems to focus more on Amanda and the pickle she has gotten herself into with her friends. But, with Bogie out of town working to discover who is trying to take down his business, Bailey steps up to the plate and gives Amanda the low down on how to keep her home, her husband and do it without breaking any laws. In the meantime, Bogie is responsible for “Izzy” and well, she's quite a handful. The child has developed a love for the movie “Kill Bill” and has seen it countless times. This theme crops up all throughout the book. I would have liked to have seen a lot more of Isabella than we did and I would have liked the mystery Bogie was working on to have been more in the forefront of the book instead of all the family drama involving Amanda. However, I was relieved to see Amanda finally show some maturity towards the end of the book. She is still just a child in many ways, but, she does know right from wrong and we see her take charge of the mess she created by actually getting a job. Her long suffering husband will sadly take the brunt of the antics Amanda's friends are up to. I also thought it was high time Bogie laid down the law to Amanda, which he did and I think this and Bailey's insightful understanding has finally forced a breakthrough with Amanda. I still shutter to think what will become of Isabella since it seems her parents still don't have a handle on her and she outwits them by leaps and bounds.
The mix of heavy family drama against the backdrop of crime makes an interesting combination. I will admit the first book was a challenge for me. This one is too in many ways as I found myself wishing I could intervene and tell these people a thing or two.
This author has a talent for developing quirky characters that we can't decide if we like or not but still cheer for, which gave me pause. I don't know how to describe this one because it's not just a family drama, and there is a mystery and serious crime to solve, but it's not the entire focus of the book. In fact, it sort of takes the backseat, except on a couple of occasions when things get pretty tense.
Overall, I once more found myself unwittingly sucked into this story, unable to look away as this family just keeps right on doing what it is they do. Somehow it all works out in the end.
So, even though this is an unconventional mystery or crime drama, it is certainly original and I think that is part of it's charm. Isabella will be their biggest challenge and their most rewarding one too. She will be the glue that holds them all together for better or worse and I do hope we get to see how she turns out. Overall this one is 4 stars.

by Paige Clendenin on ChrisBirdy.com
Chris Birdy is at it again!

I received this item free in exchange for my honest opinions. All views and opinions are my own. See Disclosure."

"The Girl in Black Pajamas" By: Chris Birdy is the captivating sequel to “The Girl in White Pajamas,” a series of murder mysterys that leaves you on the edge of your seat.

From the first word to the last sentence of the epilogue, you are left captivated by the character driven stories of mystery and mayhem.

Yet again we are captivated by Isabella, the little red headed girl in now black pajamas. Her Karate skills are better, her curiosity is stronger, and she is back in full force.

Bogie McGruder, Isabella’s dad, is also back, along with his new wife Baily, their toddler son The Hankster, Bogie’s daughter Amanda, her husband Randy, and the new and adorable Riley Rose, the daughter of Amanda and Randy, Bogie‘s first grandchild.

In this book, you will continue the wild ride with Rose, Daryl, Tommie, Jesus, and the whole cast of characters that make up the central core of R&B Investigation.

Much like it’s prequel, I could not put this book down, and I adamantly look forward and hope for yet more writings by author Chris Birdy. She truly has a grasp on this particular area of interest. Knowing that Chris Birdy once was involved in a similar profession, I feel she has a real handle on Bogie McGruder, and what his life is like, as well as white kind of character he is.

I would recommend “The Girl in White Pajamas” and “The Girl in Black Pajamas” to anyone who enjoys a good mystery and would appreciate the fast pace twists both these books offer.

As a reader, I was wildly fueld by the desire to read more about the little redhead know as Isabella, the girl who truly is, “The Girl in Black Pajamas.“

Keep an eye out for more of what Chris Birdy has in mind for us, I know she is sure to knock our socks off!

Disclaimer:

Because I write for a family friendly site, I must mention that there are some graphically expounded scenes as well as some profanity in “The Girl in Black Pajamas”. This however does not change my view, opinions, or recommendation of this book, I am simply saying that it is up to you to read at your own digression, and enjoy the beauty of both of these wonderful books by author Chris Birdy.

by John R. Dizon on ChrisBirdy.com
Exploding Hearts?

The Girl In Black Pajamas by Chris Birdy is the second installment of the author’s fast-paced detective series featuring Bogie McGruder, the star-crossed private eye who continues to traverse the minefields of his speckled life. This time about, he and his partner Rose Jones find themselves being targeted by an unknown enemy who is trying to put R&B Investigations out of business. The antagonist seems intent on matching hacker skills with Bogie while seriously challenging Rose’s investigative skills. Bogie remains knee-deep in his personal dogpile, trying to resolve issues with his Florida in-laws while his daughter Isabella tries to make sense of it all on the sidelines. Birdy takes us on another imaginative and suspenseful romp as we hang on tight through every twist and turn.

Once again Bogie becomes the protagonist we love to hate as he dukes it out with his dysfunctional family, headed by Ann McGruder and her lezzie lover Dolores, one of Bogie’s old sex partners. Again it is Isabelle who is treading water in the sewer of Bogie’s life, the four-year-old seeing everything through the innocence of a child’s eyes though imbued with an understanding beyond her years. Rose’s own life seems equally as frayed as she is forced to turn to her convict uncle Walter for help against the murderous hacker. Only Tiffany Gallagher enters the picture, and her own entanglement in the porn industry makes Bogie’s world seem tame in comparison. Yet she may have the key to Bogie’s puzzle – if he dares take on a bigger problem than he can handle.

This is as steamy and seedy as it gets, and this detective noir is tailor-made for suspense fans and mystery buffs. The Girl In Black Pajamas by Chris Birdy is one you won’t want to miss.

by Jessica A. on ChrisBirdy.com

Miss Birdy did again this time with The Girl in Black Pajamas. Isabella shows her wits and adventure on this second book. I love this girl and her inquisitive minds that never stop to learn about information. This book is so good and hard to put it down until the last page. You will learn about scams and cops while reading and how to solve the problems that Bogie encounter with his business. I highly recommend this book to everybody that loves suspense and mystery. This is one amazing and best book to read.

by E. Stenhjem on ChrisBirdy.com
who at times is more like a 40 year old intellectual with a penchant for ...

First of all, get your hands on the first book in the series, THE GIRL IN WHITE PAJAMAS. You will want to begin at the beginning as to not miss a bit of this authors characters, who are rough and ready, endearing, flawed and fabulous, and very realistic.
But, how does one characterize a four year old who is a genius, as well as just a little girl, who at times is more like a 40 year old intellectual with a penchant for raunchy Tarantino movies and "blood spill acrobatics"? The character of "Isabella", that's how. She is a perfectly cuddly red haired ball of steel, who we all would love to know, but definitely not have to deal with on a daily basis or be responsible for.
Makes one wonder about the author's own kids!
If you are a woman reading this book you will, no doubt, form a crush on Bogie...a man who pulls no punches but is a softy...to only a very few. In other words, a real man.
If you are a man reading thus book you will ,no doubt, have wonderful indecent thoughts about Rose. Enjoy them...she'd be okay with that.
The second book, THE GIRL IN BLACK PAJAMAS continues to hold you captive as it speeds along to the wild crescendo that you know is coming....and still you will be shocked at where this author takes you!
So, boys and girls, get the cookies and the chips and lock the bedroom door so that you can be undisturbed as you dwell in the far reaches of Chris Birdy's sometimes brutal ,always entertaining mind.
C.S

by Simone Lilly-Egerter on ChrisBirdy.com
An intriguing story

The Girl in the Black Pajamas is book two in The Murder Mystery series. This novel starts one year after book one ended. We now see Bogie and Bailey happily married, Isabella now has a baby brother “The Hankster”, Amanda and Randy are also finally married with their daughter Riley Rose. The story begins with Tommie, R & B Investigations IT guy, being shot four times as he’s about to enter his workplace. Oddly enough, none of the shots were above the waist nor considered fatal, but his laptop is missing. Bogie is called back to Boston shortly thereafter as hackers try to break into the company’s network. Meanwhile in Florida, there’s a pornography scandal brewing, and Zoe (Amanda’s friend), is trying to pull Amanda into it as well! Will Bogie be able to stop the hackers? Where’s Tommie’s laptop? Why didn’t they break into R & B? Will Amanda’s financial problems push her into the world of pornography?

This was another great mystery! I love the fact that little Isabella comes across as Bogie’s little sidekick. This book has so much action and intrigue that I couldn’t put it down, I read the entire novel in one day. One thing that I really enjoy about Chris Birdy’s novels is that she puts real places in her stories, not always the exact location but identifiable places. This is a great rainy day read especially if you enjoy mysteries as much as I do.

by Sonya N. on ChrisBirdy.com
When's the next one coming out?

I absolutely loved The Girl in White Pajamas, so I figured I would love this book also. And boy, I wasn't wrong! While this book can be read alone, I strongly urge you to pick up The Girl in White Pajamas and read it first. There are so many characters with a huge amount of history, and trying to figure out who everyone is without the first book's story could prove very difficult.

Like the first book, this book starts out a bit confusing since there are so many people in the story (and it takes a bit to work it out in your head). Once you get rolling it starts flying along quickly!

One of R&B's employees is shot while coming to work and someone starts hacking into their system. Bogie (and of course Isabella) head to Boston to help discover the culprit, while meanwhile in Florida there's marriage problems, pregnancy, porn and police scandals. There are so many difficult and dramatic situations going on that it's nearly impossible to put the book down.

And then there's Isabella. I adore this child! She's so much like my youngest with her sassy personality and her performances! I could honestly read these books for Isabella alone, but the mysteries are truly the icing on the cake. I'm really hoping that there's a third book coming out. I'd love to continue this family's journey!

**I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, all the opinions above are 100% my own.

by Julie Baswell on ChrisBirdy.com
Bogie and Rose are owners of R&B Investigations.

When Bogie gets a call from Rose, his partner in Boston, he is shocked to hear that Tommy, a friend and employee had been shot. Bogie and Rose are owners of R&B Investigations. They suspect that someone is attempting to hack their secure network, so it is vital that Bogie get to Boston ASAP. While making plans to fly there, he discovers that his wife Bailey is pregnant with their third child. Knowing that it would be too stressful on her with a precocious four-year-old and an infant, on top of her pregnancy, he decides to take Isabella, the four-year-old, with him.

Once there, he realizes they need help. So they bring in Walter, Rose’s uncle who’s fresh out of prison for cyber hacking. In the meantime, Isabella, loving karate so much, has graduated from a white outfit to a black one. And as always, she is right in the middle of the action. Don’t let her age fool you. She is so much more intelligent than that.

I was exhausted just reading about her. I can’t imagine keeping up with her and a one-year-old together. I believe she should have been punished longer than she was. But I can understand them letting her get away with stuff. That little girl is going to be another Amanda, but in a totally different way. And I loved the way the baby was always called the Hankster. That was so cute. I’m ready for book 3.

by Life as Leels on ChrisBirdy.com
I loved the first one so I figured I would love this one

I loved the first one so I figured I would love the second one. Let me just say – I was not disappointed!

I could not put this book down.

It was a little jumpy in the beginning – I did have to go back to figure out some characters in the beginning, but it wasn’t long until I figured out who everyone was and how they were all strung together.

There were two mysteries within one book in this one that I feel might have been a little bit too much, but it definitely was a page turner that I finished in a matter of two nights. I read a little over half the first night and finished it the second night. There was no waiting with this one.

While you knew the who of this mystery, you aren’t quite sure of the why – the motive. Or what would happen next. I felt this one was definitely more action packed and kept you on the edge of your seat.

I don’t know if there is a third book coming out, but I am begging for another! I love this series and could read them every day for the rest of my life and be content! (I just might start a new trend – #IWantMoreGirlInPajamas to try and get more books out of Ms. Birdy!)

by Alan Page on ChrisBirdy.com
Soap opera at it's best!

The Girl in Black Pajamas has a lot going on from the get-go. Within the first couple of chapters, you’re thrown into an attempted murder, hacking schemes, a man fearing the possibility of prison, and family issues that are taking a toll. It’s a lot to take in, but once you get yourself settled, you’ll be in for a Soap Opera drama!

Since this is the sequel, the characters do not have much introduction which can confuse anyone reading the series. With that being said, the characters are well put together. Without a need for an extensive introduction, it goes straight into the conflicts everyone must endure, which makes it exciting from the very beginning. Before you read this, I suggest the first book, The Girl in White Pajamas, to understand the characters and avoid confusion.

Overall, this was an exciting book. The story unfolds like a Soap Opera; with multiple conflicts occurring within the same chapter, the author aimed to amp the drama from beginning to end. If you’re a fan of dramas, I would pick up this book!

by Leila on ChrisBirdy.com

I loved the first one so I figured I would love the second one. Let me just say – I was not disappointed!

I could not put this book down.

It was a little jumpy in the beginning – I did have to go back to figure out some characters in the beginning, but it wasn’t long until I figured out who everyone was and how they were all strung together.

There were two mysteries within one book in this one that I feel might have been a little bit too much, but it definitely was a page turner that I finished in a matter of two nights. I read a little over half the first night and finished it the second night. There was no waiting with this one.

While you knew the who of this mystery, you aren’t quite sure of the why – the motive. Or what would happen next. I felt this one was definitely more action packed and kept you on the edge of your seat.

I don’t know if there is a third book coming out, but I am begging for another! I love this series and could read them every day for the rest of my life and be content! (I just might start a new trend – #IWantMoreGirlInPajamas to try and get more books out of Ms. Birdy!)(less)

by Michele on ChrisBirdy.com

I so love this series! Bogie is between a rock and a hard place once again. One of his employees has been shot in the back and he can't tell the police or ask for their help since, well, he doesn't do things legally on the computer all the time. Meanwhile back in Florida his family is involved in a sex scandal--What does he do first? Definite slapstick here!!

Meanwhile his precocious little 4 year old is still at it. She wants to learn the Five-Point-Palm-Exploding-Heart move as seen on Kill Bill--Um--where did she get that movie-that's what Bogie wants to know!! But she is only four and something happens that actually frightens her-but will it slow her down? Have to wait for the next in the series to find that out I guess--there better be a next in this series!!!!!

by Lavinya A. Pash on ChrisBirdy.com
It felt so awesome and I feel so bad sometimes.

While reading this book, having not read Book One (The Girl in The White Pajamas), I was like 'What?' and 'Are you kidding me?' like the whole thing. But after some time I got into the story.

It felt awesome to get into the story because, funny and well-done, The Girl in Black Pajamas is a head-turner. Again, I'll be mentioning the fact that there are so many books that if AWESOMELY promoted, they would have been best-sellers.

I feel so bad sometimes.

Chris Birdy proved herself, with her series, as one of the greatest underrated authors. I truly believe that humanity and the world could have been different if this guy had more exposure. And if the cover was gorgeous.

Anyway, the writing is good. The story is worth the whole read. It's not even a long read, so if you can read it, READ IT! Hardly, anybody will ever meet a read like Chris Birdy's The Girl in Black Pajamas.

by Aiesa1 on ChrisBirdy.com
Adventures

This review is from: The Girl in Black Pajamas (Kindle Edition)
After first reading ‘The Girl in the White Pajamas’, I was more than ready to read about the characters as they continue their suspenseful and thrilling journey in the next installment – The Girl in the Black Pajamas. The author did not disappoint me at all with this new story. The author has done a bang-up job creating suspicious goings on for Bogie, Bailey, and their intelligent (almost frighteningly smart)four-year-old daughter Isabella. This story gets you pulled in with heartless crimes, murders, drama and a laugh or two. Oh! Lordy, there is plenty of drama. Of course, Bogie must again fix things, while keeping Isabella out of the midst of the trouble. Well… he tries to keep Isabella out of trouble! The question is …Can He? The Girl in the Black Pajamas will keep you hopping as you try to figure out the why and who-done-it!

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