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Over Her Dead Body, by Kate White

Cover ImageFinished 10-21-08, rating 3/5, mystery, pub. 2005

True crime author Bailey Weggins is back in her fourth mystery in the Big Apple.  Bailey switches from one magazine job to another and is fast embroiled in a murder mystery.  Her nasty boss is murdered and there is no shortage of suspects and lies.  Bailey must work her way through the maze of red herrings and attempts on her life to find the truth and get the scoop for her story.

Bailey is a tough thirty-something divorcee living in Manhattan with a fun and feisty personality.  She’s like a big city Nancy Drew.

I’ve listened to two of this series on cd and really liked them, but this one was missing something for me.  It was still good, but Bailey felt a little tired.  I had no idea who did it until the very end, which was good, but the end didn’t really wow me after the multitude of possibilities. 

I would still love to hang out with Bailey and will read her other books.  Author, Kate White, is the editor of Cosmopolitan magazine.

October 21, 2008 - Posted by | 3 Star Books | , , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. It’s hard to believe the editor of Cosmo has time to write a book. Bailey sounds like fun – maybe I’ll try one of the early books.

    I thought the same thing. She has two teenagers at home and still finds the time.

    Comment by Kathy | October 21, 2008 | Reply

  2. […] in the Bailey Weggins series (If Looks Could Kill) (A Body To Die For) (Til Death Do Us Part) (Over Her Dead Body) (Lethally […]

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