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Guess it’s not that different from what I usually read after all… Wollie Shelley – more insight on her name later – leads the life of a juggler.
She’s not just struggling to keep open her slightly mislocated greeting card shop – “Wollie’s Welcome!
Take this description of Wollie’s buddy: “Joey turned too, hair flowing behind her like a Clairol Nice ‘n Easy commercial.
Joey had enough hair for a family of four, in dramatic contrast to her stick-figure body.
But Wollie has her blonde head screwed on a whole lot tighter than the flibbertigibbet Stephanie, and knows what she wants out of life – and it’s a lot more than just alternating rolls in the hay with Ranger and Morelli.
This fun little snippet of chick-lit also displays Kozak’s wicked sense of humor.
Not content with just those tasks, Wollie’s also volunteered to participate in a dating project for a local romance talk-show host; a project that’ll net her five thousand smackers for dating forty different men in about fifty days.
It’s a pleasure to run across the exception that proves the rule, the one that says famous people tend to write bad fiction.
I’ll have to admit, however, that, Dating Dead Men shows that Harley’s writing career is still a work in progress.
The awards are named for Anthony Boucher (1911–1968), one of the founders of the Mystery Writers of America.
Among the most prestigious awards in the world of mystery writers, the Anthony Awards have helped boost the careers of many recipients.
Wollie fears that her beloved brother, a paranoid schizophrenic living at Rio Pescado, is involved in the murder, so rather than go to the authorities, she decides to solve the crime on her own.