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The Busy Woman's Guide to Murder

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2013

    A nice read

    Charlotte Adams, professional organizer can de-clutter anyone's life but her own. Her past catches up with her as the clique of the girls who harassed her and the other misfits in school begin to die in a series of hit-and-runs. Ever the helpful do-gooder, Charlotte can't quite figure this one out.

    Add a series of well drafted peripheral characters including 2 well loved rescued dachshunds, this fifth outing of the series is a satisfying escape

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  • Posted March 17, 2011

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    A delightful mysery

    A 911 emergency telephone operator, Mona Pringle places her own emergency call to professional organizer Charlotte Adams. Apparently Serena Redding has returned to town, which terrorizes Mona, who was a victim of the woman's bullying back in high school. Mona comments she would love to kill her tormentor, but Charlotte assumes nothing with the passing whimsical comment.

    That changes when another victim of Serena and her gang is killed in a deliberate hit and run, and two of the bullies are murdered. Charlotte wonders if Mona became deranged from her fear and embarked on a killing spree, or has been so frightened she vanished.

    The latest Charlotte Adams amateur sleuth (see Closet Confidential and Death Loves A Messy Desk) has the events organizer balance her business, her canines and Mona's lament. Charlotte is terrific as she goes from the irony of an emergency call from a 911 operator to her fears that Mona went over the edge. Filled with red herrings and false clues disguising real leads, fans will enjoy this breezy yet insightful look at the adults several years after a youthful bullying relationship.

    Harriet Klausner

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