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Adventures in Funeral Crashing: Funeral Crashing Series / A Kait Lenox Mystery

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Kait Lenox has a reputation as the weird girl in her high school, mostly because of her ex-best friend turned mean popular girl, Ariel, but maybe it has a little to do with the fact that Kait has a hobby crashing funerals. At one of these, Kait is outted by the most popular guy in school, Ethan Ripley. Yet, instead of humiliating her for all the world to see, he asks for her help, and Kait finds herself entangled in a murder mystery. Not only is the thrill of the mystery exciting, but more importantly Ethan knows...
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Overview

Kait Lenox has a reputation as the weird girl in her high school, mostly because of her ex-best friend turned mean popular girl, Ariel, but maybe it has a little to do with the fact that Kait has a hobby crashing funerals. At one of these, Kait is outted by the most popular guy in school, Ethan Ripley. Yet, instead of humiliating her for all the world to see, he asks for her help, and Kait finds herself entangled in a murder mystery. Not only is the thrill of the mystery exciting, but more importantly Ethan knows her name! A little sleuthing is well worth that!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781468010565
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/28/2012
  • Pages: 212
  • Sales rank: 841,536
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.45 (d)

Meet the Author

Milda Harris is a Chicago girl who ran off to Hollywood to pursue her screenwriting dreams. She loves watching John Hughes movies and playing random sports like Dodgeball and Kickball. Between working in production on television shows like Austin & Ally, Hannah Montana, and That's So Raven and playing with her super cute dog Licorice, she writes young adult and chick lit novels.
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  • Posted January 10, 2013

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    This was a novel written for the YA audience but with several F*

    This was a novel written for the YA audience but with several F*** words I would not recommend it for YAI am not oblivious to the situation in schools and with profanity among the youth.However, if "adults" feel it is necessary to encourage profanity by including it inYoung Adult books, how will we ever raise the morality and intelligence of therising generation? There are so many avenues of vocabulary in the English language thatcan artfully enthrall, arouse feelings and express emotions without using degradinglanguage and going into explicit sexual detail. Supposedly, the government leadersare trying to create a more educated generation. Also, many are concerned about teen pregnancy.If books aimed at the YA are full of profanity and sexually arousing themes, how will the degradingsituation of our society ever improve?The story was quite cute and well-written though. It was about a girl with no siblings, an ex-friendwho had maliciously turned n her and ruined her reputation, and who had recently lost her motheras well.  Her new favorite pastime was going to other people's funerals. It gave her peace listeningto all the pleasant things people remembered of those who had passed on.  The next to the last funeral she attended explode into a new and unexpected situation. hat leads to chaos and soon her normally dull life is no longer dull. It did have a slightly weak ending.

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