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Maureen CorriganGladdy is a hoot. Her running commentary on everything from dinner at the deli with "the girls" (separate checks, please!) to fast-walking (or fast-shuffling) exercise sessions at the mall will divert readers from the arthritically creaky murder plot. Besides, as Gladdy admits, it even takes her a while to notice the homicidal goings-on at Lanai Gardens. As she philosophically observes: "Considering that the youngest of us is seventy-one and the oldest eighty-six, [death] is not something unexpected. I mean, everybody is on the checkout line."
— The Washington Post