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Some friends of food-loving PI Savannah Reid (Cereal Killer) have arranged for her to participate in a reality TV show where five women vie for the affections of hunky romance cover-model Lance Roman. Unfortunately, someone murders one of the show's producers, a woman much disliked by contestants, employees, and husband alike. Buy for demand. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
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Statuesque sleuth Savannah Reid (Death by Chocolate, 2002, etc.) takes a stab at reality TV, only to find someone stabbing back. Although the only reason she agrees to be on medieval-themed Man of My Dreams is the hope of winning a diamond tiara (which, of course, she plans to sell to get enough money to fix her roof), Savannah Reid quickly discovers a bonus: Lance Roman, her favorite romance-novel cover boy, is the object of the five contestants' videotaped affections. And to her surprise, Lance seems to prefer her company, too, much to the annoyance of Brandy, Leila, Roxy, and Carisa, her stick-thin rivals. Unfortunately, their blossoming friendship is interrupted by the murder of producer Tess Jarvis, whom they find bludgeoned by an unidentified weapon in the cellar of Blackmoor Castle. Savannah's forced to call on her old friend Detective Dirk Coulter, who likes the looks of the corpse even less than he likes her canoodling with Lance. But Tess's husband Alex insists on continuing the shoot, and only after one contestant is flattened by a falling gargoyle and another pierced in a sword fight does Savannah realize that pursuing the man of her dreams may become her worst nightmare. Savannah swoons a little too long over her vision of Lance in tights, but, still, she shows enough tough-mindedness to solve a puzzle that mystifies even Dirk. Agent: Richard Curtis/Richard Curtis Associates
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780758204615
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 4/4/2006
  • Series: Savannah Reid Series , #10
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 817,193
  • Product dimensions: 4.24 (w) x 6.78 (h) x 0.83 (d)

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  • Posted February 2, 2013

    Good "Who Done It" Series

    I just stumbled across this book and loved it. I will be reading the whole series. It's got wit, charm and keeps you guessing to the end.

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  • Posted August 26, 2011

    A bit far fetches

    I enjoy this series but this installment wasn't as strong as others. For one thing the premoise of the tv show in the book is a bit farr fetched. Then there are the almost too resourceful ryan and john. The conflict with dirk was another annoying part of the story.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    terrific Savannah Reid who-done-it

    When the sleuthing business or a stakeout is at a lull, private investigator Savannah Reid passes the time reading steamy romance novels. Though she insist she reads the books, her friends believe that she only buys novels to gaze lovingly at the cover picture when Lance Roman is the model. Her friends Ryan Stone and John Gibson know about her fantasy so arrange as a birthday present for Savannah to be a contestant on a reality show in which the prize is Lance.--- Savannah wants to win the prize badly and makes every effort to use her southern charm on Lance. However, her endeavor takes a back seat when someone kills a show¿s producer Tess with fudge ice cream as the murder weapon; the body is left in a freezer that could only have been loaded by a Texan. Savannah begins investigating the homicide even as she continues to play the Georgia peach with Lance.--- This is a terrific Savannah Reid who-done-it as the heroine combines her sleuthing skills with her southern charm to impress her fantasy lover. The entertaining story line grips the reader as Savannah cannot resist the lure of a murder investigation or the lure of the cover model. Fans of the series will enjoy her latest binge while newcomers will get a taste of one of the better continuing female private investigators on the market today.--- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2004

    Savannah Reid Mysteries

    I have read the entire series of the Savannah Reid mysteries written by G. A. McKevett. Cannot wait until the next one comes out. Being a Southerner makes it even better. These are a great read to say the least....

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