If you think PTA meetings are boring, then you haven't attended one in Barbara Marr's neighborhood, where MURDER is on the agenda. Always one to stumble into trouble, Barb learns the hard way that a seemingly innocent yearbook scandal is actually part of a seriously sinister and deadly plot. Join soccer mom and movie lover Barbara Marr in this second laugh-out-loud, chaotic mystery, where high-profile crime and suburban living collide in an unexpected fashion.
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Citizen Insane: A Barbara Marr Murder Mystery based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
If there isn't another book after this I'm going to have to hunt the author down and chain her to a chair and force her to continue writing books. She ends this book with a "The End---Or is it?" How cruel is that?This is a funny series with well drawn, believable characters and you just know if they were real they would be among your best friends. An amusing and briskly moving story line keeps you glued to the page and makes this a fairly quick read. The mystery was such that I just didn't see the person 'whodunnit' until they bit me on the butt, so you will be happy to just go with the flow of the story! Very clever!While you do not necessarily NEED to read the first bookTake the Monkeys and Run: A Barbara Marr Murder Mystery, I highly recommend that you do. I still wish I had re-read it before I picked Citizen Insane up just to refresh my memory.
In this sequel to TAKE THE MONKEYS AND RUN Barbara's got a whole new set of problems. In the last book she found out her husband was a secret FBI agent and now she is being pulled into a problem with the year book that revolves around a PTA meeting. Fun reading.