Rushing to Die: A Sorority Sisters Mystery

Rushing to Die: A Sorority Sisters Mystery

by Lindsay Emory

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ISBN-13: 9780062418432
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 12/29/2015
Series: A Sorority Sisters Mystery , #2
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 934,938
File size: 866 KB

About the Author

Lindsay Emory is a native Texan and recovering sorority girl. Rushing to Die is the second novel in the Sorority Sisters Mystery series.

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Rushing to Die: A Sorority Sisters Mystery 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
gaele More than 1 year ago
Margot is a college grad, hired on by her sorority to be a ‘rush guru’, helping her sisters at the Delta Beta house meet quotas, run a successful rush and stay within guidelines. While the last is a bit flexible in terms of adherence, Margot truly is one of those who bought into the whole soror lifestyle, snaps and songs included. Sutton College had three murders when Margot had first arrived, and while those are solved the new pledge class brings new stress, and two more bodies. I loved Margot: she’s one of those overcaffeinated perky, organized, all for the Debs sort of woman: part cheerleader, part drill sergeant her asides (some of the girls call Ginnifer the Gineral while I prefer martinet) are hilariously funny and snarky, and while she mostly holds it together through her unkinder moments, when she does snap she is pointed and directly on. The flirtation between Margot and Detective Ty Hatfield is cute: he’s always trying to feed her, usually unsuccessfully, even as he is wholly frustrated with her lack of wholehearted cooperation with his investigations. When you mix in a chapter advisor bought in for the ‘Moos’, a baby lion and chickens, the endless rounds of practice, decorating and a cable tv ‘reporter’ who is desperate for a name and notoriety spinning the ‘dangers’ of sorority life into the mix, the story never fails to drop hints, clues and a few red herrings. With all of the drama happening in a span of about 10 days, the story is fast paced and completely engaging: and moves from one idea or potential suspect to another, one event or prep to another the possible suspects are brought forward and dismissed one by one until the end. A wonderfully fun read! I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via Edelweiss for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.