Jennifer Marsh's high school reunion is truly a nightmare. Among her classmates: overweight ex-jocks, aging cheerleaders, narcissistic class beauty Sheena Cassidy, and bad boy Danny Buckner, Jennifer's unforgotten first love. Missing, of course, is Jimmy Mitchell, whose haunting disappearance on prom night remains a chilling mystery. All that's needed to make the evening a complete disaster is murder -- an oversight soon gruesomely remedied by person or persons unknown. Trapped in the thick of it is Jennifer, knowing too much . . . and dying to remember enough to save her own life.
Jennifer Marsh, an aspiring mystery writer and amateur detective, knows she is no Stephanie Plum, and Macon, Ga., is a pale imitation of the Burg, but there are the requisite cronies (her critique group) and boyfriend (Sam, a crime reporter). Following Dying For A Clue, this latest series entry takes Marsh to her 12th high school reunion, where she's briefly reunited with the boyfriend she never forgot and the scheming cheerleader who stole him from her. When the boyfriend turns up dead�a suspected suicide�that event kicks off another look at the unsolved disappearance of a student that coincided with Marsh's prom night. Refusing to believe her old beau was a murderer, Jennifer joins forces with her nemesis, the cheerleader-widow, to get to the bottom of the mystery. Fitzwater comes through with an imaginative plot, hilarious secondary characters (the critique group, mostly aspiring romance writers, is a hoot) and good red herrings to throw readers off the track. (Aug.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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January 01, 2001
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