Most helpful critical review
Not bad, but not as good as the others in the series!
on October 2, 2001
After finally finishing the first 6 books in this series, I picked up this one with great anticipation. Unfortunately, I was disappointed. It started off well, establishing the identity of the murder victim (who was supposedly already dead, hence the title) and detailing Britt's latest date with her main main, Kendall McDonald, but it went downhill from there. The identity of the murderer was a surprise, but the whole thing was unbelievable, and her decision about her relationship with McDonald was also hard to swallow. It's a worthwhile read, but only if you don't expect too much!