A Body To Die For Mass Market Paperback – Jan 1 2010
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She is always on her toes while stuffing her face with goodies.
Dirk, the detective, is always great to have along on a case.
His banter and friendship with Savannah, is one of the reasons I keep coming back for more.
This case is a sticky case, with way too many suspects and clues for them.
But, with the help of friends like Tammy, with computer skills, they always get the job done. Well done. A great read for anyone who loves mysteries with friendly faces and good detective skills.More, Please.
I have two gripes with this series. (1) the constant reminder that Savannah is plus-size - is it really necessary? (2) the ages of her brothers and sisters don't add up. If her sister Atlanta is only about 18 and Savannah is in her 40s, then she wouldn't have been around when Atlanta was growing up because was already on the San Carmelita police force when she was in her 20s. In "Fat Free & Fatal" she mentions that she and all her brothers and sisters were found behind the bar in their hometown playing in the glass. Again, she would have been at least 24 years old if all of her brothers and sisters were involved. Ms. McKevett's continuity editor should have caught all that.
Otherwise, I enjoy the books if I overlook this stuff.
An adult mystery from a series that I adore. It's sort of a foodie mystery (without the recipes, but you can find one here). I love the relationship that Savannah has with food. I love her Southern charm. I love her relationship with Dirk - sweet and sassy! I admit that I do not like the new cover style as it does not fit with either the previous covers or Savannah herself. If you like these try also: Joanne Fluke and Diana Mott Davidson