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Killer in High Heels (High Heels Mysteries) Paperback – February 16, 2012
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I enjoy the witty, humorous style, the romantic storyline as well as a plot full of twists and turns, and despite some of the rather improbable situations that befall our intrepid heroine, the plot line has plenty of twists and turns and keeps you wondering.
I find it easy to overlook the improbable because overall, the book is otherwise so well-written.
I also have to say that as crazy as Maddie is, and despite the fact that she gets herself into ridiculous scrapes of her own making, she is a sweet and likeable heroine and I enjoy all of the return characters, Marco especially.
If you can overlook some of the less realistic parts of the storyline, it's a very fun read. Just don't take it too seriously (after all, it's not meant to be a police procedural) and enjoy the humor.
Maddie Springer just can't seem to stay out of trouble. As soon as she solved the mystery from the last story, she gets a phone call from her estranged father, only to have him hang up before she can get any information. With the help of her friends, Dana and Marco, Maddie heads to Vegas to find the man she hadn't seen since she was a child, but things are not as she remembered, and Hot Cop, Jack Ramirez, on her trail.
Maddie has no problems getting herself into trouble, despite trying to keep out of it once she gets there (Marco and Dana are terrible influences), luckily she has Jack who always manages to bail her out. I did feel that Jack got REALLY condescending and chauvinistic in this installment. Now that he knows Maddy better, he's still acting like she's a little weak woman.
Felix was a fun addition, and I love the banter he shares with Maddie, and it was nice to uncover a bit more of Maddie's past by finding her father.
Written by Rebekah Martin, author of "Sugar and Spies (Spy Sisters 1)"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Light reading, entertaining, good as a beach book. Good character attachment.they'll become your friends.Published 1 month ago by Sandy Aumiller
The 2nd in the Maddie Springer detective series. Loved getting to know her wild friends and family a bit more. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rebecca Zelazny
OMG!!! These books are so much fun!!! I adore Maggie, Dana and Marco and the hot Jack Ramirez.Published 5 months ago by Charlene A. Kowalski
This book is equal parts humor, romance, mystery/action. I particularly like the humor.Published 5 months ago by Anon1234
Got tired of this series in the middle of the second book. Too far fetched in story line.Published 8 months ago by Megg