Dating Dead Men

Dating Dead Men

Large Print - 2004
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Baker & Taylor
As part of her research for talk show host Dr. Cookie Lahven's upcoming book "How to Avoid Getting Dumped All the Time," Wollie Shelley is dating forty men in sixty days, but her assignment is complicated by an unexpected corpse.

Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2004.
ISBN: 9780786262236
Characteristics: 480 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.


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Apr 09, 2019

Kozak has created a fun cast of characters, in this four series set. While the writing was a big amateurish at times, and Kozak's experience as a soap opera actress shine through in the plot, I found this work light and enjoyable. This is the first in the series, and I enjoyed book two a lot, and book three somewhat. The plots aren't exactly believable, but how many mysteries have believable plots? Kozak provides a nice escape from everyday reality, and overall an entertaining one at that. It's disappointing that SFPL, with its impressive collection, does not own the fourth book in the series. Thank Goodness for Link+/Inter-library loan!

Jan 24, 2019

I only read about half the book before giving up and deciding it was not worth reading. It is a mystery why it won an Agatha award for mysteries. What I enjoy most about mysteries is trying to solve it from the clues the author leaves. If there were any clues to who was murdered or why, I did not find them before giving up from boredom. There was nothing believable or likeable about the characters. If you like farcical humor, you might enjoy this book.

Jan 31, 2011

Light, enjoyable read with lots of humour & action. Wollie reminds me of the heroine of the Janet Evanovich series.

Feb 23, 2010

This is the first book in this series . It is wacky and fun with lots of great characters.


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