By G.M. Malliet
BOOK 2 within the AGATHA AWARD-WINNING SERIES
Cold-blooded homicide is, like, totally un-cool
As the wildly profitable darling of the publishing undefined, chick lit secret author Kimberlee Kalder is the visitor of honor at an particular writers' convention at Dalmorton citadel in Scotland. yet jealousy and resentment are quickly changed with surprise whilst Kimberlee is located lifeless on the backside of the castle's bottle dungeon.
Who didn't wish to determine prima donna Kimberlee brutally extinguished like considered one of her ill-fated characters? it truly is as much as Detective leader Inspector St. simply to song down the genuine killer in a citadel choked with cagey secret connoisseurs who dwell and breathe malicious homicide and crafty alibis . . .
Named a most sensible booklet of 2009 via Deadly Pleasures.
“[In] her stronger moment comfortable, Malliet's satirical tackle the secret scene is spot-on.”―Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"Malliet excels at fashionable writing very such as the golden age of British mysteries. a true locate for old-school secret fans."―Booklist (starred review)
“An completely scrumptious skewering of the area of poser publishing and its none-too-savory denizens, Death and the Lit Chick is even wittier and extra skillfully built than her Agatha Award-winning Death of a comfortable Writer.”―Denver Post
“Delicious. Malliet is laugh-out-loud humorous in describing the cadre of crime writers encountered by means of the sometimes-flustered St. Just.” ―Mystery Scene
"an exciting diversion"―Kirkus Reviews
"A sensible choice for readers who get pleasure from clever cozies and conventional mysteries."―Library Journal
“Readers who take pleasure in all issues British, in addition to an outstanding whodunit, will locate those novels simply the ticket.” ―Free Lance-Star
"The writing is A+―smooth, shrewdpermanent (in the great experience) and a excitement to read."―Cozy Library
"Death and the Lit Chick exhibits why classics by no means exit of style...Malliet belongs in your bookshelf."―Reviewing the Evidence
"Malliet’s out of date kind is equivalent to the normal whodunits of the past... yet with a fairly funny aptitude. The publication is a shrewdpermanent secret in addition to a witty satire." ―Vickie Britton at Suite 101