• Title: Murder a Mile High
  • Author: Elizabeth Dean
  • ISBN: 9780915230396
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Scatterbrained Emma Marsh might as well visit her college friend off in Colorado, since long-time boyfriend Hank has been tagged by Naval Intelligence. But the first thing Emma finds in Golden City is a dead tenor. Is he the one that her friend was gaga about? Mary has such terrible taste in men! Emma decides to ignore the mystery altogether, but she's soon deeply involved. When Hank finally appears on the scene, he pays attention to Emma's chatter--she may misunderstand what clues mean, but she [...]

    2. I know I read the first two books in the series quite a few years ago and now I remember why it took me so long to read this. The main character drives me batty. She is such a scattered person who is endlessly jumping to the wrong conclusion and yet somehow manages to solve a mystery. It's just hard to believe that someone is that stupid. There are some entertaining parts, but this is not someone I would read anymore books by. Though this may have been her last book so it's not really an issue.

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