In DEAD MEN DON'T DANCE, Charlie Plato is still a thirty-something, tall, skinny, orange-haired divorcee with an attitude, still getting frustrated by Zack Hunter, who is as sexy and aggravating as ever.

This time around, Zack is running for City council and the candidates are dying. Which makes Zack look mighty suspicious to Detective Sergeant Reggie Timpkin of the Bellamy Park Police Department. Zack has never objected to bein' wanted by women, but bein' wanted by the police is somethin' else.

Charlie, of course, is right there eager to find out what's going on. It never seems to occur to her that once her curiosity is satisfied, she's going to be in danger of losing her life!


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Dead Men Don't Dance
(Charlie Plato mystery)
by Meg Chittenden

Kensington Publishing
August 16, 1998
ISBN #157566318X
298 pages
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