"Wonderful cozy and amateur sleuth tale"
Jennifer Marsh is a writer who wants one of her mystery
books published so badly she's afraid to tell her boyfriend
she loves him for fear it will take time away from her
writing. However, when Journalist Sam Culpepper's ex-
girlfriend comes to him for help. Jennifer is not only
angry but also jealous that her boyfriend is allowing her
stay with him.
To take her mind off her troubles, Jennifer tries to find
out if Suzanne Gray committed suicide like everyone
believes or if she was murdered. Sam's ex-girlfriend Belle
horns in on the investigation and eventually moves in with
Jennifer after Sam's home is burglarized. When somebody
tries to shoot Belle, Jennifer decides she must shift her
focus if she is ever to get the third wheel out of their
DYING TO GET HER MAN will definitely appeal to the cozy
and amateur sleuth crowd. The heroine is humorous, spunky
and loyal, serving as an ideal role model. Judy Fitzwater
injects a lot of humor in her novel but she definitely
knows how to create a fascinating story line that will keep
readers interested in finding out what is really going on.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted April 10, 2002