After losing both her boyfriend and her cushy job at a glossy women’s magazine, Lethally Blond’s Bailey Weggins rebounds as a freelance celeb crime reporter for a supermarket tabloid. Then a former-model beau — now a rising prime-time TV hottie — enlists her to locate a missing friend/castmate. Sex and the City meets Dirt as the intrepid Weggins prowls the streets — and high-thread-count bedsheets — of Manhattan in her investigation. Sprinkled with industry jargon, dry wit, and au courant pop culture references (”Snow Patrol was singing ‘Chasing Cars”’), the fifth entry in Cosmo editor Kate White’s Weggins series is smart, stylish, and sometimes silly. B+
Lethally Blond After losing both her boyfriend and her cushy job at a glossy women's magazine, Lethally Blond's Bailey Weggins rebounds as a...Lethally BlondMystery and Thriller, FictionKate White After losing both her boyfriend and her cushy job at a glossy women's magazine, Lethally Blond's Bailey Weggins rebounds as a...2007-05-25Warner Books
Genre: Mystery and Thriller, Fiction; Author: Kate White; Publisher: Warner Books
Posted May 25 2007 — 12:00 AM EDT
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