Leaving you guessing one thing and totally suprising you at the end. What do you think will happen? Photo: Peter Buckingham Kate White is an American writer, magazine editor, and speaker. . This was a good book just like the rest of the series. It had everything I thought I would like. Bookseller: , Washington, United States Grand Central Publishing, 2006. But fans of Bailey Weggins should not fear — White is currently working on the next installment of her hit series.
Gossiping about people who are already famous is pretty harmless. The good part was I never saw the ending coming. Talk about rapid turnover-in a matter of days Bailey Weggins gets axed from one New York magazine and hired by another. All the books pages appear to be clean. Suspects abound because Mona was hated by so many people and there was a party at the magazine next door the night she was murdered. In just about a New York minute she's got a crush on a sexy filmmaker-and some scary insight into her boss's murder.
The tragedy left her family with a fractured life - a mother out to numb the pain, a father losing a battle with his own private demons, and a sister desperate for closure. The mystery is always at the center of the story, but we also get some romance, lux fashion descriptions, and female drama mixed in. In this book Bailey finds herself working at Buzz, a gossip magazine, covering celebrity crimes. Again, White is pleasing fans and critics alike. But despite my best efforts, I found myself skipping to the end to get it over with.
In 1998, White became editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan. Robby was the one who let her know about the job at Buzz, where he worked, but he was fired that day; yes, the day of the murder! The smart and gutsy crime writer Bailey Weggins returns for a case set against the glossy pages of a celebrity rag where somebody is about to give Bailey's new boss a lethal deadline. All her nonfiction books are aimed at giving career advice to the women in the business world. White came from a strong background in the magazine world. As the investigation progresses, Bailey travels from New York City to Connecticut and from there to the Bucks County.
This page contains the standard text of the standard disclaimer and at least the standard text about cookies. I wanted to put the book down several times and start reading something else. As Bailey digs deeper, she begins to think her life may be in danger. It was also chosen for the book club of Kelly Ripa and then received positive reviews from the Entertainment Weekly. Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. The couple is blessed with a son named Hunter and a daughter named Hayley.
But, its a replacement for her previous long-term gig and she is finding her way through the seedy gossip-filled celeb world. Bookseller: , Washington, United States. After an unsuccessful first meeting, Chloe gives Kate's diary to Ashley so that she can pretend to communicate with Kate and convince Henry to move on with his life. When the sculptor asks her what she really wants, Kate reluctantly admits that she only wants Henry to be happy. Whites most recent release is a brief break from Wegginss exploits, but it certainly isnt a break from the kind of sly blend of humor and sex that readers have come to expect from her. I think you know me well enough to know that my bullshit meter goes off the minute I hear words like 'feng shui. Bummed about the ending of Bailey and Beau.
Forgive us, but we do not have other texts. But I like my mysteries a little less chick-litty. Everyone is suspect since none of the staff, Bailey included, liked her. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Talk about rapid turnover—in a matter of days Bailey Weggins gets axed from one New York magazine and hired by another. I love this sort of thing, so I enjoy her books. Although they definitely aren't cozy mysteries, it is always a nice break from the hard core crime thrillers.
Bailey knows this may be a temporary stop in her career, when not long after she begins at the magazine, she stumbles across the aftermath of a murder in her own office. I had no idea this was part of a series! A raging tyrant, Mona made Buzz a top 'zine but racked up an impressive list of enemies along the way. Going back to his room after their date is another. Based on her initial investigation, Bailey suspects that the poisoned chocolate was meant to kill Jones as she was known to be fond of truffles. This was a good book just like the rest of the series. By subscribing, you get access to a huge library of multimedia content, which is updated daily.
You might feel uncomfortable dishing and trashing people you know. Bailey begins to investigate to write up her story for the magazine. The main character Bailey works for magazines doing crime articles. She completed her graduation in the year 1972 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in the subject of English. This book also gives us our first peak at her new love interest, Beau. It is a light mystery read and this suited me just fine as I grew a little tired of some of the over the top, extremely graphic murder mysteries I had been reading. Bailey calls 911, but soon finds herself wrapped up in the case herself.
And how do I bury the evidence? Growing up, I devoured the Nancy Drew series, and maybe that is another reason I am so crazy for this series. The book not only pleased Whites readers but also garnered her some well-deserved praise from the press. Despondent over the break-up, Ashley turns to Dan for solace, but is further distraught when Dan reveals that he is not gay and has secretly been in love with her for years. Following her stint at Glamour, she worked her way up to editor-in-chief for Child, then Working Woman, McCalls, and Redbook. Was Mona murdered because she had some Hollywood dirt on a singer? Soon, she receives an invitation for a free weekend at one of the popular hotels in rural Massachusetts and jumps at it for some pampering. I wouldn't put this on a 'summer reading' list for any friends or family.