Thursday, February 10, 2011

Size 14 Is Not Fat Either

Size 14 Is Not Fat Either
Meg Cabot
344 pages
Publisher: HarperCollins

Being that I've already reviewed the first book in this trilogy, I'm not going to spend much time reviewing the second.  In this second novel about Heather Wells, former pop star turned resident hall assistant turned amateur sleuth, Heather and her residence hall are faced with yet another murder, just months after the murders that took place in the first novel, Size 12 Is Not Fat.  As usual, her landlord/psuedo-boyfriend, Cooper, is telling her to stay out of it - but let's face it, Heather cannot let the investigation of the murder of an innocent cheerleader lay solely in the hands of the cops, who we all know from book one are not as competent at their jobs as they would like Heather to believe.

Who doesn't love a saucy, overweight, former teen pop sensation turned amateur detective?  Meg Cabot has done it again with a clever plot, laugh out loud narrative and dialogue, as well as surprises along the way.  Five stars!

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