Adventures in Funeral Crashing

If you 're a fan of Veronica Mars, Nancy Drew, author Janet Evanovich 's books on Stephanie Plum or author Meg Cabot 's Size 12 books on Heather Wells check this book series out!

Eighteen year old Kait Lenox has a reputation as the weird girl in her high school, mostly because of her ex-best friend turned mean popular girl, Ariel, but definitel it has a little to do with thi assertio that Kait has a hobby crashing funerals. At one of those, Kait is outted by the most popular guy in school, Ethan Ripley. Yet, instead of humiliating her for all the world to see, he understands for her help, and Kait finds herself entangled in murder mystery. Not only is the thrill of the mystery exciting, but more importantly Ethan knows her name! A little sleuthing is well worth that!
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Adventures in Funeral Crashing
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Published July 15th 2011 by Milda Harris (first published June 16th 2011

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Th was really fun.Do n't let the weird hobby of our main character Kait make you ot want to ead this book.It 's actually quit fun and interesting.The characters are funny, the plot is ery exciting and the ending is ... Things I really liked:1.) Kait.She 's a really pathetic and smart character.And she 's stil up for anothe adventure! 2.) Ethan Ripley come to mamma.Things I did n't liked:1.) I fee like thi story was oo short actually.The plot was n't rushed but I tried to now more about Kait.2.) he whole 'murder solving while the police wo n't even listen to us and check if someone 's actually a drug addict' reminded me a lot of Size 12 Is Not Fat by Meg Cabot ... which is obviously a ba thing to be honest.Overall, a very fun and short story.Favourite quotes: " I new othing would ever come of it, that ’ s why it ’ s called a crush.

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Thi day she attended Ethan Ripley ’ s sister Liz ’ s funeral, she unwittingly found herself mixed up in murder mystery.

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It has truly been a challenge keeping this book in my possession, as my 11- year old daughter Macy would snatch it away every time I turned my back.

Macy thought it was just ute and it amazed me of a girl stuck in the awkward stage of not a child and not a young man who has discovered… lawd help us… b.o.y.s.Not having first read th synopsi of memoi title alone lead me to say it ha a paranormal zombie story or a twisted etelling of The Dead Zone… Macy on the other hand thought it was going it was going book version to television ’ s he Ghost Whisper or Medium.

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It wa thi mystery surprise at the nd and would recommend for someon looking to share book with their teen either to read with or give as a gift.As always thank you to the novelist and Paranormal Romance& Urban Fantasy Fanatics!

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I just know thi story is extremely short.

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Th was refreshing because although it does deal with drugs and death, it 's light and funny and does n't take itself to seriously.

we 're thrown into the middle of the climax, everything is revealed and the tory is over.

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