Size 14 is Not Fat Either

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It's the first day of the winter semester at New York College, and assistant dorm director Heather Wells has a lot more to worry about than roommate conflicts. One of the New York College cheerleaders has lost her head - literally - in the Fischer Hall cafeteria, and no one can find the rest of her. With the entire population of the dorm under suspicion for murder, it doesn't look like anyone on campus, least of all Heather, who is starting night classes, is going to have a good semester. She's got a decapitated ...

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Apr 26, 2008

Pop princess is plum funny

Readers who can't wait for the next Evanovich Stephanie Plum novel will want to give Meg Cabot's character, Heather Wells, a try. The lovably flawed ex-pop princess has a voice that is laugh out loud funny. Ignoring the warnings of her slightly dysfunctional "family" and co-workers, Heather manages to immerse herself in yet another murder investigation and soon finds herself in over her head. Which is understandable considering the latest victim, a perky college cheerleader has lost hers. Cabot brings back many of the supporting characters in this sequel to Size 12 is Not Fat and the reader will be delighted to get to know to know them better.

iluvbooks

Jul 19, 2007

Such Fun!

A delightful follow up to Size 12. These books are so much fun. I really like the main character. She is very entertaining and easy to identify with. The writing is very fast paced, you will want to read it straight through. I?m looking forward to the next Heather Wells Mystery.

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