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Victoria H. (Tango) reviewed The Death of a Difficult Woman (Bonnie Indermill, Bk 5) on
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One of a series about Bonnie Indermill. Bonnie is a 30-something single woman in New York City who does various kinds of office work--managing a lawyer's office, temping, etc. Bonnie tells the stories in first person, and she reminds me a bit of Grafton's Kinsey Milhone (not quite as complex as Kinsey and Bonnie is an amateur, not a p.i.). Berry does a great job of portraying office politics, relationships between women working together, etc. with a lot of humor. If you've ever worked in an office, you'll recognize many of her characters!
Permanent temp and permanent-permanent New Yorker Bonnie Indermill is on assignment to help a law firm move to ritzy new quarters. When her boss, a "difficult woman" by any standards is murdered, Bonnie finds herself the only one in a position to complete the move--and solve the murder.
First time to read this author. Part of a Bonnie Indermill series. Fun read, nothing heavy. Was fairly to see where the author was going in solving the death of the difficult woman, but not what the outcome (who dunnit) would be.