Book Reviews of Murder Has No Calories (Angela Benbow and Cal Wingate, Bk 5)

Murder Has No Calories (Angela Benbow and Cal Wingate, Bk 5)
Murder Has No Calories - Angela Benbow and Cal Wingate, Bk 5
Author: Corinne Holt Sawyer
ISBN-13: 9780449223383
ISBN-10: 0449223388
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 231
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Murder Has No Calories (Angela Benbow and Cal Wingate, Bk 5) on + 257 more book reviews
When a beautiful staff member at a California fat farm is found brutally murdered, the owner pleads with the pucky senior sleuths from Camden-sur-Mer to investigate. So Angela Benbow and Caledonia Wingate quickly join the edgy little party at The Time Out Inn to check out their fellow guests.
This was a delightful read. It was fun and wity. Not a heavy forensic mystery.
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One in a series about 2 "old" ladies living in a retirement home who turn to sleuthing to liven up the day. Very enjoyable reading. Book #4
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This is a laugh-riot series
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(From back cover) "When a beautiful staff member at a California fat farm is found brutally murdered, the owner pleads with the plucky senior sleuths from Camden-sur-Mer to investigate. So Angela Benbow and Caledonia Wingate quickly join the edgy little party at The Time-Out Inn to check out their fellow guests: grumpy Marceline, face-lifted Carmen, dimpled Cracker, saggy Judy, and roly-poly Tilly, among others. Very nice ladies, too - on the surface. But beneath one of those mud-packs lurks a killer. Too bad that Angela's and Caledonia's impulsive sleuthing is pushing them toward a fate worse than aerobics. Namely death ..."