A man invents the perfect panty hose and someone doesn't want him to market them. He needs the money to help himself and his friends. I read mostly mysteries and sometimes like a light mystery. This book fits into that catagory perfectly. An easy read and a good story.
typical Clark with a lot of loose ends that get tied up in the last chapter.
I enjoyed reading this book very much.
A selection of Mystery Guild.
An alternate selection of The Literary Guild and of Doubleday Book Club.
"Upbeat, fast-paced." New York Times Book Review
"Spoons in a bit of bawdy, a soupcon of slapstick...No one can read just one page." Washington Post
"Murder at a Miami panty-hose convention: it's a perfect case for a sleuth with panache and great legs. Coming to trendy South Beach for a wedding, Regan Reilly meets the bride's favorite relative, the seventy-something Uncle Richie. He's also headed for a legwear bash with his newest invention: run-less nylons that women -- and rival manufacturers -- would kill for!
After two attempts on Uncle Richie's life and the discovery of another suspicious death, Regan finds herself in a rollicking Miami hotel filled with suspects of every stripe -- a knee-high deep in a caper that could cost her her life."
A Regan Reilly mystery by Carol Higgins Clark, who follows in her mother's footsteps, only with a lot of humor and fun thrown in!
A funny mystery that always has you wanting more.
A funny, quick read for me. A Regan Reilly mystery. Pretty good stuff.
I just loved the chareters in this one! Such a fun read!
There is murder at a panty-hose convention. Regan Reilly is on the case.
A fast-paced and enjoyable read. Another good read in the Regan Reilly series.
the newyork times bestselling author of decked... now has done a mystery called snagged.. i loved all her books
Murder at a Miami panty-hose convention?
Snagged was a good book, but you have to get into it
This is a great book. There is a fast read, humor and a light mystery. I enjoyed it.
While visiting a college chum in Naples, Florida, Regan Reilly investigates the shady murder of a pantyhose executive strangled by a pair of fishnet stockings at the Palm Hotel.
Author: Carol Higgins Clark. Murder at a Miami panty-hose convention.
Amusing, light-hearted murder mystery by Mary Higgins Clark's daughter.
I have the paperback version, if you are interested, let me know.
It was so long ago when I read this book that I can't really remember much about it.