When Jackie Walsh finds a dead body in a dumpster, she tries to prove this was not just a case of a drunk, homeless person freezing to death. When the police stop investigating, Jackie risks her life to solve the case.
Great book - unusual, but incredibly well written. The lead character vacillates from likable to frustrating. The characters are believable, some sympathetic and some just pathetic. I see a movie in this book's future, although I thought the ending was a bit abrupt for the information gleaned. I recommend reading this book.
This book is for non-fiction what Shopaholic is for fiction. Jen Lancaster is not only funny, but SO on point about her observations about life. She apologetically writes about her maturation from a clothes and status obsessed, overpaid dot com VP to a mature, witty, yet still wittily-caustic wife and writer. This book is funny, laugh out loud, poke your husband to wake him up and, "listen to this!" funny!
Bubbles Yablonsky, hairdresser and wanna be big story reporter, bumbles her way through another engaging puzzle. With a cast of colorful characters and some laugh-out-loud funny lines, this book is once again downright amusing.