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Grin And Bear It
Grin And Bear It
Author: Leslie Lafoy
ISBN-13: 9780373880737
ISBN-10: 0373880731
Publication Date: 12/1/2005
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
This books starts with a plane crash - and the body on board being eaten by a bear! You'll have a good read while trying to figure out who done it to whom.
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Part mystery, part adventure, part humor. A woman's soon-to-be ex-husband dies in a plane crash and is presumably eaten by a bear. He leaves behind a trail of bad dealings that lead investigators to suspect his wife is behind his death. The plot thickens as the body count goes up.
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Husband's plane crashes, but there is no body. Wife becomes prime suspect. Funny mystery
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Screwball comedy from a writer I'll be looking for again.

As Stacy Kavanaugh's acrimonious divorce drags toward its conclusion, her soon-to-be ex-husband manages to crash his private plane into a Montana mountainside. When Stacy is the discovered to be the beneficiary of a hitherto-unknown half million dollar life insurance policy, she quickly finds herself suspected of arranging the accident.

LaFoy's finely-tuned sense of the ridiculous manages to keep all this funny in a Janet-Evanovitch kind of way. Great fun.
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I enjoyed the book, Stacy was witty and fun. New things happening all the time. I enjoyed the characters.
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"How am I, a smart, confident-and did I mention, innocent?--wonam suppose to react when smack-dab in the middle of my messy divorce the single-engine plane of my soon-to-be ex-husband crashes into the mountains of Montana's Bitterroot National Forest and I become the prime suspect in his disappearance?*"

*"Did I also mention that there was no body? (There is a very strong possibility it has been dragged away by bears. Yes, bears!"

"Grin and bear it--like I've done most of my adult life--only now, I've decided, I/m going to be the one asking the important questions (see above) and not taking any answers at face value..."