Soap opera writer and New Yorker Deborah Peltz doesn't hesitate to quit her job and move to Florida when her mother has a heart attack. If only supporting mom didn't mean having to get along with her thrice-divorced sister, Sharon. But Deborah and Sharon do find it a bit easier to act like devoted siblings when they are discovered standing over the body of their mother's caddish cardiologist and realize that they are one another's alibis for murder. Fans of Heller's comic novels (Infernal Affairs, LJ 2/1/96; Princess Charming, Kensington, 1997) will be delighted with her latest. This is an entertaining and amusing story, and if the identity of the murderer is a bit obvious, readers will be smiling so broadly they'll be able to ignore this flaw in an otherwise enjoyable tale.
Loved, Loved, Loved this book! Great Beach read. :) It was a PEOPLE MAGAZINE "Beach Book of the Week." It is a great book to read if you have a sister. 339 pages.