- Mass Market Paperback: 332 pages
- Publisher: Avon Books (1 February 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0060564083
- ISBN-13: 978-0060564087
- Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.2 x 17.1 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 136 g
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The Lone Star Lonely Hearts Club: A Debutante Dropout Mystery Mass Market Paperback – 1 Feb 2006
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"Readers will be anything but bored... McBride is at her best in this rollicking adventure with surprising heart."--Wichita Eagle
"[F]un...with plenty of humor and mystery."--Lincoln Journal Star (Nebraska)
"Chatty, colorful and très Texas, McBride's latest cozy is a pleasure."--Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Susan McBride is the USA Today bestselling author of Blue Blood and the Debutante Dropout Mysteries that include The Good Girl's Guide to Murder, The Lone Star Lonely Hearts Club, Night of the Living Deb, Too Pretty to Die, and Say Yes to the Death. She also writes the bestselling River Road Mysteries and has penned three women's fiction titles: The Truth About Love and Lightning, Little Black Dress, and The Cougar Club. She chronicled her bout with breast cancer in the short memoir, In the Pink: How I Met the Perfect (Younger) Man, Survived Breast Cancer, and Found True Happiness After Forty. She lives in St. Louis, Missouri, with her husband and daughter.
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Fans of the series will enjoy it; and, since each book is a stand alone story, newcomers will probably be motivated to go back and read the first two books.
Cissy, on the other hand, is everything a girl's mother should be. I just love her and wish I could be more like her. And she's sharp as a tack. Shame on Andi for thinking she's crazy. I can't believe that Andi would react the way she did. Cissy owed her a great big "I told you so" at the end of the book. And I can just imagine her in the tacky clothes and tawdry wig. You go, girl!!! (Yes, I mean Cissy, not Andi!)
Annabelle is as dumb as paint in spite of running a thriving business. Or maybe she's deliberately blind. People just don't die the way the first woman did--laid out on the bed in her best nightgown. And a healthy woman in her sixties or seventies usually doesn't just drop dead.
I guess the main lesson in this is that sometimes Mother does know best!
And Andi--lighten up.