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I gave up before the end of the first chapter. Just couldn't ignore all the errors and typos, especially the number 1 constantly being used instead of the letter I. No one can proof read their own work - so get someone else to do it for you!
I like this novel better than number 3 in the series. Hannah Ives has formed a team for a fund-raising 5k race. She meets a former roommate from the hospital who is in remission and looking great. Great, that is, until her untimely death.
Hannah becomes involved in a Web of insurance fraud involving the sale of beneficiary rights to insurance policies, along with policies sometimes fraudulently obtained. It is a crime story as much as a mystery, as guilty parties are often obvious well before the end of the novel. However, there is a surprise at the end.
Her writer friend, Naddie Bromley becomes involved. It helps that some of the criminal element are not overly bright, often the case in real life. The action builds as you approach the end of the novel, and it will keep you up late finishing it.
In regard to the fundraiser at the start of the novel, I was part of Christie's Team at the 2005 Relay for Life fundraiser in Vicksburg. Our's was a walk. The teams had booths. Christie's Team sold balloons, donuts, hot coffee and cocoa, bottled water, sno-cones, popcorn, and cotton candy. It was overnight from 7 PM to 7 AM. There was live entertainment, and competitive events between teams.