Penny Perkins, journalist, upstanding citizen, dutiful bridesmaid, just killed her date. Smashed him on the head with a bottle of Misty Mangoberry Merlot. She is tipsy and panicked. She is wearing a heinous pink bridesmaid dress that makes her irrational. Penny knows she should call the cops and explain her date's grabby hands, his crazy eyes. She should cry self-defense. She should do a lot of things she doesn't do. Things are about to get real complicated for Penny, as her dead date's life unravels into a mystery the deeper she investigates. Death just happens to be her job. She's the newspaper's obituary writer. qThoroughly enjoyable from beginning to end, Obitchuary delivers exactly what it promises: A good chuckle, a light read, and an enjoyable cast of characters. Author Stephanie Hayes writes with a quirky sense of humor that keeps things moving at a fast pace.q -Underground Book Reviews qOBITCHUARY is a near-perfect blend of sweet, tart, and salty. It's an excellent antidote to the stresses of everyday life, a perfect book to curl up with on the couch when the economy or politics have got you down.q -IndieReader qStephanie Hayes has an ear for dialogue and a deft hand with humor in the laugh-out-loud mystery, Obitchuary. abThe humor is everywhere in this book; found in Pennyas relationship with her family, her relationship with her awkward coworker, even in the murder Penny commits. Hayes has a sense of humor that runs along the lines of Janet Evanovich.q -ForeWard Clarion ReviewsNicolea#39;s collectionofGarbage Pail Kid cards and Ken dolls with spikes through the heads. My dressup clothesalayers of white and lavender lace crinoline, plastic starter heels, luxurious velvet capes, ... Shea#39;d leave me to create my little pretend world where everyone washappy and said aHowdayadoaand drank teaon theanbsp;...
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