Thursday, February 3, 2011

Goodnight Nobody

Goodnight Nobody by Jennifer Weiner was a book I found a bit of a chick lit at first. Then it turned into a bit of a mystery and I soon found it a book I wanted to get back to reading to find out the end.

Kate Klein, an "accidental mother of three" in suburban Connecticut, misses New York City and just doesn't seem to fit in with all of the expensively dressed mommies. A former journalist, Kate is bored staying at home until the day she is invited to lunch at a neighbor's house and finds the woman's body lying in a pool of blood. With the help of her outrageous best friend and a detective, a former flame from New York, she swiftly begins her own investigation into the murder, uncovering plenty of suburban secrets along the way. Although this novel is billed as Weiner's first mystery, libraries may want to shelve it with her other fiction, as die-hard mystery fans may be less than impressed.

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