Regan Reilly the private investigator star of this series is arrogant and annoying. There were very cheesy jokes, cheesy dialogue and even a cheesy plot. Solving A Crime at A Ski Resort can be All Downhill! Born in New York City, Clark received her B. Reagan's vacation time turns suddenly into a working vacation when some expensive paintings are stolen from a friend's residence and, of course, the Reilley's are right in the thick of it. Great story Would you consider the audio edition of Iced to be better than the print version? But this book is not a romance one. Although, some of her ties were a bit unbelievable.
During college, she began re-typing her mother's transcripts. Love following Regan Reilly Mysteries! There is a point where the housekeeper, Bessie, sees something suspicious and has to track down a landline phone to try and call the private investigator, Regan. I'd like Regan to at least once, figure it out and live up to her reputation - and show me she's a competent P. This is what I think about Carol Higgins Clark: Her plots are great. Kerry's older sister, Aline, a 28-year-old guidance counselor, is determined to assist the prosecutor's office in learning the truth. Bookseller: , Ohio, United States Grand Central Publishing, 1996.
They parked in the driveway, positioning the dark gray sedan for a quick getaway, walked briskly up the steps to the front porch and rang the bell. Ethan a reformed jewel thief, who now works as care taker for a well known actress in Aspen, Colorado. I loved the scenic descriptions, the humor and the mystery factor as well as some of the slightly exaggerated characters. Million-dollar paintings have been disappearing, and an old friend of Regan's-a folksy ex-con named Eben Bean-has vanished too. Before their marriage, Celia confided the secret of her earlier life. It's a full blown mystery.
Alison is the fifth woman in the class whose life has come to a sudden, mysterious end. There is plenty of action, but no drama, nothing tense, emotional, and nobody that I really care about. Reagan's vacation time turns suddenly into a working vacation when some expensive paintings are stolen from a friend's residence and, of course, the Reilley's are right in the thick of it. I'm not going to reveal it but I was surprised with how that part of the mystery wrapped up - I'm not entirely sure I bought the scene of their reunion and the easy acceptance. But a mystery soon has the chic detective snooping rather than skiing. To their shock, they find out at their 10-year reunion that her body has been discovered in an excavation. This book was awkward and felt amateurish at times.
It's a characteristically old fashioned mystery. Just as her mother does, Clark writes suspense books. Having read a lot of books, I'm not easily surprised, or rather, not easily majorly surprised, but this book did just that. Normally, I would probably already be giving up on this series but I know it has to get better because I have read a later installment that was quite good. Ethan a reformed jewel thief, who now works as care taker for a well known actress in Aspen, Colorado.
Regan Reilly has high hopes for her Aspen vacation. A fifth dress is in shreds on the floor. She tells a really good tale. But a mystery soon has the chic detective snooping rather than skiing. Possible ex library copy, thatâll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Carol Higgins Clark has appeared on the game show, To Tell The Truth.
Now she may be the only person in town who believes he is innocent. If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be? Regan - she still has a way to go before I really like her. I loved the scenic descriptions, the humor and the mystery factor as well as some of the slightly exaggerated characters. Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. This is what I think about Carol Higgins Clark: Her plots are great. Among the revelers is Regan Reilly, a bright young private investigator who has come from L. Everyone except Regan believes Eben has gone bad.
Yet, when a challenge required a one-word title, I decided to give Carol Higgins Clark a try. Regan had the perfect dress made by two young designers on Manhattan's Lower East Side. New York: Warner Books, 1995. The main characters are pretty well fleshed out. A good book to read when you are kept in because of the weather or you feel too tired to budge. I have been only been reading this series because it was preloaded on my replacement Kindle that I received from the school district when my orignal one crashed.