By Meg Cabot
Existence in all fairness rosy for plus-size ex-pop big name grew to become Assistant Dormitory Director and someday sleuth Heather Wells. Her freeloading ex-con dad is eventually relocating out. She nonetheless yearns for her sizzling landlord, Cooper Cartwright, yet her courting with "rebound beau," lively vegan math professor Tad Tocco, is greater than passable. better of all, not anyone has died in recent years in "Death Dorm," the aptly nicknamed pupil place of dwelling that Heather assistant-directs. in fact each silver lining finally has a few black cloud connected. And whilst the most recent murdered corpse to debris up her jurisdiction seems to be her particularly unlovable boss, Heather unearths herself at the shortlist of top suspects—along with the rabble-rousing boyfriend of her high-strung pupil assistant and an indecently good-looking younger campus minister who is been accused of taking liberties with sure ladies' choir contributors. With status beckoning her again into convey enterprise (as the big name of a brand new young children' show!) it is a fairly undesirable time to get wrapped up in one other murder. Plus Tad's been operating himself as much as ask her an incredible query, which Heather's uncertain she has a solution for . . .
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In front of the library, and the president’s office? ” “Really, Sebastian,” Sarah says, in the kind of voice only a woman who adores a guy who is frustratingly oblivious to her feelings for him ever uses. ” He throws her an aggrieved look. ” he cries. ” Sarah says. “She just found her boss slumped over dead, for crying out loud. ” Sebastian cries. “Just show up and do a number. Something inspiring. ’ ‘Sugar Rush’ would be great, too. And it can be unplugged. ” “God,” Sarah says, shaking her head in disgust.
Detective Canavan gives me a look. And I do mean a look. ” “A . . ” I realize I sound like Jamie Price, 42 Meg Cabot raising my inflection to an interrogative. But I can’t help it. Detective Canavan’s scaring me a little. I’ve been involved in plenty of murders in Fischer Hall before. But I’ve never been a suspect in any of them before. Besides, his grilling me like this reminds me of my dad. If my dad had any interest whatsoever in my personal life. Which, it happens, he does not. ” he demands.
Tell me about it. Well, at least this time, whoever offed your boss did so from the street, not from inside the building, for a refreshing change. ” My jaw drops. “I’m a suspect? ” His expression doesn’t change. “You heard me. ” “But after all we’ve been through together. ” I cry. “You know I’d never—” “I already heard about the paper, Wells,” Detective Canavan says shortly. “The . . ” I am, to put it bluntly, flabbergasted. “Oh, come on! ” “No,” Detective Canavan says. ” I demand hotly. “It was Sarah, wasn’t it?
Big Boned (Heather Wells Mysteries) by Meg Cabot