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    Fun, witty read

    Fun, witty book This is my first read by author Lindsay Emory and I thoroughly enjoyed her style of writing. It’s funny, witty and the characters are awesome. She develops each character to be either very likeable or totally unlikeable…so true to life. She describes sorority life as a “how to” which is great for those who wouldn’t know. The details were so vivid that I thought I was right there among them and one of the girls. This is a second book in the Sorority Sisters Mystery but I had no trouble reading it without the first one. It’s about the rush week and murders that happened just before and during rush. The main character, Margot Blythe, to me was so funny but I loved her to pieces. She is so Delta Beta that she would do anything to solve the murders and make sure her sorority gets the best new girls. The story continues about the murders, rush week and the good looking policeman, Ty Hatfield. This truly was an enjoyable, funny read. I recommended and I’ll be reading the first book, Sisterhood is Deadly soon.

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