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Homicide in High Heels (High Heels Mysteries) (Volume 8)

It’s springtime in California! The flowers are in bloom, the fashion week runways are fierce, and fans of America’s favorite pastime are filling the baseball stadiums to root for their favorite team. But when the girlfriend of the L.A. Stars rookie MVP winds up dead at a chic Beverly Hills salon, it’s suddenly up to fashion designer Maddie Springer to track down the “Tanning Salon Killer.” Armed with the help of her wacky cast of friends and family, Maddie finds herself with a list of suspects that includes the cast of the reality TV show Baseball Wives, a desperate blackmail victim, and an entire baseball team! If Maddie can brave the hot dogs and cat fights, she just might be able to catch a killer…before he strikes again!

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Hannah Kate says:

Best One Yet! This book picks up where the last one left off! We catch up with Maddie and the gang and of course the adorable twins and smokin’ hot Ramirez in an extremely fashionable murder mystery! With Ramirez “benched” this go around and 2 amateur detectives taking the reigns Maddie will have to pick up the slack and help solve the case while Ramirez is playing mr. mom. This book is well worth the buy and well worth the read! I love Gemma Halliday and of course cant wait to for the next…

Amazon Customer says:

I LOVE these books! I am so glad that the author continues to write these books. I am totally invested in these characters and love hearing how their lives are progressing. The relationship between Maddie and Jack has been great to see develop and has been consistent throughout this series of books.Homicide in High Heels does not disappoint! Maddie is once again roped into a homicide investigation and I laughed, as I always have, as she gets herself in sticky situations and gets caught by her husband…

Shelby Welch says:

Best of the Series Yet! I have loved all of the books in the High Heels series, but I believe this is the best one. I just love how the relationship between Maddie and Ramirez has strengthened, and they both seem very happy in their lives. And, for once, Maddie could investigate without getting on Jack’s bad side! The other characters are fun to read about and feel like old friends. The mystery is well-played; Gemma cleverly makes the reader convinced that several characters could be the guilty party. Many series…

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