Saturday, April 23, 2011

Laughed 'Til He Died by Carolyn Hart

The Death on Demand series with Annie and Max Darling is a favorite of mine.  This is the 20th installment and as much as I love Annie and Max, this book dragged a bit for me.  It was too too much repetition of the suspects and their whereabouts.  It almost read as if the hashing over of the same clues again and again were used as filler. 
This time there have been several deaths apparently connected to the island’s recreation center for young people. As the investigation continues, Annie and Max are convinced that the director of the youth center is not the killer, even though she was an opponent of Booth Wagner, one of the center’s board members, who was among the victims, along with two teenagers.  While the police focus on the director, Annie, Max and friends continue searching for the truth.

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