'Til Death Do Us Part
Kate White
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'Til Death Do Us Part

Kate White
Warner Boooks
Hardcover
320 pages
May 2004
rated 4 of 5 possible stars

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From up-and-coming author Kate White comes yet another riveting and suspenseful Bailey Weggins mystery. Itís a story about a series of accidental deaths plaguing a group of women who were all bridesmaids at mutual friend Peytonís wedding. True crime writer Bailey Weggins, herself one of the bridesmaids, is skeptical when fellow bridesmaid Ashley initially reveals her personal suspicions about the all-too coincidental deaths.

Having a vested interest in uncovering the truth, Bailey, together with Ashley, goes to cold but scenic Greenwich, Connecticut, where Peyton, an aspiring Martha Stewart, has set up her cooking/catering empire. When Ashley falls to her death, Bailey is alarmed but dauntlessly continues investigating, following scattered clues and red herrings even as she deals with personal and professional issues. The cops donít believe her, sheís got no concrete proof, and Bailey keeps getting attacked. What is the intrepid writer missing? Can she connect the clues before she ends up the next victim?

In a tale thatís Hitchcockian in style as well as execution, Kate White and her Bailey Weggins take readers on a rollercoaster ride of a whodunit. íTil Death Do us Part is riveting, intense and an addictive read, all the more due to the basis of the plot: a series of deaths which may or may not be murders. While Bailey herself goes from a skeptic to a believer, nobody else thinks so. This twist in the plot makes the story more edgy and interesting. Itís also a skillful move on the authorís part to keep readers in tense suspense as to whether theyíre even reading a whodunit. Bailey, as well as other characters, are all portrayed realistically with inner dilemmas, professional issues and rocky relationships. This is the third book so far in the Bailey Weggins series, and both Bailey and White have grown with the series. This book is a solidly structured read thats, as always, bound to please readers.



Originally published on Curled Up With A Good Book at www.curledup.com. © Rashmi Srinivas, 2004

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