Rushing to Die
By: Lindsay Emory
Series: Sorority Sisters Mystery, #2
Publication Date: December 29, 2015
Publisher: William Morrow
Reviewed from: an eARC provided by the publisher--thank you!
About Rushing to Die:In the second installment of Lindsay Emory's Sorority Sisters Mystery series, chapter advisor Margot Blythe must expose a sorority row assassin before she becomes the killer s next target.
Three months into her tenure as the Sutton College Delta Beta chapter advisor, Margot Blythe has the sorority in tip-top shape, just in time for sorority rush. Snapping and stomping in perfect synchronization, everyone is hopeful that after this rush, Delta Beta s reputation as the murder house will be forgotten.Until a body is found in the Delta Beta backyard. Again. The woman is found wearing a Delta Beta shirt, which is troublesome enough; even more distressing, no one in the chapter recognizes her. Unwilling to let a minor inconvenience like potential murder spoil the social calendar, Margot gladly hands off the investigation to local police cutie Ty Hatfield, while the Delta Beta girls throw themselves into rush preparations.
But when another body is found, with the terrifying possibility of more to come, Margot does the only thing a responsible advisor can do and demands that rush be canceled, making enemies in every house on sorority row. When the resulting furor starts to get dirty, it s up to Margot to uncover some nasty messes tucked away in the sorority closets to save her sisters reputations, and their lives.
A witty, engrossing mystery for fans of Susan McBride.
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What a delightful, fun read to start the New Year! I have not read a cozy style mystery in quite some time so this was a lot of fun for me to pick up and read. Margot is the quintessential sorority girl, perfect to lead the incoming pledge class into becoming the perfect sorority sister. Only murders are happening again--and Margot is not going to let the police handle it on their own. Enter Detective Ty Hatfield. Their battering was fun and he was frustrated with Margot when she would not help speed along the investigations. The book is a quick read--pick it up when you want something to make you smile and get sucked away for a bit.
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