When fashion designer Maddie Springer is invited to help style contestants in the Hawaiian Paradise Beauty Pageant, she jumps at the chance! The fantastic publicity coupled with a weeklong vacation with her best friends, Marco and Dana, is a win-win. But trouble follows her to paradise when one of the beauty queens winds up dead. Is it a case of a personal grudge, a jealous contestant...or a jealous lover? Between a pageant director on his way out, a soap star dazzling his way in, a violent antifashion protester, and a whole pageant full of competitive beauty queens, Maddie has her hands full sorting through suspects! Luckily for Maddie - or unluckily? - her wacky cast of friends and family, including LAPD Detective Jack Ramirez, are there to help her wade through motives more plentiful than pineapples at a luau.
With the televised crowning approaching, the danger escalating, and a killer on the loose, this is one beauty pageant that's about to turn ugly.
Other books in the High Heels Series: #1, Spying in High Heels; #2, Killer in High Heels; #3, Undercover in High Heels; #3.5, "Christmas in High Heels" (short story); #4, Alibi in High Heels; #5, Mayhem in High Heels; #5.5, Honeymoon in High Heels (novella); #5.75, "Sweetheart in High Heels" (short story); #6, Fearless in High Heels; #7, Danger in High Heels; #8, Homicide in High Heels; #9, Deadly in High Heels.
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By Jhbdesign on 19-03-15
Paradise, Pageants, and ....Murder
I just discovered this series. I was delighted. I'm going to go back at the first so I have lots of enjoyable listening ahead of me!
I love all the characters. I want to hang out with them!
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By Catherine on 18-11-15
I had forgotten how frequently stupid Mattie is and how grating the narrator's voice gets. She sounds extraordinarily ditzy. I hate the author's use of phrases like "I did a deep breath" which is how Junie B Jones talks in that children's book.
I was in the mood for cheerful and silly, but this was too dumb.