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[img][/img][img][/img][img][/img][img][/img][img][/img] 1. If Looks Could Kill (2002) Kate White uses her experience as editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan to add a fascinating insider's perspective to her stylish series set in the New York magazine world. In her debut, If Looks Could Kill, she introduces Bailey Weggins, the sexy, savvy, street-smart reporter who specializes in true-crime stories for the upscale woman's magazine Gloss. She loves her work, adores the Greenwich Village apartment she got as part of her divorce settlement, and is frequently fed up with Manhattan's 30-something, single-again dating scene. Though she's not exactly thrilled to run out on the oh-so-sexy, commitment-shy hunk who's warming her bed early one Sunday morning, she can't ignore a call for help from her volatile boss, Cat Jones: Cat's worried because her usually reliable live-in nanny didn't show up for their appointment and isn't answering her door. It doesn't sound like much of an emergency, but Bailey finds more to worry about than she expected: The drop-dead-gorgeous nanny has in fact dropped dead, and it turns out the cause of death was poison in some purloined sweets intended for Cat. Was Cat the only target, or is someone trying to kill editors of classy women's magazines? This is one story Bailey can't afford to lose any time researching, as the deadline may be a literal one! 2. A Body to Die for (2003) Kate White's background as editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan adds depth and dazzle to her New York Times bestselling mystery series featuring a savvy, sexy magazine reporter named Bailey Weggins. In Bailey's first adventure, she tracked down the story behind the murder of her boss's nanny, proving that she had a nose for news...and a major talent for trouble. Now, in A Body to Die For, Bailey thinks a weekend at a friend's country inn and spa sounds like the perfect pick-me-up after her recent brush with death. Unfortunately, the publicity that follows Bailey's discovery of a dead body in a mud wrap won't be a selling point for the healthful qualities of her friend's otherwise delightfully elegant Massachusetts resort.... 3. 'Til Death Do Us Part (2004) When Bailey Weggins receives a phone call from Ashley Hanes, she assumes Ashley needs a fashion or publishing related favor. After all, Bailey only met the woman once when they were both bridesmaids in a wedding, and they didn't have anything in common. But Ashley needs more from Bailey than help getting into a Chanel sample sale. It turns out that two of the bridesmaids from the wedding have died in what appear to be freak accidents. One was electrocuted in her bathtub and the other had a fatal reaction to antidepressants. Ashley is sure the two cases aren't just a horrible coincidence and convinces Bailey to investigate. Before you can say "'Til death do us part," Ashley's lifeless body is found at the bottom of a flight of stairs, and Bailey realizes that she easily could be next on the killer's list. 4. Over Her Dead Body (2005) If Bailey Weggins wanted job security, she should have stayed out of the magazine business. After getting the heave-ho from Gloss, she reaches out to her old friend Robbie Hart for help. A senior editor at Now, a sizzling celebrity gossip mag, Robbie would love nothing more than to see his own boss, Mona Hodges, sent to the guillotine. Mona runs Now with an iron fist, taking no prisoners and doing no favors. But Robbie still manages to land Bailey a job. Then Mona is brutally murdered, and all eyes turn to Robbie as the prime suspect. But as Bailey soon discovers, just about everyone wanted Mona dead... 5. Lethally Blond (2007) Whenever a celebrity throws a phone, crashes a car, or kills a spouse, celebrity journalist Bailey Weggins is there to cover it for the gossip magazine Buzz. Now, the new television show Morgue is the talk of the town, and just as Bailey starts reminiscing about her brief summer fling with the show's gorgeous star, Chris Wickersham, he calls. But Chris isn't thinking about rekindling their old flame. His friend and fellow actor on the show has gone missing, and while nobody else seems to be alarmed, Chris can't believe his friend would just run off while on the brink of stardom. When Bailey starts to investigate as a favor for Chris, she soon realizes there is much more to the disappearance than meets the eye, and unless she can unearth the truth, she could become the inspiration for Morgue's next episode. All books in ePub and Mobi formats.
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