One thing I like about these "Funeral Fakers" books is that they're each written by a different author. So far, each has been well done, each with a different take on the whole premise. That might be hard to do, if they were all written by the same author.
On this third book of the series, the plot was more than plausible, and Rosie was just another actress who didn't "make" it in L.A. While the dead person hadn't endeared himself to many in his lifetime, Rosie still found something nice to say about him...and it was the truth. And Rosie was trying all she could just to keep her grandmother safe and happy. This is probably my favorite, and the most realistically believable, of the three I've read so far....... I recommend this, as well as the others, to anyone who wants a light, fast read, with just enough quirk to make it interesting.