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In a world where stick thin women adorn fashion magazines and silver screens, plus-sized private eye Savannah Reid is grateful for the wild success - and fabulous fashion tips - of full figured model Cait Connor. When Cait is found dead after months of extreme dieting, everyone assumes the risky regimen did her in. But then a second full figured model meets an untimely end, and it's time to weigh the facts...and search for suspects.

©2004 G.A. McKevett and the Kensington Publishing Corp. (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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Where does Cereal Killer rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Great story but I have big issues with Savannah's family and how weak her character is projected by the author when it comes to her family members. She goes from a warrior princess to a door mat of a wimp. Once you can get past the sister it's a good story.

Which character – as performed by Dina Pearlman – was your favorite?

Tammy, health nut extraodinaire. She's funny too. Love her banter with Dirk.

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Another cheerful romp involving plus-size models

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I love losing myself in Savannah's world, particularly in between other darker series. It lightens my mood! Dealing with yet another crazed sibling, I can't help but wonder when Savannah will, once and for all, deal with the angst that runs in her family. Until then, they definitely provide a lot of entertainment.

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