Saturday, January 06, 2007

Size 12 Is Not Fat

Size 12 Is Not Fat by Meg Cabot Imagine Britney Spears (now 25 years old) loses all her contracts, has her money embezzled, and has to support herself with a real job. That's the situation that Heather Mills, the heroine of this book, finds herself in. So, she finds a job as assistant director of a college dorm err... residence hall in New York City.

Patiently waiting out her six months probation so she can take advantage of the free tuition given to university employees, Heather is shocked when within one week two residents die from falls in the elevator shafts. The police and campus officials determine that the deaths were accidents from "elevator surfing", but Heather is convinced that the two girls were murdered. Even if no one agrees with her, she's determined to find out who the murderer is. And, as you'd expect, her investigations put her in danger.

Told in the first person, the book is a charming read by the author of The Princess Diaries.

2 / 120 (1.76%)

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