Size Doesn't Matter - Meg Cabot Reviews
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Meg Cabot Size Doesn't Matter (A Heather Wells Mystery) (A.K.A.: ...
A third Heather Wells mystery from the bestselling author of The ...
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by Meg Cabot - written on 07/07/10
This book is very interesting and you just want to read on and on. Its an exciting and realistic story about a girl called heather who found her boss dead in his office and this book takes us through the investigation into who killed him. Along the way there is also some romance and unexpected i love you confessions. This book just keeps you guessing about who killed him, at one point in the book you will think it is someone and the next you consider it could be a different person however who actually killed him you will have to find out. Heather at the same time as trying to find out who murdered her boss, is also trying to end a graduate students' strike, find out who . Read the complete review
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