Bailey Weggins, crime writer extraordinaire, is visiting a friend’s spa for some much needed R&R when a murder occurs. Just so happens, she finds the body. Given her track record for solving mysteries, the spa owner asks for her help.
As is typical in mysteries, her snooping turns her into a target for the killer.
A Body To Die For is an easy to read, usually interesting story. However, I was distracted by the long stretches of narrative prose. While the characters were interesting and I liked and identified with Bailey, I felt the writing was weak. There were also a few plot holes that were disappointing.
Bailey Weggins, the very clever and the very irreverent true crime writer for Gloss, a leading women's magazine, is in desperate need of a little R&R after solving the murder of her boss' nanny. A trip to the Cedar Inn and Spa seems like the perfect remedy.