A review by rdpulfer
A Body to Die For by G.A. McKevett


I was looking for something a bit different, and this fit the bill. I liked Savannah a lot, but I also liked that this case - that of a in-your-face diet coach - pushed her buttons. It brought body images to the forefront, but did so without being preachy, with Savannah even admitting it brought out the worst in her. It also took quite a few twists and turns before the end. It wasn't quite as funny as I was hoping, but it was enjoyable, and I'll probably track down the earlier entries in the series now.