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Dead Ex is another full-out romp of a mystery sure to please Kozak’s many fans—and win her many new ones, too.
This book was a fun read (or listen, in this case). I should have found her hard to connect with: a 6 foot tall denizen of the L. celebrity set (she isn't a celebrity herself, although she has a brush with it), but I was clearly riding through the book with her-- laughing as the situations she got into inspired some of her "alternative greeting cards", worrying about the trouble her best friend was in, concerned about her relationship with her boyfriend.
I particularly enjoyed the "You will see Greeks everywhere" thread running through the book.
Wollie is commissioned to paint a mural featuring Greek Mythology, in spite of knowing nothing about the subject.
She's sleeping in his apartment, with her stuff in a suitcase in her very own walk in closet.
Both of them are having a little trouble (or maybe too little trouble) separating work and pleasure: She picks up a job as a "dating correspondent" for a soap gossip show, he's an FBI agent with an undercover role dating a beautiful woman.
She was born Susan Jane Kozak in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Dorothy (Taraldsen), a university music teacher, and Joseph Aloysius Kozak, an attorney.
Wollie Shelley—the endearing, idiosyncratic heroine of the award-winning Dating Dead Men and Dating Is Murder—returns in a funny murder mystery set in the world of television soaps.
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I have often heard her character, Wollie, compa I finished this book and I really liked it, just like I have liked all of Harley Jane Kozak's books.