When her young nanny dies of poisoned chocolates meant for her, magazine editor Cat Jones enlists the help of freelance crime writer Bailey Weggins in If Looks Could Kill. The story is set in Manhattan where the main characters work together at "Gloss Magazine." Kate White (former editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan) gives the reader a great inside look at both the magazine and the fashion industries.
This is the first of the Bailey Weggins series; one critic describes it as "Nancy Drew meets Sex and The City" and I fully agree. Overall, it's an easy read and the main character is interesting and easy to relate to.
Marlene @ Villard Square