Title: Perfect is overrated
Author: Karen Bergreen
Genre: Chick Lit, Crime, Suspense
Pages: 320 (e-book)
Expected publication: July 17th, 2012 by St. Martin’s Press
Kate is the mother of one great girl of pre-school age. She divorced of her detective husband, and she suffers from postpartum depression. I didn’t hear about that kind of depression, and I googled and found this article here. When she started running for enrolment her daughter in the most prestigious school in the world, she meets Beverly Hastings with her daughter. From that moment Beverly becomes her worst enemy. Now Beverly is dead, murdered.
How this effects on her?
After many calls to her ex-husband to ask how the investigation goes, she decides to take things into her hands.
I expected more laughing consider that the author is a stand-up comedian. I was disappointed.
There were so many reflections of the main character past that I hardly recognize what’s happening (maybe I’m slow :o)).
Like I say I expected too much about this book and I was disappointed. I expected more explanation about Kate’s character and everything about her I find from her actions or I assumed from her actions in her past. The good thing is that suspense holds up until the end.
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