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A Date You Can't Refuse

Harley Jane Kozak

Hardcover

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Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (3/17/2009)
Compact Disc (2/14/2012)
MP3 CD (3/3/2009)
Compact Disc (3/3/2009)

Description

Serial dater and greeting-card artist Wollie Shelley goes undercover in a media-training company suspected of video piracy, but when a dead body appears on the company’s property, she’s caught up in a conspiracy that goes way beyond some stolen DVDs.

Wollie Shelley isn’t happy about taking the job as a “social coach” at MediaRex, but the FBI makes her an offer she can’t refuse. If she agrees to infiltrate the company, they’ll guarantee that her schizophrenic brother will have a home at the federally subsidized halfway house he’s come to love. So Wollie launches into teaching three foreign celebrities how to cope with the customs of Beverly Hills, improve their English, and become Oprah-ready. And when a coyote-chewed corpse appears in the MediaRex compound, Wollie realizes that her colleagues are concealing some serious secrets of their own.



Praise For A Date You Can't Refuse

Praise for Dead Ex
"A page-turner of a mystery. A lovable sleuth. A real winner!" —Janet Evanovich

“A Greek mythology twist and crackling insider insight into the fascinating soap opera world enhance this clever whodunit.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“For drama, wit and just plain fun, every life (and death) needs a little Wollie.” —Kirkus Reviews
Dead Ex is a charming book with a well-done mystery and one of the most likeable heroines in the genre.” —Chicago Sun-Times

Praise for Dating Is Murder

“Kozak has a breezy style and delightful wit that leave us with just one question: Where’s book 3?” —Entertainment Weekly

Praise for Dating Dead Men

“[Kozak’s] literary debut is warm, engaging, and deeply funny—and offers more insight and depth than are found in just about any other chick lit offering out there today.” —Washington Post

Doubleday, 9780385518031, 336pp.

Publication Date: March 1, 2009