By Meg Cabot
Existence is fairly rosy for plus-size ex-pop megastar grew to become Assistant Dormitory Director and someday sleuth Heather Wells. Her freeloading ex-con dad is eventually relocating out. She nonetheless yearns for her sizzling landlord, Cooper Cartwright, yet her courting with "rebound beau," energetic vegan math professor Tad Tocco, is greater than passable. better of all, not anyone has died in recent times in "Death Dorm," the aptly nicknamed pupil place of abode that Heather assistant-directs. in fact each silver lining finally has a few black cloud connected. And whilst the most recent murdered corpse to mess up her jurisdiction seems to be her quite unlovable boss, Heather unearths herself at the shortlist of leading suspects—along with the rabble-rousing boyfriend of her high-strung pupil assistant and an indecently good-looking younger campus minister who is been accused of taking liberties with definite ladies' choir individuals. With reputation beckoning her again into convey enterprise (as the celebrity of a brand new childrens' show!) it is a particularly undesirable time to get wrapped up in one other murder. Plus Tad's been operating himself as much as ask her an immense query, which Heather's unsure she has a solution for . . .
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Let me see. ” the emergency operator squawks in my ear. “Yes, hello,” I say. ” I give them the address, even though it’s hardly necessary. Every emergency operator in Manhattan knows where Death Dorm is by now. “Just go sit down over there at Heather’s desk,” Pete is saying to Sarah, as he pulls the door to Dr. Veatch’s office closed behind him. ” Sarah demands. “What’s going on in there? Why don’t you want to me see? This isn’t fair. ” Pete wants to know. ” “You can’t tell me what to do,” Sarah cries.
Sure, it’s only a little after eleven. But hey. I ran today. Would it be so wrong to have a little snack? Magda is sitting at the cash register, perfecting her twoinch robin’s egg blue (in honor of spring) nails with a sequined file that says PRINCESS on one side of it, and looking bored. She brightens when she sees me. “Heather,” she cries. The cafeteria is mostly empty so early in the day. The only people in it are residents who didn’t wake up in time for breakfast taking advantage of the allday bagels, and all the members of the NYPD Magda has waved in for free, who’ve headed straight for the taco bar.
No, you couldn’t,” Sebastian says. “Freedom of speech! ” “Seriously,” Sarah says with a grunt. “They’re fascists, but not that fascist . ” “Watch them,” I say. “Come on. I totally support you guys, and everything. Have I said anything about the fact that you, Sebastian, are constantly hanging around this building, even though you are not, in fact, an undergraduate, and do not, in fact, even live here? But sing at your rally? In Washington Square Park? In front of the library, and the president’s office?
Big Boned (Heather Wells Mysteries) by Meg Cabot