Meg Cabot's books are fun. This one is the first in her Heather Wells mystery series. We gave it a B. Blythe wrote:
I picked up this book mostly because it sounded like a lot of fun, and it was. I simply loved Heather; she’s full of self-deprecating charm, wit, and personality. Although she’s been famous and still knows famous people, she still has something of an everywoman quality about her. Most women will be able to relate to her on some level, whether it’s the constant temptation to eat HoHos, the annoyance at a fruitless shopping trip for a formal dress, or even the temptation to be too nice (she still calls her crook mom who stole all her money).