Jane Jeffry and longtime beau Detective Mel VanDyne finally decide to marry, but during what should have been a blissful interval between the engagement and the bouquet toss, several other occurrences take place. Mel convinces Jane and her best friend, Shelley Nowack, to take a women's safety class. They learn a lot, but the class is cut short when a dead body is discovered.
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"The plot is a little thin and much of the dialogue rings a false note. The book's most literary aspect is the wordplay of the title." - PW.
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