Book Review: Smart but Dead by Nancy G. West

Smart But Dead (An Aggie Mudeen Mystery) by Nancy G. West is one of the funniest yet most intriguing novels readers will read. The main character Aggie is nothing but a funny, sharp witted woman who makes solving mysteries a fun and suspenseful adventure. Readers will feel excited and laugh all the way until the end. Nancy . West’s Aggies Mystery series is the best humor/mystery fiction that I have read. I have read her entire series thus far and I highly recommend other readers around the world to do so as well.

Smart But Dead by Nancy G. West takes readers deep into Aggie’s character. Here we are learning about aging and her encounter with a college professor who so happens to be working on a project related to aging. Aggie wants to learn more about what her professor is doing for her column about aging. However, it appears that her professor isn’t much of a help. He can’t even remeber her name right. As she learns more about the project, Human Genome and DNA, the more Aggie is determined to stay young. But soon, there’s a dead corspe on campus, and her curious nature of prodding into an investigation leads her on a rush to solve the gave before her detective friend does. Will Aggies manage to get off as the prime suspect to solve the case an stay off the list as the next dead corspe on college or will it be too late for a noisy wannabe detective? I loved reading this brilliant yet well written story. Readers everywhere will love it the moment the read the first page. A perfect way to spend any day, reading up on the next case that Aggie handles. Overall, I rate this a five out of five stars.

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