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Fearless in High Heels (High Heels #6)

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Fashion designer turned amateur sleuth Maddie Springer is back!

Morning sickness sucks. Which is why fashion designer turned amateur sleuth Maddie Springer has spent the last six weeks being a couch potato and Moonlight vampire movie devotee. But when Maddie's best friends finally convince her to venture out, Maddie stumbles on a dead body of a girl who has been bitten on t
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Published November 21st 2011 by Gemma Halliday
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Megs ♥
Dec 29, 2011 Megs ♥ rated it liked it
I love Gemma Halliday and her High Heels series. It's my favorite girly, cozy mystery series by far. Gemma can be cheesy at times, but she's also quite funny. I think as far as chick-lit goes she's an excellent writer. If this is the type of book I'm in the mood for Gemma is my go to girl.

I didn't know the High Heels series was going to continue to be honest. I was glad to see it did, though, and once again was able to jump right back in to the mystery and suspense with Maddie! I adore her best
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Marla
Mar 17, 2013 Marla rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kindle-library
I'm trying to decide if the killer revealing themselves because Maddie and her friends are "getting too close", even though they are nowhere near figuring out who the killer really is, is getting tiresome or is still amusing . . . So far, still amusing, in a Scooby-Doo kind of way.

Randomly, Dana thinking her boyfriend wouldn't sign on to do a sequel to a popular movie because a business venture he barely owns a part of does good, kind of annoyed me because of it's ridiculousness. As if that woul
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Jules (Never enough time to read)
I love Maddie and the high heels series, yes the books are far from perfect but they are entertaining and Fearless in high heels is no exception.

A fun, fast and at times a rather silly read.
Siv30
Jun 02, 2016 Siv30 rated it really liked it
Shelves: mystery, high-heels
אחד הספרים המוצלחים בסידרה.
מאדי ורמירז נשואים. מאדי בהריון בשבוע 22, היא מרגישה לוויתן וגם קצת דחויה כי רמירז עסוק בלהמציא תירוצים שבדכ נשים ממציאות בכדי להימנע מיחסי מין.

מעבר ליחסים בין רמירז למאדי שמשעשעים, אמא שלה מתחרפנת ומחליטה שמאדי צריכה להתאמן על בובה דמוית תינוק, היא גם מאבזרת לה את הבית באופן טוטאלי כך שיהיה בטוח לתינוקות עד כדי נעילת אסלת השירותים.

תעלומת הרצח היא הפעם פארודיה על הטירוף הערפדי. (טוב אני מודה בכנות שגם אני עברתי טירוף כזה וקראתי די הרבה ספרי ערפדים. אפילו חשבתי שערפדים
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Cary
Aug 29, 2015 Cary rated it liked it
Hmmm pregnant and still trying to solve murders that she consistently stumbles across? A little too much internal whining this time but I am still moving on to the next one.
Marilyn
Dec 15, 2011 Marilyn rated it really liked it
I love the character of Maddie Springer. I have read the complete High Heels series. There is nothing quite like Maddie and her detective husband Jack Ramirez and the cast of quirky characters they are involved with when she is always running into dead bodies and they all try to solve it. Of course Maddie and her friends should be staying out of the investigation which continually upsets her husband who is trying to solve the crime. I hope this isn't the last in the series. This is a fun series ...more
Dee
Jun 14, 2016 Dee rated it really liked it
Maddie's best friend, Dana, decides it is time for the 5 months pregnant Maddie to get out and about and she has the perfect plan. Her movie star boyfriend has become a partner in a new club and the girls need to check it out. After being insulted by a young woman in the club (hey, she is 5 months pregnant), Maddie stumbles on the insulter, dead, in the ladies room. All indications are that the young woman had been drained of all her blood and had two puncture wounds on her neck. Maddie, Dana an ...more
Wonderly
May 24, 2012 Wonderly rated it liked it
A funny, quick, entertaining summer read! This book does not take itself seriously, so if you are searching for an intense murder mystery, this is not the book for you. However, if you are looking for something amusing to take your mind of off the real world--this book might be just the thing for you. Don't look for believability--look for a couple of laughs instead.
Pattianne
Jan 17, 2014 Pattianne rated it it was amazing
Fearless in High Heels - High Heel Mystery Series #6 - (Jack and Maddie) - Maddie tells the story how she saves Betty White.

Morning sickness sucks. Which is why fashion designer turned amateur sleuth Maddie Springer has spent the last six weeks being a couch potato and Moonlight vampire movie devotee. But when Maddie's best friends finally convince her to venture out, Maddie stumbles on a dead body of a girl who has been bitten on the neck, and life suddenly imitates art in the most deadliest of
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Nicole Dingman
Aug 17, 2015 Nicole Dingman rated it liked it
Just finished Fearless in High Heels by Gemma Halliday. Light and fun, she always aims to please. Very similar to Evanovich's style of writing. This book was a bit quirky - with a vampire theme, however I love her characters. 3 of 5 stars
Bonnie
Sep 26, 2014 Bonnie rated it it was ok
These books make me laugh out loud. Pretty silly, but it has been interesting seeing how the author develops the main characters through a budding romance, engagement and marriage and in this one, pregnancy. No easy task
Ranooshe
Jul 05, 2016 Ranooshe rated it really liked it
Shelves: cozy-mystery
I'm hooked on this series. I enjoyed reading every one of the 5 books I read already (except Alibi in high heels). However, I'm catching a pattern in the plot. I hope I don't see it again in her next book. It would be really frustrating.
The typing errors are less than last time, and the fact that Maddie is married and pregnant gives the book a new flavor.
I didn't understand why 2 call girls have the credit card of their boss to use as they please. The book never explained the reason for this.
I'm
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Jeanette montgomery
Aug 28, 2014 Jeanette montgomery rated it really liked it
I loved this book!

I love the characters and enjoyed this book from start to finish.
Angela Raedel
Jul 12, 2015 Angela Raedel rated it really liked it
Very cute and short installment in this series. Funny parts made me LOL.
Bec
May 11, 2014 Bec rated it really liked it
A fun, light hearted easy read.
Sandy
May 10, 2014 Sandy rated it really liked it
Lots of fun!
Big Book Little Book
Sep 24, 2012 Big Book Little Book rated it really liked it
Helen for Big Book Little Book

Please note that this review contains spoilers for the previous books in this series.

I have been avid follower of this series since I picked the first one for free on my Kindle. The box set followed next and then the novella, so I was excited to see that a new one arrived last year. It has taken me a while to get around to reading it however!
The series centres on Maddie Springer who is, to be frank, a little ditzy. She is a proper girlie girl, into clothes and a sho
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Laura
Jul 21, 2012 Laura rated it really liked it
Previously reviewed on www.simplylowcountry.blogspot.com

I have been a huge fan of the High Heels books since I came across the first, "Spying in High Heels" as a free download on Kindle. The books are funny reads that have a plot, but don't make you think to hard. Most of the time I can never guess the criminal.

This book, Fearless in High Heels, wasn't my favorite in the series. My favorites are books 1, 2, and 4. The series has provided the perfect blend of cozy and chick lit and once I start
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Brianna
Jan 12, 2013 Brianna rated it it was ok
Shelves: mystery-series
This book featured an interesting change for Maddie, as she was pregnant and had little to no idea about how to plan for a baby, while also trying to solve a murder so her best friend could live with her movie-star boyfriend in peace. This was one of the few times that Maddie actually investigates a murder for Dawn's sake - the murder took place at a club, the club is partly owned by Dawn's boyfriend, Ricky, and if the club doesn't re-open and start making money soon, Ricky will end up making mo ...more
Rebekah Martin
Sep 10, 2012 Rebekah Martin rated it really liked it
Shelves: spy-books, chick-lit
Maybe it's that I've read all of the high heels books to date. Maybe it's that I'm starting to get into the mind of an amateur sleuth (ha! right!), or maybe Gemma Halliday is getting predictable (unlikely), but I knew who the killer was about halfway through.
Regardless, I really enjoyed this installment of the High Heels books. I think Maddie continued to be fun, and her pregnancy added something to stories. Her mother and Mrs. Rosenblatt were especially insane over it (although, I think it wou
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Mikka Gottstein
Jun 17, 2013 Mikka Gottstein rated it really liked it
(Deutsche Kritik weiter unten)

Morning sickness, baby dolls and vampires

The plot:

Maddie - highly pregnant, murderously hungry and deadly lethargic - has spent most of her days on the sofa lately, binge-eating and sighing over campy vampire movies. Her best friend Dana decides that enough is enough! She drags Maddie into a trendy new club to give her some new energy and something else to think about but her pregnancy. It works only too well - finding a dead girl with bitemarks on her neck in the l
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Marti
Jun 03, 2014 Marti rated it liked it
The title is totally inappropriate, since the main character is pregnant and should not be wearing high heels! This is another one of the fluffy type books--well, murder isn't fluffy but... Her husband the police officer apparently can't keep her from finding crime scenes. Dana is a buff type girl friend, and Marco is one shade away from being gay. There are two bodies found, and a semi surprise at the end.
Terri
May 08, 2014 Terri rated it it was ok
Cheesy and not really my style. I almost put it down in the first few chapters of the ridiculous play on popular themes. Finished it quickly and would probably not read more unless I was looking for something light hearted and semi funny. I feel like some of the funny gambits lost their appeal as they were overly done and by the end I skimmed a bit to avoid the stereotyping.
Sarah
Dec 20, 2011 Sarah rated it did not like it
This was my first book by Ms. Halliday and for the most part it was exactly what I expected, an easily digested fluffy crime novel. However, upon reading the page where she actually uses the sentence "You gotta lot of 'splainin to do Lucy," it took every single ounce of willpower I could muster to not throw my Nook across the room. Authors, please take note. That sentence should never be uttered outside of an I Love Lucy re-run and it should never, ever, EVER be used in a book. It's over, give i ...more
Lbousson
Book #6 of High Heels Mystery

I knew what I was going into when I first read this book, still I like the old, old Maddie so much that I keep hoping that she might get a little more drama in her life; I know that's wishful thinking; the author does a great job of keeping this series as vanilla as possible, and I have to give her credit for that. I have to admit, I like Jack...I just don;t like how protective he is of her, (even though he seems to loosen up a bit in this story.) Anyway. This story
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Diana
Aug 31, 2015 Diana rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
It's all about the bump

Maybe it's my crazy mommy hormones, but I was worried about the bump the whole time. I don't think I can accurately critique this book.
Kflo
Aug 06, 2014 Kflo rated it it was amazing
LOVE this series. It is all so very LA which I love since it is my hometown.
Duckpondwithoutducks
As always, Maddie has a propensity for finding dead bodies, and then wanting to hunt down the culprit herself. But, in this book, more so than any other, I was thinking - what are you doing, Maddie? You are expecting, you shouldn't be trying to track down a murderer! One thing that I also didn't like about the book was the design of the book itself. The others in the series that I read were mass market paperbacks, and decently designed, but this one seemed really cheap, and the text wasn't even ...more
Kathy
May 14, 2016 Kathy rated it it was amazing
Best book by far in this good series. Laugh out loud moments.
Melissa
Feb 03, 2014 Melissa rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2014
This book disappointed me. It lacked substance and was extremely predictable.
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Gemma had a hard time figuring out what she wanted to be when she grew up. She worked as a film and television actress, a teddy bear importer, a department store administrator, a preschool teacher, a temporary tattoo artist, and a 900 number psychic, before finally selling her first book, Spying in High Heels, in 2005 and deciding to be a writer.

Since then, Gemma has written several mystery novels
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Other Books in the Series

High Heels (9 books)
  • Spying in High Heels (High Heels, #1)
  • Killer in High Heels (High Heels, #2)
  • Undercover in High Heels (High Heels, #3)
  • Alibi in High Heels (High Heels, #4)
  • Mayhem in High Heels (High Heels, #5)
  • Danger in High Heels (High Heels, #7)
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