The Thousand-Dollar Tan Line by Rob Thomas
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
It's nice to read a book in a series that you are familiar with; to know the people, the places, what makes them tick.
And it's nice to see Veronica again.
This really gets her point of view, her voice.
The mystery: spring break at Neptune, two girls have disappeared. One has a surprising link to Veronica.
A solid mystery; I didn't guess the resolution. Veronica Mars' fans will like this.
I'm a bit torn about the reappearance of a certain character; and I wish more attention was paid to Veronica's student loans; and the more I read, and ponder, (and haven't seen season 4), the more I wonder... how could so many in Neptune be corrupt and Keith Mars be so good? Was there ever a darker version of Keith?
Anyway. Back to the book. Read it.
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