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Fatal Fixer-upper by Jennie Bentley

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Fatal Fixer-upper (A Do-It-Yourself Mystery #1) by Jennie Bentley
Out of the blue, Avery Baker, a New York textile designer, receives a letter from her Aunt Inga inviting her to come visit. Aunt Inga states in the letter that she would like to get her affairs in order and it's time for secrets to be told, for the truth to come out, and wrongs to be put right. A great whodunit cozy mystery that includes home-renovation and design tips.

Spackled and Spooked (A Do-It-Yourself Mystery #2) by Jennie Bentley
Avery's boyfriend and business partner, Derek Ellis, wants to flip a house where a murder occurred. After they purchase the house from the sole survivor of the murder victims Avery and Derek wonder if the property is really possessed? Footsteps and screams are heard, blood is found on the stove, an earring under the fridge... and a human bone in the crawl space.

Check the catalog for availability for the other books in the series.

Nichole @ Villard Square


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