Manor of Death by Leslie Caine
(Domestic Bliss Mysteries)

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Erin Gilbert is paid to bring spaces to new life–not to uncover murder. But from the beginning of her job in a Victorian manor, things are totally out of control. It starts with the sighting of a ghost and leads to the discovery of a decades-old secret, a hidden dead space in the attic, and the shocking death of a beautiful young woman. Teamed with her insufferably self-confident competitor, Steve Sullivan, Erin finds herself up against the neighbors, a troubled teen, a woman communing with the dead, and one very unnerved client. The more Erin works on the house, the more manners of death she seems to find until, like peeling off layers of wallpaper,
she suddenly sees it revealed all too clearly: the perfect blueprint for murder….

About Leslie Caine

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Leslie Caine was once taken hostage at gunpoint and finds that writing about crimes is infinitely more enjoyable than taking part in them. Leslie is a certified interior decorator and lives in Colorado with her husband, two teenage children, and a cocker spaniel.
Published July 1, 2006 by Center Point Large Print. 351 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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Caine delivers another top-notch Domestic Bliss whodunit, her third after False Premises and Death by Inferior Design . Everyo

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This murder is up close and personal for Erin .

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