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Death by Inferior Design: A Domestic Bliss Mystery #1
     

Death by Inferior Design: A Domestic Bliss Mystery #1

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by Leslie Caine
 
A Domestic Bliss Mystery #1
“Sparkles with charm, design lore, and a sleuth with a great mantra. Cozy fans will embrace the Domestic Bliss series.” —Carolyn Hart, Edgar Award-winning author of Letters from Home
“TREND: For killer decorating tips, pick up Death by Inferior Design…advice is woven into this

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A Domestic Bliss Mystery #1
“Sparkles with charm, design lore, and a sleuth with a great mantra. Cozy fans will embrace the Domestic Bliss series.” —Carolyn Hart, Edgar Award-winning author of Letters from Home
“TREND: For killer decorating tips, pick up Death by Inferior Design…advice is woven into this whodunit featuring rival designers as sleuths.” –House and Garden Magazine
“This story is delightful in every way…entertaining, humorous, serious, and totally engrossing from the first page to the last. And sprinkled throughout are tasty decorating tips.” –Midwest Book Review
“Her latest decorating job will make you feel like you’ve stumbled across the deadly side of HGTV.” —Jerrilyn Farmer, #1 Los Angeles Times bestselling author of the Madeline Bean mysteries
Interior decorator, Erin Gilbert heads to picturesque Crestview, Colorado for a friendly (if sharks are friendly) competition: She’ll design a room in one home; and the impossibly handsome Steve Sullivan—her main rival—will do a room in another. The prize? A big feature in Denver Magazine, showcasing their interior design business.
Who could have dreamed the uproar to ensue in a neighborhood full of eccentric homeowners, jealously hidden secrets and a few marriages in need of total makeovers. Trapped together in the midst of chaos, could the charming Steve turn out to be a…friend?
But between her custom, cushy pillows and dramatic drapery, Erin uncovers a very undecorative dead body, too many suspects, and a killer who seems to have designs…on her!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781625174161
Publisher:
NYLA
Publication date:
10/26/2004
Series:
Domestic Bliss Mysteries , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
400
Sales rank:
1,483
File size:
530 KB

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Meet the Author

Leslie Caine was once taken hostage and gunpoint and finds that writing about crimes is infinitely more enjoyable than taking part in them.
She is author of three cozy mystery series: the Molly Masters Mysteries, writing as Leslie O’Kane, featuring Leslie's alter ego: a mother of two cartoonist who creates eCards; the Allie Babcock Mysteries, writing as Leslie O’Kane, featuring a dog therapist; and the Domestic Bliss Mysteries, writing as Leslie Caine, featuring interior designers Erin Gilbert and Steve Sullivan.

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Death by Inferior Design: A Domestic Bliss Mystery #1 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous 19 hours ago
Loved it!
Anonymous 3 days ago
It was entertaining at first but then dragged on with implausible events and characters. Read it to the end and was disappointed by all the loose ends of the plot and the main character's attitude.
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Anonymous 22 days ago
Very enjoyable without swearing or sex I enjoyed it very much.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dizneyfreek More than 1 year ago
Cute story. I didn't want to put it down. The plot twists were fun but some characters were a bit shallow and not believable.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book. Great cozy mystery.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it! Kept me entertained throughout!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story includes a mystery, a little romance and a lot of interior design. It follows the idea of the TV show Trading Spaces in which neighbors assist in redecorating one room of the other's home. Add in a murder and some crazy neighbors and it's a fun read. Definitely more chick lit due to all the decorating stuff.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good mystery LL
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just could not get into it. Did not finish.