Holly and Homicide

Holly and Homicide

by Leslie Caine

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BN ID: 2940149372300
Publisher: NYLA
Publication date: 04/09/2014
Series: Domestic Bliss Mysteries , #7
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 357,925
File size: 685 KB

About 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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Holly and Homicide (Domestic Bliss Series #7) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While I enjoy the story immensely, the typos and grammar errors were a complete annoyance. I can handle a few here and there but this was almost ridiculous. That being said, it was a decent addition to the series and while I'm glad G&S are finally together, I do wish the author could have given us more of a relationship outside of the mysteries. The first 6 books they were so at each others throats they hardly had nice thing to say to each other aside from the occasional "warm feelings". However, I enjoy the characters despite all that and look forward to see who else drops dead during the next design.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this Domestic Bliss series and have read them all. I am distracted, however by the missing words and misspellings throughout. It seems to get worse with each eBook in this series. B&N-Can you possible do something about this?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story is entertaining but the typos and grammatical errors detract from the story line. 6
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mrdarcy3 More than 1 year ago
Erin and Steven finally admitted their feelings for each other. The past few months have been amazing. They're working on an old estate turned Bed and Breakfast for the holiday season. However this job is nothing like they expected. First off, the building inspector and relative of the house manager ends up strangled after refusing to pass the house. With nitpicking details, it makes Erin wonder if there's someone sabotaging the project. Before she has more time to think about this particular problem, an unexpected visitor wrecks havoc. Her ex-boyfriend from college appears and plants one on her. She barely has time to react - but she doesn't push him away immediately. Now Steve's unhappy with her. Secondly, the house doesn't feel safe anymore. There's too many lies, strange occurrences, and near accidents to feel at home. Nevertheless, Erin and Steve continue their decorations of the rooms in the Twelve Days of Christmas theme. Erin starts digging because she can't stand the tension of the house. Will her questions trigger the killer to come forward again? My Thoughts: I really like this series - for the decorating, the romance, and Erin - who is feisty, smart, curious, and a little snarky at times. Her relationship with Audrey adds a deeper dimension to the series. Plus, I do adore Christmas novels.
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I started reading this series from book 1. These books are fun to read!
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I have read all the previous books. I like reading as their lives go forward. Great story line; funny and informative on decorating tips. Looking for the next book.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Colorado, first they were enemies; then they became competitors. Erin and Steve joined forces to become Gilbert and Sullivan Designers, which ultimately led them to become lovers. They win the commission to remodel the Godwin Victorian mansion into the Snowcap Inn Bed and Breakfast. The previous owner Henry Godwin had a case of wanderlust so he sold his house to business mogul Wendell Barton, Domestic Bliss TV star Audrey Munroe and Pop star Chiffon Walters. Wendell also bought other property awhile ago on the nearby mountain and he created a ski resort, which will change the complexion of Snowcap, Colorado with an influx of outsiders. The locals are outraged encouraging Angie the building inspector to find reasons to prevent the inn from operating with guests on Christmas Eve as envisioned by Wendell and associates. Erin finds Angie's dead body out doors. She realizes her eggnog is laced with poison. When a second homicide occurs, Erin investigates, which places her in the crosshairs of a killer and of an incompetent sheriff. The whodunit is fabulous because it is cleverly constructed with red herrings and twists to keep the reader, police and Erin guessing who the killer is. The romantic subplot blends well with the detecting especially as Erin's former boyfriend arrives to add tension. Leslie Caine has written a charming colorful cozy starring a captivating amateur sleuth and the men in her life. Harriet Klausner