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Manor of Death by Leslie Caine
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Nov 08, 08

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bookshelves: mystery, cozy
Read in November, 2006

As Erin Gilbert accepts a new project remodeling her neighbour’s Victorian manor, she quickly realizes she gets more than she bargains for. The sighting of a ghostly apparition sets up a chain of events resulting in two murders and the unearthing of a decades-old secret that involves the entire neighborhood.

This is Leslie Caine’s third novel in the Domestic Bliss series featuring interior designer Erin Gilbert. As I was reading, I got the distinct impression that I should have started at the beginning of the series and worked my way through (Caine mentions a murderer’s identity from her previous books). Regardless, this title was a quick, enjoyable read featuring a cast of “Desperate Housewivish” characters and a plethora interior decorating tips you’ll probably never use.

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