A Domestic Bliss Mystery #1 aSparkles with charm, design lore, and a sleuth with a great mantra. Cozy fans will embrace the Domestic Bliss series.a aCarolyn Hart, Edgar Award-winning author of Letters from Home aTREND: For killer decorating tips, pick up Death by Inferior Design...advice is woven into this whodunit featuring rival designers as sleuths.a aHouse and Garden Magazine aThis 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.a aMidwest Book Review aHer latest decorating job will make you feel like youave stumbled across the deadly side of HGTV.a aJerrilyn 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: Sheall design a room in one home; and the impossibly handsome Steve Sullivanaher main rivalawill 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!my bedroom design thatwas at fault, though.a aOh, no? Ia#39;ve got no wife and a broken hand. None of this would have happened if you hadna#39;t come onto the scene and toredown the wood paneling!a Okay. This was not a great time for me tobeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Death by Inferior Design|
|Publisher||:||NYLA - 2004-10-26|