Sunday, April 30, 2017

Deck the Hallways - Spotlight

I enjoy watching a few cozies that have been made into movies. I've really been enjoying watching the Fixer Upper Mysteries and tweeting along during the commercials (I pay attention while the show is on!). Imagine how thrilled I was when I won an autographed copy of one of Kate Carlisle's books during the premier of Concrete Evidence: A Fixer Upper Mystery. While I read and adore her Bibliophile Mystery series, this series is on my TBR pile, patiently waiting.

So today I'm shining a spotlight on the book I won: Deck the Hallways, the fourth in the Fixer Upper Mystery series by Kate Carlisle.

From the back cover:

Someone's been slayed! If contractor Shannon Hammer can't nail the real culprit in the St. Nick of time, her dad will wind up in the clink...

Even at Christmastime, Shannon is more spackle than sparkle, which is why she leaps at the chance to transform a grand old Victorian mansion into ten charming apartments for homeless families. Filled with the spirit of the season, all of Lighthouse Cove turns out to help including her best friends, a troupe of far0from-angelic Santa Claus impersonators, and her father, Jack.

But their merriment is soon dashed by a heated scuffle between Jack and the miserly president of the bank who's backing the project. When the man is murdered, all eyes are on Jack, and visions of prison time dance in Shannon's head. Now, she needs to pull off a crime-solving miracle, before her father's Christmas goose is cooked...

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