Fatal Flip by Peg Marberg

By Peg Marberg

The hot inside layout secret for afans of HGTV and comfortable mysteries.a( LESLIE CAINE, writer OF "POISONED through GUILT")
everyone seems to be anticipating inside dressmaker Jean Hastingsas recovery of a Victorian mansion, however the open residence turns into against the law scene whilst a physique is found.

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Because the window seat had been more JR’s idea than mine, I was eager to see my daughter’s reaction to the ac­ cent pillows I’d added to the piece the previous day. But to my dismay, I noticed that something was different. A pil­ low was missing. It was the distinctive mauve-colored one that was embroidered with the message: rest in peace. I had debated with Mary about using the pillow with its por­ tentous message. She thought it was cute while I thought it was creepy. Since I had rejected all of Mary’s other decor suggestions, I reluctantly gave in and tucked the puffy pil­ low between two larger and, in my opinion, more suitable ones.

I didn’t need to be told how Bambi felt about the matter. The sullen look on her face spoke volumes. Since Harry was in such a talkative mood, I thought it was an opportune time to ask how and when he’d become acquainted with Stuart Goodenough. “Actually, I met him shortly after moving to Indiana. It was at an Indianapolis medical center where we were both waiting to see the same doctor,” said Harry. Bambi was with me at the time and struck up a conversation with Mr. Goodenough. When she commented on the lack of night­ life in Seville, Stuart offered to show us what Indy had to offer.

Like JR, I, too, let the lid of the window seat slam down with a re­ sounding thud. ” Amanda Little coolly demanded as she extracted herself from JR’s grasp. Without waiting for the answer, she marched over to the seat, opened the lid, picked up the mauve-colored pillow and did a classic double take. “Oh my God,” she screamed, “it’s Stuart Goodenough! I think he’s dead and I think I’m going to be sick. Forget the open house. ” Sunday’s open house had become Saturday night’s crime scene. The golden girl of Seville’s chamber of com­ merce was right on all counts.

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