Daisy McDare wants nothing more than to find the man of her dreams and build a thriving interior decorator business. Instead she finds herself heartbroken and in the middle of a murder investigation.
"Curl up with this cozy mystery!"
Daisy McDare is busy nursing a broken heart, trying to build up her interior decorator business, and baking cookies when murder strikes Cozy Creek. At first she leaves the investigation to Chris Crumple, the local bumbling police detective. But when Crumple arrests the wrong suspect, Daisy takes the investigation into her own hands.
""Sweet" Cozy mystery"
Belle Brezing made a major career move when she stepped off the streets of Lexington, Kentucky, and into Jennie Hill's bawdy house: an upscale brothel run out of a former residence of Mary Todd Lincoln. At 19, Brezing was already infamous as a youth steeped in death, sex, drugs, and scandal.
"All over the place, although great historical fact"
Murder once again strikes the quaint little tourist town of Cozy Creek. This time the victim is an arrogant independent film director who has a bad habit of making of enemies. As the set decorator for the movie, Daisy is in a unique position to do some serious sleuthing. But she can't solve the murder alone.
"Sweet Cozy Goodness!"
This set features three complete Daisy McDare cozy mysteries including: Daisy McDare and the Deadly Art Affair: Daisy McDare wants nothing more than to find the man of her dreams and build a thriving interior decorator business. Instead she finds herself heartbroken and in the middle of a murder investigation.
"didn't get far!"
Despite the fact that her love life is a disastrous mess, Zoe Watson's cleaning service, Maid for Love, is enjoying record profits. Her crew handles the removal of household dust and clutter, leaving Zoe free to use her special gift for memory alteration to erase her client's painful memories. But although she can wipe the slate clean for clients, she's had far less luck erasing the thoughts of her ex-boyfriend, Michael Archer, from her own heart.
"The narration makes this okay book really not okay."