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Interior decorator Madison Night might look like a throwback to the 60s, but as business owner and landlord, she proves that independent women can have it all. When a killer targets women dressed in her signature style - estate sale vintage to play up her resemblance to fave actress Doris Day - what makes her unique might make her dead. The local detective connects the new crime to a 20-year-old cold case, and Madison's long-trusted contractor emerges as the leading suspect. As the body count piles up, Madison uncovers a Soviet spy, a campaign to destroy all Doris Day movies, and six minutes of film that will change her life forever.

©2014 Diane Vallere (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • MT
  • 02-23-18

Good mystery that turns absurd

A decent mystery but the last few chapters turn completely ridiculous. There's some cruelty to a cat the main character is supposed to be "caring for", and a police officer who finds sexual harassment entertaining, and those things just kind of rubbed me the wrong way. But the mystery itself is good and keeps you guessing.

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It took awhile but worth the wait<br />

It took awhile for me to get into the novel. There was something initially annoying about the reader and the protagonist that turned me off. But I kept on and am glad that I did. Good mystery, plot twists and touches of humor.

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 12-11-16

It was okay

This was an okay mystery. The biggest problem was the narrator. I didn't like her voice. I will probably get the next one.