Decorating Schemes

series: Deadly D├ęcor Mysteries

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Haley Farrell's life is back on track. Cleared of any involvement in the murder of her best friend, Haley has found loyal decorating clients and has taken over a successful auction house. Life is good--even if she does have to deal with good-looking but infuriating general contractor Dutch Merrill once again.

But when another body is uncovered, it's clear that the death was no accident. What's worse, Dutch is implicated. Haley realizes it's up to her to help him prove his innocence. Can she clear him of the crime--and keep herself out of danger at the same time?

Immediately engaging and full of humor and heart, the second book in the Deadly Décor Mystery series continues the fun and excitement readers found in Design on a Crime. They'll be dying for more from this fun series!


"Ginny Aiken has a beautiful ability to mingle comedy with tragedy, making the reader laugh and cry almost in the same breath."--Hannah Alexander, author, Last Resort and Note of Peril

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  1. Ginny Aiken

    Ginny Aiken

    Former newspaper reporter Ginny Aiken discovered books at a very early age, writing her first novel at age fifteen. She is the author of the Silver Hills Trilogy, the Deadly Decor Mysteries, Priced to Move, and A Steal of a Deal. A frequent...

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"Ginny Aiken has done a great job. The characters are rich with emotion and reality. The mystery is well formed and played out. Humor mixed in with dark details gives comedic relief in perfect spots to relieve all the tension. I loved the book. The pages kept turning from the minute I started. Ginny Aiken has developed the characters to a point of making them friends with whom I can't wait to visit again."

"Ginny has spun a fun tale around a core of solid truth and does a wonderful job bringing the story to a satisfactory and surprising conclusion. For fans of the character Haley Farrell, this will be a delightful addition to the series. The story is an enjoyable read and well written."--Novel Reviews