Tuesday, September 16, 2008

143. Dying To Sell by Maggie Sefton

about the book

Real estate agent Kate Doyle knew divorce was messy especially when mixed with business, but she didn't expect it to be bloody. Kate agrees to sell the home of old friends who're locked in bitter wrangling and manages to keep the peace long enough to get signatures on contacts. She congratulates herself on what will be an easy sale in this upscale Colorado college town. However, Kate's celebration turns to horror when she walks into the lawyer-client's study to find him brutally murdered—stabbed in the throat.
Kate's real estate license helps her dig into the clever lawyer's dealings as she sifts clues from cyber space to crawl space. Unfortunately, her snooping tempts the killer to exercise his own license—to kill.

I really enjoyed this book.. However, I was annoyed to find out it was the only book written in the real estate mysteries. The author has another cozy series that are knitting mysterys. I guess I will have to give one a try one of these days.

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