Fatal Fixer-upper

Fatal Fixer-upper

Book - 2008
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Avery Baker was once a New York textile designer, but inheriting her aunt’s old Maine cottage has led her down a new career path—home renovation. Now, with help from hunky handyman Derek Ellis, Avery starts learning the ABCs of DIY. But when the designer-turned-renovator finds clues that lead to a missing professor, she wonders if she can finish the house—without getting finished off in the process.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, c2008
ISBN: 9780425224571
Characteristics: 332 p. ; 18 cm

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LoveAGoodRead
Nov 02, 2013

After pushing myself to get past the first chapter or two, I found I really liked this book. Fatal fixer-upper was a quick, cozy mystery that had everything I needed -- a little mystery, great characters and a little hint of a romance soon to blossom. Will definitely be reading more in this series.

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nessiesens
Jul 11, 2011

I really enjoyed this book, there was a fun style to it, nothing felt forced in the storyline, it had a good reading pace. I was able to figure out the "big secret" before it was even truly suggested but did not deter me from completing the book. Recommend!

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ElectricMayhem
Apr 21, 2010

Avery is a New York textile designer who inherits her great aunt's run down house in Maine. She decides to fix it up with the help of cute handyman Derek before selling it. Questions arise about a missing person and Avery begins to suspect that her aunt's death may not have been an accident. This was a fun read and I'm looking forward to more in the series. The only thing I didn't like was the relationship between Avery and her ex-boyfriend. Her self-esteem seemed lacking when it came to him.

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