A Domestic Bliss Mystery #6
“Witty and smart, with home decorating tips to die for!” —Sarah Graves, bestselling author of the Home Repair Is Homicide series
“Fans of charming interior cozies and trips to Home Depot will appreciate this tragic twist on the challenges of eco-friendly innovations.”—Publishers Weekly
About that Green-Eyed Monster
It seemed like a perfect idea to promote their new business: Erin Gilbert and Steve Sullivan would hold a competition to award the builder and designer of the most earth-friendly home in Crestview, Colorado.
But since when did saving the planet lead instead to extinction?!?
Environmental guru, Richard Thayers was Sullivan’s architectural mentor and the judge of the contest. But now he is dead—poisoned by some supposedly nontoxic gold paint—and Sullivan is convinced that Richard’s death is no accident. Erin, normally the suspicious half of the duo, is not so sure.
The one thing they both agree on? This mysterious death is murder on their budding romance…
When another figure in the contest is killed, and Sullivan becomes distracted by an oversexed divorcee, Erin designs her own plan: not only to find the killer, but to uncover the true Steve Sullivan—and the schemes he’s hiding in his heart…
The latest Domestic Bliss whodunit from Caine (Fatal Feng Shui) offers another creative challenge for interior design and life partners Erin Gilbert and Steve Sullivan, as the two participate in the Best Green Home in Crestview Colorado contest. When Professor Richard Thayers, a green design expert and contest judge, drops out of the proceedings and then drops dead, Erin and Steve must find out who had it in for him. As a plethora of suspects present themselves, Erin also wonders how to put the fire back in her troubled relationship with Steve. Observations from Audrey Munroe, star of Domestic Bliss (a fictional Martha Stewart like show) offer alternative perspectives on the doings throughout. Fans of charming interior cozies and trips to Home Depot will appreciate this tragic twist on the challenges of eco-friendly innovations.