The Decorator Who Knew Too Much by Diane Vallere

Choose a shelf or add to a new one
Recommend

Recommend and receive 50% of the profit on any sale you generate

The Decorator Who Knew Too Much

This interior decorator is an expert in midcentury modern—and murder . . . “An extremely unique mystery series with an intelligent heroine” (Kings River Life Magazine).
 
When Madison Night accepts an assignment in Palm Springs with handyman Hudson James, she expects designing days and romantic nights. But the shock of spotting a body in the river near the job site—and the strain of recurring nightmares and a growing dependency on sleeping pills—has her seeking professional help to deal with her demons.
 
She learns more about the crime than she’d like, thanks to girl talk with friends, pillow talk with Hudson, and smack talk with the local bad boys. And after the victim is identified as the very doctor she’s been advised to see, she wonders if what she knows can help catch a killer . . .
“If you love Doris Day, you’ll love Madison Night.” —Books for Avid Readers
 
“Vallere has a wonderful touch, bringing in the design elements and influences of the ’50s and ’60s era many of us hold dear while keeping a strong focus on what it means in modern times to be a woman in business for herself, starting over.” —Fresh Fiction
 
“[An] enjoyable series.” —Catriona McPherson, Agatha Award–winning author
Publisher: Henery Press Publishing ISBN: 9781635111965 Pages: 228