Crowned and Moldering
In the New York Times bestselling Fixer-Upper mysteries, contractor Shannon Hammer can repair even the most distressed building. But clearing out the cobwebs from her current project may distress her… to death. When Mac Sullivan—famous thriller writer and Shannon’s new beau—first moved to... show more
In the New York Times bestselling Fixer-Upper mysteries, contractor Shannon Hammer can repair even the most distressed building. But clearing out the cobwebs from her current project may distress her… to death.
When Mac Sullivan—famous thriller writer and Shannon’s new beau—first moved to Lighthouse Cove, California, he bought the historic lighthouse mansion that the town is named after. Mac needs help cleaning up the place, and Shannon is more than happy to get her handywoman hands on the run-down Victorian.
But during demolition, a grisly discovery is made among the debris—the bones of a teenage girl who went missing fifteen years ago. Locals had always assumed Lily Brogan ran away from her difficult life, but it seems her troubles followed her to the grave. If Shannon has any chance of getting her renovation back on track, she’ll need to tackle the cold case. But with new suspects coming out of the woodwork every day, she’ll have to be careful to pry the right secrets and clues from the poor girl’s problematic past…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2015-10-27
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Fixer-Upper Mystery (#3)
This book was made into a movie with Jewel as the lead. I really feel that movie was not very good and have not watched it more than once. (Usually takes me a few tries to see a movie in its entirety). While I am did not enjoy the movie, I did enjoy the book. It was much better. Shannon Hammer ow...
Not enough Thor. Quite a good mystery, though. For most of the book the plot concerns the discovery of a skeleton on the job site of the man who doesn't look like Thor and the re-opening of the cold case connected to it. The crimes escalate in the second half of the book, claiming modern day vic...