Series: Fixer-Upper Mystery

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Nov 14
Deck the Hallways (Fixer-Upper Mystery #4) by Kate Carlisle (review)

Deck the Hallways (Fixer-Upper Mystery #4) by Kate Carlisle (review)

I knew who the baby was going to end up with, as well as who’s baby she was. It wasn’t anything necessarily super obvious about the mother, it was more of an “I bet the mom is x-character…” And it was really funny how all the baby things kept popping up in strange places. There were a lot of different people who could have been the murderer. Usually when there are so many suspects, it feels either overwhelming or a bit annoying. But Mr. Potter was such a jerk it actually felt super realistic to have that many people hate… Read more »

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Nov 12
Crowned and Moldering (Fixer-Upper Mystery #3) by Kate Carlisle (review)

Crowned and Moldering (Fixer-Upper Mystery #3) by Kate Carlisle (review)

I really liked Shannon as a character, and getting to learn about renovation and construction. The secrets the house held were also fun to read about. Shannon was my favorite kind of character. She had faults and strengths, was usually level-headed, but also curious and with a quick burning temper. She felt like a real person, not a caricature. I wasn’t as attached to her possible-boyfriend Mac. He wasn’t a bad character, he just didn’t have a lot of depth. It’s possible since this is book 3, that he was described better in previous books. Maybe his personality was shown… Read more »

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