Lethal Flip by M.E. Bakos

In this latest installment to The Home Renovator series, lovely Katelyn takes on a new supposedly easy reno in Crocus Heights, MN, but a neighbor across the street is dead. Katelyn overhears the police and the new women’s poor husband talk and is curious about what really happened and begins snooping about, much to the chagrin of the local cops and someone who is warning her to back off.

Katelyn is very affable, and he best friend Myra is a hoot as well. The characters in this series are well developed, the story is hard to put down, and is a very enjoyable light read. There’s also a lovely cat named Boots who is purrfectly adorable as well. Does well as a standalone, as I hadn’t read the prior two books. Now, I have to, of course, but that’s because this book is that good.

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