By Elise Hyatt
Out damned spot!
As her marriage ceremony to detective Cas Wolfe methods, Candyce "Dyce" Dare, sole proprietor (and worker) of the furnishings refinishing company bold reveals desperately must locate whatever to do to prevent sitting down and making plans the development along with her mom and her ally (particularly considering she suspects their plans contain having her cat gown in a tuxedo). engaged on a desk she lately obtained at a backyard sale suits the invoice.
Until her sanding efforts discover a traumatic stain--one that appears love it could be blood. Dyce is familiar with that, with a fiance who's a policeman, mom and dad who personal a secret book place, and a contemporary heritage of inadvertent involvement in homicide instances, she will be able to be liable to seeing issues that aren't there. yet then she discovers that the table's prior proprietor has long gone missing--and once again, she is drawn right into a solve-it-yourself secret undertaking. And while Dyce begins a undertaking, she simply has to determine it through...
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