The Diva Haunts the House

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Wheeler Pub., 2012 - Fiction - 471 pages
7 Reviews

Domestic diva Sophie Winston is getting into the Halloween spirit- her decorations for a community haunted house are so good, it's scary. Not to be outdone, rival domestic diva Natasha is throwing a spooktacular Halloween party at her house. But when Sophie arrives, she discovers one of Natasha's guests dead in a Halloween display, and a pale, fanged partygoer fleeing the scene.

Could the killer be a "real" vampire-the same one rumored to have lived in Sophie's haunted house back when it was a boardinghouse? Good thing a domestic diva never runs out of garlic.

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User Review  - anglophile65 - LibraryThing

This was the first I'd read in the series. Overall good pace and flow. Never a dull moment. The one critique I would say i couldn't take anymore description of food. The amount of food eaten over the course of the book, the main characters should have weighed 500#s. It became overkill. Read full review

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User Review  - cyderry - LibraryThing

Sophie is in charge of the local haunted house for the Halloween season, but when she discovers a dead pirate with bite marks on his neck and a "vampire" standing over him, she's determine to find out ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Krista Davis lives in Dublin, VA.

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