The Applebaums, with a new arrival on the way, must find a bigger house. But in the tough L.A. real estate market, you practically have to kill to find a house. So no wonder Juliet is prepared to overlook a corpse on the grounds of her dream house. To gain the owner's favor, Juliet promises him she'll find his sister's killer.
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"Sad but very good mystery"
In Murder Plays House by Ayelet Waldman, Juliet Applebaum has a baby on the way and needs to find a new house. This is a rather sad book because there is a lot of information about eating disorders and how it affects families. However, even though it very serious under tones, Juliet's wit and sense of humor still manages to shine through. The mystery is solid and has enough red herrings and clues to keep you guessing the villain until the end.
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