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Books in the Laura Bishop Mystery Series

Staging is Murder (Book 1 )

Laura Bishop just nabbed her first decorating commission—staging for sale a 19th century mansion that hasn’t been updated for decades. But when a body falls from a laundry chute and lands at her feet, replacing flowered wallpaper becomes the least of her duties. To clear her young assistant of the murder and save her fledgling business, Laura's determined to find the killer. Turns out it's not as easy as renovating a manor home, especially with two handsome men complicating her mission: the police detective assigned to the case and the real estate agent trying to save the mansion from foreclosure. Worse, the meddling of a horoscope-guided friend, a determined grandmother, and the local funeral director could get them all killed before Laura props the first pillow. 

What Reviewers Are Saying About Staging is Murder

A promising series debut with pleasing characters, plenty of suspects, and helpful tips on home staging. --  Kirkus Reviews

 

A delicious read! Well-researched and authentic to the true life of a home stager, Staging is Murder will keep you guessing about whodunit, while taking the mystery out of marketing a home. The fun staging tips in each chapter are worthy of as much investigation as the crime. -- Debbie Boggs, Co-Founder, Staging Studios

 

Staging is Murder has everything any cozy reader could want in a mystery with a side of humor and so much more. -- Sherry Harris, Agatha-Nominated Author of the Garage Sale Mystery Series.

 

I liked how this mystery was staged from the first chapter, giving me just enough intrigue to whet my appetite for more and the more I read, the more I enjoyed what was going on throughout the tale....Overall, an enjoyable read. -- Dru's Book Musings

 

If, like me, you are looking for fun new hooks for cozy mystery series, you’ll be delighted to pick up Staging is Murder.  Author Grace Topping has staged a fun debut that promises more fun books to come.-- Mark Baker, Carstairs Considers