M.E. Bakos. Crocus Heights, Minnesota doesn't seem like the spot for murders, but Katelyn soon finds more than she expected.
While the police investigate, Katelyn's flip house is closed to repairs and she has to find a way to earn a temporary living. She decides to answer an ad for two jobs no one really wants and finds herself stopping people in the mall to survey the and also working as at a wine sample table. Mixed results on the jobs.
As she works, she thinks about why the body was in her house and how it could have been missed during the inspection. When a second body is discovered in another foreclosed home, Katelyn decides not to wait for the police to solve the case. She dives in.
She discovers a connection with her former employer, a large medical facility, and the victims.
Complications ensue including an open house with bizarre visitors, the reappearance of Katelyn's ex-husband Eddy, a shady neighbor and the family of the victim.
After the antics in Fatal Flip, I am anxious to see how Katelyn gets herself into trouble again in the next book.