Review: A Dollhouse to Die For by Cate Price

05 Jun

A Dollhouse to Die for  FTC Disclosure:  I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

Goodreads Summary:  Daisy Buchanan thinks of her shop, Sometimes a Great Notion, as more than just a business. For her, it’s a haven of vintage sewing notions and other treasures, excellent coffee, and camaraderie. But when an antique dollhouse provokes some bizarre behavior on the part of a customer, Daisy makes it her business to find out what secrets are hidden behind its tiny doors…

At an estate auction, Daisy is delighted to find the perfect present for a young girl she knows—a charming dollhouse in need of restoration. But when local collector Harriet Kunes tries to strong-arm Daisy into selling it, she’s in for a shocking—and deadly—surprise.

After an intruder breaks in and tries to steal the dollhouse, Daisy wonders why everyone has developed such an obsession over it. As she builds her collection of clues, she suspects that the miniature Victorian holds the key to a second unsolved murder, and soon she stumbles across much more than she bid on…


My thoughts:  I love this series.  Reading this second book in the series was like visiting your hometown. I love all the characters, but of course Daisy is my favorite.

In this installment of The Deadly Notions Mysteries, Cate Price wove a story that kept me guessing until the end. I pride myself on being able to reach the solution before the end of the book, but I also love it when an author stumps me. It makes the story more interesting.

If you like mysteries, especially those set in quaint little towns, I highly recommend this one. Oh, and Price does include vintage notions tips.


1 Comment

Posted by on June 5, 2014 in Uncategorized


One response to “Review: A Dollhouse to Die For by Cate Price

  1. cateprice

    June 5, 2014 at 4:48 pm

    Thank you for the lovely review!


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