A Deadly Yarn
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 1st 2006
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
, Murder Mystery
Series: A Knitting Mystery (#3)
A friend saw this in a thrift store & bought it for me, a bit as a joke. It is not good, either as a book about knitting OR a mystery novel. It is not a "so bad it's good" kind of book. But, it was a totally acceptable bathtub read. The protagonist of the book appears to live in a house across the s...
This is the third book in the series. I didn't read #2 because I found these at a thrift store and they only had 1 and 3. So there is this group of friends who hang out and knit together and solve murders. It reminds me of the whole Murder, She Wrote joke that you wouldn't want to be Jessica Fletch...
The third book about Kelly who moves back to CO from DC after the death of her aunt. This time a friend, Allison dies on the verge of getting everything she wants. Allison is murdered or is it suicide the night before flying out to NYC as a designer. Who did the jealous boyfriend, jealous other d...
I love Kelly and all her friends in Colorado. Kelly always finds herself investigating some type of murder around her. The series is funny as well as a mystery. We get to see more and more of her friends and her soon to be boyfriend Steve. A good book to curl up with hot cocoa and read.
Book three in this author’s knitting mystery series and it is a VAST improvement over the last one. Our heroine is no longer indulging in page after page of yarn fondling, the plot moves briskly, the side characters are trying less often to take over the plot and run it off the rails and the mystery...