A Killer Stitch
Now in hardcover-the fast-growing mystery series featuring Kelly Flynn and her knitting circle! The House of Lambspun has been bombarded for the holidays. Then an alpaca sheep rancher is found dead in Bellevue Canyon-and knitter and sometime-sleuth Kelly Flynn quickly puts Yuletide frivolities... show more
Now in hardcover-the fast-growing mystery series featuring Kelly Flynn and her knitting circle! The House of Lambspun has been bombarded for the holidays. Then an alpaca sheep rancher is found dead in Bellevue Canyon-and knitter and sometime-sleuth Kelly Flynn quickly puts Yuletide frivolities aside. With the deceased's reputation for loving and leaving the ladies of Fort Connor, many women had a motive to kill him. Kelly also finds herself linked to the prime suspect, a former lover of the wealthy playboy rancher. Charged with keeping both spinner and spurned from going over the edge, Kelly will discover more than a few secrets tangled on this triad's bobbin.
Publish date: May 1st 2007
Publisher: Berkley Prime Crime
Pages no: 260
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
Series: A Knitting Mystery (#4)
A Killer Stitch is the fourth knitting mystery by Maggie Sefton. In this installment, knitter, accountant, and amateur sleuth Kelly Flynn finds herself drawn into the investigation of the murder of bad boy about town, alpaca rancher Derek Cooper. Who had a motive to kill Derek? Pretty much everyb...
A 2.5 star review.Not her best work. The mystery in this one just didn't ring true to me (yeah, even less than in the earlier books) and it annoyed me that for once the story wasn't self-contained, but spilled over to the next book... not a huge fan of cliffhangers.I'm willing to give it another cha...
I enjoyed book 4, but not as good as the others. It had some where I was tired of hearing about Kelly and her coffee issues if you have read the series so far there was no need to over do it in this book. Over all it was a good read and some part where funny. I will continue on with the series as...
The fourth of the knitting mysteries. The author is back having the main character do her really kinda creepy and obsessive yarn fondling, and a character whom I had liked came off as "Oh, I'm nice as long as it is one of my FRIENDS who is in trouble" but not a bad mystery. As usual, a recipe and kn...
I stumbled upon this while looking at new books in the library and was like "knitting and murder, yeeahhh!" ... That sounded a lot less disturbing in my head.