Knit One, Kill Two
Publish date: June 7th 2005
Publisher: Berkley Prime Crime
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
Series: A Knitting Mystery (#1)
I was thrilled when I heard this series was to live on through a new publisher! KNIT TO KILL is the first book in the Black Sheep & Company Mysteries, but a continuation of the Black Sheep Knitting Mysteries, which makes this the ninth book with these characters. It always amazes me when an author...
All that was missing from the end was the killer saying "I would have gotten away with it if it weren't for you meddling kids!"I was hooked, no pun intended, right up until The end. I like the characters and I liked the setting of the knitting shop and Colorado. I was tempted to put the book down an...
I am once again reminded that I really don't like detective stories much. I really liked this book (as the rating shows), but it was blatantly obvious to me that I read it in spite of the mystery involved, and not because of it. Of course it didn't help that I found the mystery - and especially the ...
I just don't understand these spunky girls who get involved in solving murders. If I thought someone was a murderer, the last thing I would do is go to their secluded ranch to confront them. Yet, this is exactly what these girls do in mystery after mystery. Who are they ? Fortunately, this one is sm...
Not a bad read. I'm not a knitter, so the knitting lesson interwoven with the dialogue were lost on me, but overall, a cozy little mystery.
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