Monday, May 30, 2016

Sally Goldenbaum's A Finely Knit Murder

Sally Goldenbaum writes one of the most detailed and descriptive series, set in one of the most picturesque places one can imagine. A Finely Knit Murder is the first of the series I have ever taken a look at and the cover is stunning. It actually makes one want to get up with the sun just to see these colors with their own eyes! I was surprised and thankful to find a list of the characters, a cheat sheet of sorts, to help navigate the sea of personalities in this story.  47 new to me characters, simply mind boggling! This book is written in a style like no other cozy I have ever read.

Birdie Favazza’s granddaughter, Gabby, loves attending the local Sea Harbor Community Day School. She’s also excited that Birdie and her fellow Seaside Knitters are teaching their craft to the students by knitting hats for charity. Unfortunately, not everyone shares her enthusiasm. Outspoken board member Blythe Westerland has sparked tempers with her determination to discredit the current administration and its new, progressive curriculum. But then, on the evening of an elegant school event, Blythe’s body is found near the school boathouse.With a killer on the loose, the Seaside Knitters must unravel the layers of Blythe’s complicated life and stitch together the evidence to see whether a murderer has been walking beside them all along . . .

Strong mystery, amazing location and a very developed series to dive into!
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