Thursday, May 12, 2016
Seams Like Murder By Betty Hechtman A Crochet Mystery Review
"Molly Pink and the Tarzana Hookers get a dangerous lesson on crafty criminals... Knitting and crocheting books are selling like crazy at the bookstore where Molly works, so to keep the customers coming, she sets up a series of classes where the Tarzana Hookers can pass on their skills to others: a Yarn University. The only problem is the teacher of the most popular seminar Sheila is getting a massive case of stage fright about being in front of a crowd. To ease Sheila s nerves, the Hookers plan a practice class at crocheter CeeCee s mansion. But before the lesson begins, Molly and the gang stumble upon a dead body in the apartment above CeeCee s garage. Now, Molly must unravel the clues to find a killer quickly or school might be out forever... Delicious recipes & crochet patterns included!"
Reading any of the A Crochet Mystery books you can not help but want to pick up yarn and a hook and join in the fun, sadly even after reading several of these my skills have yet to advance past the chaining on stage!
I had no problems putting myself in this story, getting in to trouble with Molly and hanging out at the book store, the mystery is a good one and the relationships between "the Hookers" are always the best parts of the book. I love a series where the main character has a solid group of friends, cuddly creatures waiting at home and a great mystery to solve. This was a really good read and a series I recommend.
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