Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Book Review

Sally Goldenbaum has done it again. The Holiday Yarn is sure to please a knitter as well as a mystery lover. Her chriters are well rounded and the suspense builds from the first page until the last. This book is set in the town of Sea Harbor, Maine. Among the Chrismas festivities a mystery is brewing, was it murder or suicide. You have to read this gripping book to find out.
I have really enjoyed this series of books and I know that if you love a good mystery, with a twist.

To quote the site above
It's holiday season in Sea Harbor, MA, and Nell, Izzy, Cass, and Birdie are busy with cookie exchanges, holiday parties, and knitting winter gifts. But not all plans go smoothly.
The knitters' friend Mary Pisano is busy remodeling her grandfather's estate into a  bed and breakfast when her cousin, a fasion magazine editor, is found dead on the back porch.
A winter cloud gathers over the imminent opening of Ravenswood-by-the-sea, and the Seaside Knitters must sort through secrets and separate fact from fiction. While the knitters are helping Mary unravel the mysteries surrounding her B&B, Izzy is also unraveling her own mysteries. When Sam Perry begins pulling away from her, their relationship becomes fragile. As the holiday draws near, the four knitters plunge in to solve the crime and restore holiday peace--and the magic of mistletoe--to Sea Harbor.

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