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Crafty Mysteries for Cold Winter Days

Crafty Mysteries for Cold Winter Days

Here for your reading consideration during these cold winter days are a few lighthearted crafty mystery series.

Anastasia Pollack Crafting mysteries (M
by Lois Winston
Crafty Mysteries for Cold Winter Days Assault with a Deadly Glue Gun – “When Anastasia Pollack’s husband permanently cashes in his chips at a roulette table in Vegas, her comfortable middle-class life is suddenly kaput. She’s left with two teenage sons, a mountain of debt, and her hateful, cane-wielding Communist motherin-law. Not to mention stunned disbelief over her late husband’s secret gambling addiction, and the loan shark who’s demanding fifty thousand dollars. Anastasia’s job as crafts editor for a magazine proves no respite when she discovers a dead body glued to her office chair. The victim, fashion editor Marlys Vandenburg, collected enemies and ex-lovers like Jimmy Choos on her ruthless climb to editor-in-chief.But when evidence surfaces of an illicit affair between Marlys and Anastasia’s husband, Anastasia becomes the number one suspect.” Fantastic Fiction

Black Sheep Knitting Club  mysteries (M
by Anne Canadeo

Crafty Mysteries for Cold Winter Days While My Pretty One Knits – “The Black Sheep Knitters — Maggie, Lucy, Dana, Suzanne, and Phoebe — meet once a week without fail, sharing the varied and colorful skeins of their lives as much as knitting tips, recipes, and small-town gossip, and creating an intricate, durable pattern of friendship. Now a shocking murder has peaceful Plum Harbor, Massachusetts, in knots — and the Black Sheep women must herd together to protect one of their own from a scandalous frame-up”
Needlecraft Mysteries (M
by Monica Ferris 
Crafty Mysteries for Cold Winter Days Stitch in Time – “Betsy is settling into Excelsior, MN, and so is winter. But duty calls: an old tapestry has been found in the Episcopal Church, and it needs restoration. This is a job for Crewel World – and a pleasant one, after that poor skeleton. Better an old tapestry than an old body! Since this is Minnesota, when Betsy is beset, her friends bring hot-dish.”

Source: http://www.thereader.ca/2013/01/crafty-mysteries-for-cold-winter-days.html

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