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Deadly Patterns (Magical Dressmaking Mystery Series #3)

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  • Posted January 10, 2013

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    Review title: Sewing Secrets. For a small town this place has pl

    Review title: Sewing Secrets. For a small town this place has plenty of "little secrets" "sown" into their history as well as their present. If you think this novel is just about the main character's sewing abilities you will be surprised by what she "sews" together just by listening to her new neighbors and friends from the past. A great way to spend the weekend is in store for readers of this mystery at the Winter Wonderland fashion show. Readers will enjoy plenty of "cross stitches" and "threading" through secrets to unravel the culprit in this suspense; just when you think you know the prime suspect a new one pops-up.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 21, 2013

    In Bourbon┬┐s mystery novel, dressmaker Harlow Jane Cassidy is pr

    In Bourbon’s mystery novel, dressmaker Harlow Jane Cassidy is preparing for a holiday fashion show set in a recently restored mansion for the annual Winter Wonderland festival in Bliss, Texas. Dan Lee Chrisson has volunteered to play Santa Claus when his body is found unexpectantly after he apparently fell from the Widow’s Walk of the mansion. Harlow finds the body and sets her own investigation into motion allowing her natural sleuthing skills to blend with her special magic as she follows the pattern of clues to find the murderer.

    Harlow Jane is an amazing amateur sleuth and I love the advice she gets from her dearly departed great-grandmother! Another fabulous addition to the A Magical Dressmaking Mystery.

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  • Posted October 11, 2013

    Highly recommend. Interesting turn on mental 'magic'.

    This is the third book, and I would recommend reading the other two first. The development of the characters will be lost otherwise. The increase in members with the Cassidy family powers is a nice twist, and the family interaction is good. A fun book, suitable for younger readers since there isn't sex and a lot of vulgar language.

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