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Patterns in the Sand (Seaside Knitters Mystery Series #2)

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  • Posted May 27, 2014

    Sea Harbor, Maine, is the home for numerous artists and their st

    Sea Harbor, Maine, is the home for numerous artists and their stores in the Canary Cove Art Colony, where an art festival is held the first Sunday of every month.  Izzy's Seaside Knitting Studio is the gathering place for the ladies in this story.  Then Willow Adams makes an appearance by breaking into the shop and falling asleep in the front window with the shop's cat, Purl.  She's come to town to show her fiber art, or so she says.




    When one of the town's local shop owners dies in a mysterious way, Willow becomes a suspect when it's found that he is actually her estranged father.  The ladies in town find it difficult to believe that this waif of a girl could be a murderer, and decide to investigate for themselves.  In the process, there are lots of gatherings and gossip.




    I love mysteries and cozies.  I'm a big fan of knitting and food.  I really wanted to love this book but it just didn't ever really excited me.  It was a decent story if there were not so many more great cozies to read.  My problems revolved around the numerous gatherings that really weren't that interesting.  The one time focused on knitting caps for cancer patients really caught my interest, but that was about it from the knitting front.  There are so many books in this series, I'm going to assume that this series gets better with future books.  Knitting pattern and information about caps for cancer patients in the back of this book, saved this one for me. Will give this series another try.

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  • Posted February 20, 2010

    Good Read

    This book is just an easy read. It is a good continuation to the first book and if you just want to relax and not have to concentrate too much on the book, this would be a good one for you.

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