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Dyer Consequences (Knitting Mystery Series #5)

Dyer Consequences (Knitting Mystery Series #5)

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by Maggie Sefton
     
 

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Kelly's spring project: rehabbing an alpaca ranch. But someone has different ideas for keeping her busy, including slashing tires and cracking windshields. Then the House of Lambspun knitting shop is trashed, and a woman is found drowned in a tub of dye. Although it seems like a burglary gone wrong, Kelly suspects there's more to it. And as disturbing incidents

Overview

Kelly's spring project: rehabbing an alpaca ranch. But someone has different ideas for keeping her busy, including slashing tires and cracking windshields. Then the House of Lambspun knitting shop is trashed, and a woman is found drowned in a tub of dye. Although it seems like a burglary gone wrong, Kelly suspects there's more to it. And as disturbing incidents pile up, she must pick up the stitches of these crimes before the killer strikes again.

Editorial Reviews

Mystery Scene
A darn good series with vivid, breathing characters.
Laura Childs
Cozy up with a great new author. (Laura Childs, author of The Silver Needle Murder)
themysteryreader
A terrific series with a heroine who grows more and more likable with each investigation.
Publishers Weekly

In Sefton's chatty fifth knitting cozy (after 2007's A Killer Stitch), Colorado yarn aficionado Kelly Flynn investigates the murder of a member of her knitting group, whose body she discovers half-submerged in a dye tub in a yarn shop basement. Despite her friends' warnings, Kelly determines to catch not only the killer but also the vandal who's targeted her house and tried to poison her dog. Meanwhile, Kelly is busy remodeling her newly purchased alpaca ranch in a nearby canyon. When her car brakes fail and she barely escapes serious injury on a treacherous mountain road, Kelly fears this case could be her last. Instructions for knitting a cloche hat and a recipe for pecan pie round out a volume sure to please series fans. (June)

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781597228114
Publisher:
Gale Group
Publication date:
09/17/2008
Series:
Knitting Mystery Series, #5
Edition description:
Large Print Edition
Pages:
328
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author

Maggie Sefton was born and raised in Virginia, where she received her Bachelor's degree in English Literature and Journalism. She's worked in several normal careers over the years, from a CPA to a real estate broker in the Rocky Mountain West. However, nothing has provided the continuing satisfaction and challenge of creating worlds on paper. She is the mother of four grown daughters, currently scattered across the globe.

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4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
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Mona Bultena More than 1 year ago
A bit hokey. But a nice light mystery.
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Nan42 More than 1 year ago
I only made it through about 1/3 of this book. Couldn't take the hokey dialogue of the characters. Seems the author was trying too hard to use "everyday" language. I've read one or two other Sefton novels and didn't find them irritating, as I did this one. However, I do recall in one of my past reads it bothered me that her mention of geographical locations was off from reality.
Yeshuanina More than 1 year ago
You can pick up the first book or start reading at the last book and still find the mystery engaging. The knitting projects are fun too.
MajorCarol More than 1 year ago
I'm a knitter and I love mysteries so this was a fun read.