A Stitch in Crime (Crochet Mystery Series #4)

A Stitch in Crime (Crochet Mystery Series #4)

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by Betty Hechtman
     
 

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Molly and her Tarzana Hookers must untangle a twisted yarn...

Molly's been handed the reins for this year's creative retreat-an exhilarating weekend out on the Monterey Peninsula, complete with crochet classes. Unfortunately for one teacher, though, the breathtaking scenery is where she'll take her last breath. Now Molly will have to find a new

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Molly and her Tarzana Hookers must untangle a twisted yarn...

Molly's been handed the reins for this year's creative retreat-an exhilarating weekend out on the Monterey Peninsula, complete with crochet classes. Unfortunately for one teacher, though, the breathtaking scenery is where she'll take her last breath. Now Molly will have to find a new instructor, and, if she can squeeze it in, solve this murder-with the help of her pals from the Tarzana Hookers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425233108
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
02/02/2010
Series:
Crochet Mystery Series, #4
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
223,288
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Stitch in Crime (Crochet Mystery Series #4) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good for a rainy/snowy day. Takes you away without having to think too hard!!!
Bonkwaddle More than 1 year ago
These are fun reads. The characters could be your family or friends. Extra bonus are the patterns and recipe. I haven't made any of the recipes, but they are interesting. The author keeps you guessing; give her books a go.
Socks135 More than 1 year ago
I loved the story. It is a nice addition to my collection. Looking forward to the next in series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Have enjoyed this entire series so far - entertaining, easy read
Nicole_From_CA More than 1 year ago
This is a great book. It is easy to read, I did not want to put it down. Betty Hechtman is a great Author I can't wait for the next book.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Great book enjoyed it from start to finish begging to read anothet right away easy read a bit funny but still a mystery
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Molly Pink works as an event coordinator at Shedd & Royal Books and More. Her boss Mrs. Shedd hands over her rhinestone clipboard placing Molly in charge of the "Get Out of the Heat and Light Your Creative Fire" retreat weekend on the Monterey Peninsula. Her employer's only admonition for Molly is not to get involved in a homicide investigation as is her inclination (see By Hook or Crook and Dead Men Don't Crochet). Pink thinks that will prove no problem since a crafts retreat is an unlikely setting for a murder. She soon finds her theory wrong when one of the instructors, famous Izabella Landers is found on the beach. Rushed to the hospital she is dead from anaphylactic shock due to exposure to peanut butter that she is allergic to. Certain odd details make Molly wonder if a murder occurred even though the police believe a tragic accident happened; the coroner backs up the cops. Determined to find out whether her theory is correct, Molly almost gets killed too. Even more sure a killer is loose; Molly and the Tarzana Hookers investigate. Betty Hechtman has written an enjoyable amateur sleuth featuring a likable lead protagonist who has reinvented herself one stitch at a time several years after her husband died. Although reckless, a bi-product of her spouse's death as she believes life is to be lived every moment one has and her late mate would admire her for doing so; that zest for taking chances adds to her charm. The whodunit is fun as the woman carrying the symbol of power, the rhinestone clipboard, searches for a killer who may not exist. Harriet Klausner