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Posted February 25, 2008
Jo McAllister, owner of Jo's Craft Corner, discovers that Parker Holt has been buying up some of the neighboring buildings and putting her friends' businesses out of business. Fearing for the future of her new business, she tries to contact her landlord Max. Not being able to reach him, she decides to talk to Parker himself. Easier said than done. So she finds out from Dan, her friend Carries' husband, when Parker will be home and heads over to confront him in person. Unfortunately he is dead. Someone set up an electrical trap, and the police are pointing the finger at Dan's construction crew, especially Xavier. Xavier's wife, Sylvia, had worked for Parker Holt. Parker had made unsavory advances, and Xavier was not happy. Jo and her friends set out to help clear Xavier before his first child is born. Plus Dan's business is suffering from the bad press. But can they pin down the killer's identity without the killer targeting them? I really enjoy this series. Jo and Carrie, Dan's wife and Jo's friend, are such great characters. The author has done such a great job of creating a small town you would want to go visit and especially a crafting store many women would like to frequent. The various customers really add to the story and provide a lot of great sub-stories in each book. There are a crafting tip and directions at the back of the book as well. I highly recommend this book and series. It's always a great, quick reading cozy.
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Posted February 8, 2013
Posted March 16, 2012
This novel held my attention to the very end. It is a real page turner, and there are plenty of suspects to choose from; also plenty of suspense and drama along with anxiety to keep your mind racing. Great escape literature. What happened to Holt Parker? And who caused his "accident" in this little neighborly town? If you want to find out, just read "String of Lies" and uncover the true once the "string" is connected to each lie that has been told. "String of Lies" is well developed and the storyline is sure to fascinate murder mystery fans.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 20, 2008
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