Marjory Sorrell Rockwell says needlecraft arts – quilting, crocheting, knitting – are pastimes every woman can appreciate. And she loves quiltmaking. “It’s like painting with cloth,” she says. But when not quilting she writes mysteries about a midwestern sleuth not unlike herself, a middleaged lady with an unpredictable family and loyal friends. And she’s a big fan of watermelon pie.
The Underhanded Stitch (A Quilters Club Mystery No. 1)by Marjory Sorrel Rockwell
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Members of a small-town needlecrafts society solve a centuries-old mystery in this first book in the new Quilters Club Mystery Series. You’ll come to love the small Midwestern town of Caruthers Corners with its famous Watermelon Festival, placid town square, friendly folks, and sneaky politicians.
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FUN is a good word to describe this book. The mystery is all about a missing family heirloom that a whole lot of families in the little town have been fighting over for decades, and because there is an antique quilt involved it takes the members of the local quilting club (with the help of a sweet little granddaughter) to solve it.
A wonderful quick, read. A small-town mystery is solved by members of the Caruthers Corners Quilters Club. You'll love these four gals and their families, reluctant sleuths who will win your heart.
The new mystery series features some likable ladies who belong to a midwestern quilting club and they can't resist solving the crime when a statue of a town founder is stolen. A fun read with lots of twists and turns. Can't wait to read the next one in this engaging mystery series.