It's a beautiful afternoon in May and set up for The Black Hills Fiber Gathering is in full swing. Martha Williamson, owner of The Spider's Web-a shop specializing in spinning and weaving, is looking forward to four glorious days of selling and talking fiber and fiber tools as she organizes her booth and gets her alpaca settled in their stall. Then Falcor, her Great Pyrenees, finds a body, and she is pulled into the agony of a terrible accident. Or is it? As one person after another seems to have reason for wanting the victim dead, Martha is more and more certain there was no accident. However if it was murder, who did it and why? When there is another attack and Martha is threatened, it becomes obvious that she needs to find the answers. With her steadfast Great Pyrenees, Denali and Falcor, by her side, Martha begins to unravel the mystery, but will she be fast enough to forestall a killer's hand?
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About the Author
Although Veryl Ann Grace learned to knit and crochet at her grandmother's knee, her real passion for fiber arts began when she realized she could create yarn from all the hair her beloved Great Pyrenees shed. That was over twenty-five years ago and she can still be found spinning, knitting and weaving fiber of all kinds including livestock guardian dog hair. A long time resident of Washington state, she currently lives in Hawaii with her husband, Glenn, and her three dogs, Nani, a Maremma, and Hoku and Kip, two poi dogs. She is the author of "Murder Spins a Tale".
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Murder Comes Unraveled: A Flock and Fiber Mystery based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
As with Veryl Ann Grace's first book in this series, I learned something and had an entertaining time doing so. Her protagonist Martha Williamson knows fiber, knows Great Pyrenees, and knows how to solve a mystery. As the plot developed, the mystery deepened and provided intriguing challenges for Martha. She is a well-drawn character, and her knowledge of and relationship to the two dogs, Falcor and Denali, was a very satisfying aspect of this book. I hope a third entry in this series will be out soon.