The Drowning Spool (Needlecraft Mystery Series #17)

The Drowning Spool (Needlecraft Mystery Series #17)

by Monica Ferris
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The Drowning Spool 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
threecentsshort More than 1 year ago
Good, no nonsense read. Finally a woman sleuth who isn't the town busy body & gossip. Betsy has like able personality...  Plus an enjoyable setting. Highly recommend.
DeNeedle More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this totally. Betsy is always a worthwhile read and she switched things up in a good way. Loved it! Thanks for a great read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a very good addition to the series, but all of the books have been a joy to read.
LisaKsBooksReviews More than 1 year ago
It always amazes me how an author of a long running series can keep each new book fresh. How they are able to find new ways to commit the crimes, and come up with new locations and settings. But in this seventh installment of her Needlecraft Mystery series, author Monica Ferris does just that. THE DROWNING SPOOL was a well written mystery that kept me engaged and guessing. I had no idea who had perpetrated the crime until it was revealed.  Ms. Ferris has a knack for creating “visual” stories. This book was filled with vivid descriptions making me feel as though I was in each situation with the story’s heroine, Betsy Devonshire.  There is a fun Embroidery pattern for needlecraft lovers. But be assured, you do not need to know needle work to enjoy this book. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Istumbled upon Monica Ferris as I was discovering cozy mysteries many years back, and have yet to be dissapointed. This series focuses around Besty Devonshire, owner of Crewel World outside of the Twin Cities in MN, and her friends and employees. And, as I have found, I always learn something about stitchery in these books too. Betsy is asked to help clear one of "The Monday Bunch's " relatives of misconduct at a retirement community. With her expertise in fabric arts, she finds out things no one else can as she gets more and more involved, to both benefit and detriment of her and the relative. Thanks again Monica Ferris for a great story