Thread End (Embroidery Mystery #7) (Mass Market)

By Amanda Lee

Berkley, 9780451467393, 336pp.

Publication Date: June 3, 2014

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

Embroidery shop owner Marcy Singer is about to have the rug pulled out from under her....

Marcy can’t wait to see the new exhibit at the Tallulah Falls museum on antique tapestries and textiles, including beautiful kilim rugs. But her enthusiasm quickly turns to terror when, the day after the exhibition opens, she discovers a dead body behind her store, the Seven-Year Stitch, wrapped up in a most unusual fashion.

The victim appears to be a visiting art professor in town for the exhibit. Did someone decide to teach the professor a lesson, then attempt to sweep the evidence under the rug? Along with her boyfriend, Detective Ted Nash, Marcy must unravel an intricate tapestry of deception to find a desperate killer.


About the Author

Amanda Lee is a full-time cozy mystery writer and author of three cozy mystery series: the Myrtle Crumb mysteries, including When Good Bras Go Bad and Claus of Death; the Daphne Martin Cake mysteries, including Dead PanKiller Sweet Tooth, and Battered to Death; and the Embroidery mysteries, including The Long Stitch Good NightThread on Arrival, and Cross-Stitch Before Dying. She is married and has two gorgeous children. Like Marcy, she enjoys needlecrafts and pop culture.


Praise For Thread End (Embroidery Mystery #7)

Praise for the Embroidery Mysteries

“A great series with enough suspense and smart sleuthing to hook readers every time.”—Romantic Times 

“Entertaining...Readers will enjoy spending time with the friendly folks of Tallulah Falls.”—Publishers Weekly

“A well thought-out, free-flowing story that captures your attention and keeps you interested from beginning to end.”—The Romance Readers Connection

“The writing is lively, and the pop culture references abundant.…A smartly written cozy that neatly ties up all the loose ends surrounding the murder but leaves the reader wanting to know more about the amateur detective, her friends, her life, and her future.”—Fresh Fiction

“Smart and interesting, well patterned and deftly sewn together.”—Once Upon a Romance