Tying the Knot (Southern Quilting Mystery #5) (Paperback)

By Elizabeth Craig

Berkley, 9780451469519, 304pp.

Publication Date: June 2, 2015

List Price: 7.99*
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Wedding bells are ringing in Dappled Hills, North Carolina.  But when the festivities take an unexpected turn, quilter Beatrice Coleman must get crafty and catch a killer wedding crasher....

Everyone loves a wedding, and with the sister of Beatrice’s beau, Wyatt, about to say “I do,” Beatrice and the Village Quilters are pitching in to help with the nuptial plans. They’re hard at work making everything from wool boutonnieres to a quilt-shaped wedding cake. And all the talk of love and marriage has Beatrice thinking about her own budding romance with Wyatt.

But after she stumbles across the body of the original best man at the end of the reception, Beatrice must stop threading her needle and start collecting clues. She, along with the Village Quilters, will need to turn all their attention to solving a murder before another victim gets cut out.…

About the Author

Elizabeth Craig writes the Memphis BBQ series as Riley Adams (Rubbed Out, Hickory Smoked Homicide) and the Southern Quilting Mysteries (Shear Trouble, Quilt Trip) under her own name. A lifelong resident of the South, she enjoys finding inspiration for the Southern Quilting Mysteries in the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina. She is currently at work on her next novel.

Praise For Tying the Knot (Southern Quilting Mystery #5)

Praise for the Series

"As warm and cozy as a favorite quilt.  Elizabeth Craig captures Southern life at its best, and her characters are as vibrant and colorful as the quilts they sew."—New York Times

bestselling author, Krista Davis

“Sparkles with Craig’s cleverness and plenty of Carolina charm.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch

“A great read...full of twists and turns that keep it fresh.”—Fresh Fiction

“A very Christie-esque mystery.”—Escape with Dollycas into a Good Book

“Readers will enjoy touring Dappled Hills guided by colorful locals.”—Genre Go Round Reviews