A Knit before Dying (A Tangled Web Mystery #2) (Mass Market)

By Sadie Hartwell

Kensington, 9781496713704, 304pp.

Publication Date: September 24, 2019

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (8/29/2017)
MP3 CD (6/18/2019)
Compact Disc (6/18/2019)

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

A new business might add some much-needed charm to downtown Dorset Falls, but when someone gets murdered, a close-knit community could come undone . . .
 
Shop owner Josie Blair is finally settling into the pace of living in Dorset Falls, Connecticut. Between running Miss Marple Knits, jumpstarting a blog, and handcrafting items with the help of her knitting pals, Josie’s too preoccupied to worry about her past. And thanks to Lyndon and Harry, the owners of the brand-new antique shop next door, she’s also busy repurposing a box of vintage crocheted doilies adorned with the most curious needlework . . .
 
But before Josie can formally welcome her neighbors, she discovers Lyndon on the floor of his shop stabbed to death by a rusty old pair of sheep shears. Police have pinned Harry as the killer, but Josie isn’t so sure. Now, she’s lacing up for another homicide investigation—and no eyelet or stitch can go unexamined, lest she herself becomes ensnared in the criminal’s deadly design . . .
 
INCLUDES ORIGINAL KNITTING PATTERNS!
 
“Hartwell’s charming, humorous, and villainous characters will please cozy fans.”
Publishers Weekly
 
“Plenty of quirky Yankee characters and a clever clue make for an enjoyable read.”
Library Journal


About the Author

Sadie Hartwell grew up near the Canadian border in northern New York State, where it’s cold, dark, and snowy almost half the year—a perfect environment for nurturing a simultaneous love of mystery fiction and needlework. She attended St. Lawrence University, graduating with a degree in history, and has worked as a waitress, handbag designer/manufacturer, paralegal, and copy editor before turning to writing full time. Now she gets to play with yarn and make up stories whenever she wants, and wishes everyone had a job as much fun as hers.