Patterns in the Sand

Patterns in the Sand

A Seaside Knitters Mystery

Book - 2009
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Publisher: New York : Obsidian, c2009
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY GOL
Characteristics: 296 p. ; 22 cm
ISBN: 9780451227034


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Aug 11, 2019

Awesome book! A must read!!! 🐱

May 28, 2018

This is an interesting series that I recently found. Mystery in a small beach town which are solved by a group of friends that gather over their knitting and eating. Great descriptions of this town that make you feel that are really there or sure would like to be there sharing their life. Looking forward to the next addition to this series. Pleasant read for a lazy summer afternoon - or even a cold snowy one - just make you feel comfortable and part of this life.

Feb 01, 2010

Surprise ending reminiscent of Agatha Chrisite.

DanniOcean Jun 24, 2009

Very evocotive descriptions of a sleepy sea-side town; if you can't get away to the beach this summer, this one practically brings the salt-sea air to you.


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DanniOcean Jun 24, 2009

In the follow-up to her debut, Death by Cashmere, the Seaside Knitters Club members, Nell, Izzy, Cass, Birdie, and others are startled to find a body in the window of the snug Knitting Studio – a sleeping one. The stranger in town (the aptly named Willow) is known for her fibre art, and she fits well into the Sea Harbor community of like-minded artisans, but she seems reluctant to fully join the knot of friendly knitters. The women embrace her anyway, knowing that in time her reserve will thaw and she will start to feel at home. What they don’t count on is that this young woman is somehow tied to one of their friends, a friend who is poisoned during the renowned Art at Night Festival in nearby Canary Cove, and they must help the young woman prove her innocence before another tragedy occurs.


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