Monday, March 14, 2016

Slay Bells: A St. Rose Quilting Bee Mystery/ Annette Mahon/ 259 pages

Slay Bells by Annette Mahon finds the St. Rose Quilting Bee members once again trying to solve a murder.  Kathy and her son Matt have been found shot to death just days before Christmas.  Possible suspects include Kathy's ex-husband Rusty and her fiance Dylan.  While the quilters combine solving the murders while quilting, a rash of thefts have them frightened.  The quilters work together to find information to help solve both the crimes. The author does a good job building up the story, but the end was a little abrupt.  If the reader likes quilting and murder and Christmas, they will enjoy this read.

No comments:

Post a Comment

That Darkness/Lisa Black/308 pgs.

Evidently this is the start of a new series by Lisa Black--and I'm hooked. Maggie Gardiner is a forensic investigator for the Cleveland ...