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I would recommend this book to anyone who likes light mysteries that are not scary.
Having Betsy lead a distant investigation makes for a refreshing amateur sleuth as the heroine has to go over every step one stitch at a time.
It gives the author the ability to really develop his character in this installation.
The 11th book in the Needlecraft mystery series involves a case of a missing check for a charity and the man who represented the charity is also missing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michelle Boytim
like her list of people, always so human. good story lines as well, not to mention the free patterns. great read for winter, summer, fall or spring.Published 14 months ago by Lester Hayward
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes light mysteries that are not scary. All of her books are good. I always eagerly anticipate the next one.Published 14 months ago by Kathy Roeder
Betsy really gets into a mess in this one. Although she does manage to solve the mystery while being confined to her apartment. Read morePublished 17 months ago by mary
This is another great book - story line exciting and the same characters are always a comfort to have in the story.Published 21 months ago by Elizabeth D. Salmon
Another solid entry in the Needlework mystery series. This one features Betsy's store manager, sidekick Godwin as he sleuths for her while she recovers from an injury. Read morePublished on July 28, 2012 by Jean B
Any person who crochets, knits, quilts, etc. will enjoy the fiction books by Monica Ferris. The readers feels as if they walked into their local craft store and watched a mystery... Read morePublished on December 9, 2010 by lilylips