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Skeleton Letters (A Scrapbooking Mystery) Hardcover – October 4, 2011
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stories are so much more interesting to me now that Carmela's ex-husband is not an integral part of the story. When I read about Carmela and Gabby (her
assistant in Memory Mine) sharing scrapbooking ideas with customers, several
of whom are good friends, it seems like a real place with real people. It
might just be because I love to scrapbook, but although there is always a
murder for Carmela to help solve, the scrapbook shop and the women who fre-
quent it make it seem so cozy. And Carmela and her friend, Ava, are fairly
believeable as they sort through clues and sometimes end up in danger as they
track down the killer.
I wish there was a cool scrapbook shop like Memory Mine with a really talented
owner like Carmela in my neck of the woods.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As you wind your way through the story Laura keeps you trying to find out who done it. In the end it isn't who you had thought.Published 29 days ago by Kathleen
I've been a fan of Laura Childs' Teashop Mysteries since the first book. And that was long before I knew that there was an actual mystery niche called "cozy mysteries". Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
My first read of Laura Childs Carmela Bertrand mysteries. Silly characters, full of time to do artsy stuff and make a good living while eating high calorie and drinking wine... Read morePublished 12 months ago by June Ahern
Just enough mystery to keep you reading but not so scary you can't sleep.
Re pies and tips are a nice touch! Can't wait to try them out
typical Laura Childs..Ends so abruptly, like many of her other books...But it is easy reading for relaxation.Published 16 months ago by tandy
I love Laura Child's books--she never fails to deliver the goods.Published 17 months ago by Gayle Jerman