A Someday Quilts Mystery
Featuring Nell Fitzgerald
Book #3 of the Someday Quilts Mystery series
A knotty new Nell Fitzgerald mystery in the series that’s beguiling cozy fans and quilters alike.
Nell Fitzgerald and the Someday Quilts ladies are asked to lead a quilting workshop at a new bed and breakfast in upstate New York. However, the retreat quickly takes an unexpected dark turn. When a body is found in the woods, and one of their own is the chief suspect, the ladies must rely on their craftiest thinking as they embark on their most personal case yet.
With smart, sassy Nell leading the charge to clear her friend’s name and find the real murderer, The Double Crossis sure to confirm Clare O’Donohue as a master of the mystery genre.
When murder interrupts a quiet quilting retreat, The Someday Quilts ladies team up to solve a case in which one of their own is a suspect.
Nell Fitzgerald is thrilled to be able to take a break from her complicated romantic life in Archers Rest as she helps the women of Someday Quilts teach a quoting class at a new bed-and-breakfast in upstate New York. Her hopes for an idyllic escape disappear, however, when the inn’s proprietor is found shot through the heart- and all of the ladies go into detective mode. Will they be able to solve the mystery before one of their own takes the wrap for the murder?
Even though this is the 3rd book in this series, it can be read as a stand alone. I actually found this book at a used book store and thought it sounded like a great read. Now i have no clue what the first 2 books in the series were like but this one was a terrific read. There were twists and turns and it keeps you guessing till the end. I loved that the story moved quickly and kept my focus the whole time.
Rating: 4 Stars
Clare O’Donohue is the author of the Kate Conway Mysteries (Missing Persons & Life Without Parole) as well as the Someday Quilts Mysteries, which include four books and the e-story, Cathedral Windows. She is also a TV producer & writer.
Check out her website at http://www.clareodonohue.com