The national bestselling author of Wound Up in Murder spins a deadly yarn of knitting bees, butterflies, and beauty queens. Every October, thousands of monarch butterflies flock to California's Monterey Peninsula to spend the winter there. To welcome their colorful guests, Cadbury by the Sea holds a weeklong festival complete with a butterfly queen and her court. Eager to show some town spirit, Casey Feldstein finds herself fluttering back and forth between setting up a yarn retreat, baking and helping out at the festival. But when a former butterfly queen is found dead with a knife in her back after a Bless the Butterflies service, Casey must set her loom aside to hook a killer with a score to settle. Includes knitting patterns and a recipe
About the Author
Betty Hechtman is the national bestselling author of the Crochet Mysteries (most recently Seams Like Murder, Knot Guilty, For Better or Worsted and If Hooks Could Kill) and the Yarn Retreat Mysteries (Wound Up in Murder, Silence of the Lamb's Wool and Yarn to Go). She has a degree in fine arts and since college has studied everything from tap dancing to magic. When she isn't writing, reading or crocheting, she's probably at the gym.