Libby recently opened her dream yarn shop, and is about to host her first big event that could put Y.A.R.N. on the map. Unfortunately, having her celebrity guest murdered before the big baquet wasn't the publicity Libby was hoping for.
What struck me immediately about this book was how passionately Pleiter wrote about knitting, and the vivid way she wrote about color. Libby is just as passionate about knitting as she is about finding justice.
So often in cozies we see the amateur sleuth and the local police butting heads. It was interesting to see Libby work alongside the local police and share information to solve the crime. - John
Iris and her grandmother team up to open a shop featuring Iris's hand-made apron designs. What they weren't planning on was a skeleton in the basement.
This one isn't craft related, but it was one of my favorites of last year and it just came out in paperback. Two sisters inherit an old hotel in the remote Isles of Scilly off the coast of Cornwall and find themselves in an Agatha-style mystery!