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A marriage is forever, isn't it?

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"A heart-melting story of forgiveness and second chances.” -Booklist

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In 1920s Appalachia, two women investigate murder and fight for their community.

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Hunting for the bad guys has never been so dangerous...

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He broke the Man Code rule

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What mysterious curse binds them?

Sally Goldenbaum

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Sally Goldenbaum | Writing by the seat of my pants
May 10, 2016
Sometimes (usually) when I sit down to begin a new mystery, I literally freeze. “Breathe,” I remind myself. So I do, slowly. In and out  Read More...

Sally Goldenbaum | Knitting a Mystery
May 5, 2015
Readers sometimes ask why so many mystery writers structure their stories around a theme—like food or knitting or gardening or bookstores. Why isn’t  Read More...

Sally Goldenbaum | Photo-phobia
May 11, 2013
Recently a family photographer told me that over 90% of the people he photographs begin the session by telling him they aren't photogenic. I  Read More...

Sally Goldenbaum | Characters Welcome
June 11, 2012
Nell, Birdie, Izzy, and Cass. My cast of characters. My friends. My alter egos. I know how the women of Sea Harbor walk, what they  Read More...

Sally Goldenbaum has written thirty or so published novels between the time her children began toddling—and now, when those now-grown children are busy with their own toddlers. And that's the part of her life she is proudest of--three wonderful adult kids. And four amazing grand-kids. She lives with her husband in Prairie Village, KS, which has no oceans, and writes a seaside mystery series set on Cape Ann, MA--which makes up for her landlocked, everyday life.



Seaside Knitters | Seaside Knitters Society


How to Knit a Murder, December 2018
Seaside Knitters Society #2
Murder Wears Mittens, September 2018
Trade Size
A Finely Knit Murder, May 2016
A Seaside Knitters Mystery
Trade Size (reprint)
Murder at Lambswool Farm, May 2016
A Seaside Knitters Mystery #11
Trimmed With Murder, November 2015
Seaside Knitters #10
A Finely Knit Murder, May 2015
Seaside Knitters #9
Murder In Merino, May 2015
Seaside Knitters #8
Murder In Merino, May 2014
Seaside Knitter Mystery
Angora Alibi, May 2013
Seaside Knitters #7
For Men Only, August 2012
The Wedding Shawl, May 2012
Seaside Knitters #5
A Fatal Fleece, May 2012
Seaside Knitters #6
The Wedding Shawl, May 2011
Seaside Knitters #5
A Holiday Yarn, November 2010
Seaside Knitters #4
Moon Spinners, May 2010
Seaside Knitters #3
Patterns In The Sand, May 2009
Seaside Knitters #2
Death By Cashmere, August 2008
Seaside Knitters #1
Murder On A Starry Night, December 2005
Queen Bees Quilt Mystery #3
A Murder Of Taste, November 2004
Queen Bees Quilt Mystery #2
Murders On Elderberry Road, August 2003
Queen Bees Quilt Mystery #1




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