Scumble River #17
On Sale: September 2, 2014
Featuring: Skye Denison; Guinevere Stallings; Wally Boyd
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School psychologist Skye Denison has been waiting forever
for her happily-ever-after with police chief Wally Boyd.
her bliss threatens to unravel on the very first day of
their luxurious honeymoon cruise, when Skye becomes
convinced that she has glimpsed her mother on board! Surely
even momzilla May wouldn’t have manipulated Wally into
booking the same trip that her knitting group is
May’s possible presence can’t cool Skye and Wally’s ardor
their personal Love Boat, but discovering knitting expert
Guinevere Stallings as she lies dying from a stab wound
leaves them untangling the clues of yet another murder
investigation rather than getting tangled in the sheets.
Since Skye found the body, she’s considered a top suspect,
but she’s far from the only one. Guinevere’s imperious ways
needled nearly everyone, and she left an impressive number
of enemies. It’s up to the crafty newlyweds to figure out
which of the wronged parties was angry enough to cast
2 comments posted.
Re: Murder Of A Needled Knitter
Those 5 things are so very, very true!! I'm so sorry you couldn't find a way to put the Dooziers on a cruise- even the thought has me laughing like a loon. As for your question, I try to avoid hobby groups other than book clubs but yes, I've been in a book club with an individual that should be thankful the members didn't read a lot of mystery novels or I'm sure they'd have figured out a way to dispose of her permanently LOL!!!
(Debbie Wiley 7:56pm September 15, 2014)
I was an assistant teacher in a big knitting group a few
years back. There was one woman who joined. In the
beginning, she was very nice, then out of the blue, she
decided to pick on me, in front of the others, for no
reason. This continued, and rather than have me totally
lose it in front of the group, I decided to just drop out of
class. Afterward, the class decided they had enough of her,
too, and missed me, so they disbanded. I have since been
asked to come back and start a new knitting group, with a
new group of women, and we both knit and crochet. I'm still
getting used to these new personalities, and things are
going smoother, but it's a far cry from having the "one
woman" that I had to deal with in the old class!! I heard
she shows up at this one from time to time, and we'll cross
this bridge when it happens, but the new women can't stand
(Peggy Roberson 10:56am September 16, 2014)
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