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Murder at Lambswool Farm by Sally Goldenbaum

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The Wedding Shawl, May 2011
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A Holiday Yarn, November 2010
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Moon Spinners, May 2010
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Patterns In The Sand, May 2009
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Death By Cashmere, August 2008
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Murder On A Starry Night, December 2005
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A Murder Of Taste, November 2004
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Murders On Elderberry Road, August 2003
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Murder at Lambswool Farm
Sally Goldenbaum

A Seaside Knitters Mystery #11
NAL
May 2016
On Sale: May 3, 2016
320 pages
ISBN: 0451471644
EAN: 9780451471642
Kindle: B013Q70DCS
Hardcover / e-Book
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Mystery Cozy

Late summer blooms in beautiful Sea Harbor, Massachusetts, and while a harvest thrives, Izzy Chambers Perry and the other Seaside Knitters will need to cast on their sleuthing skills to save a local farm. Unfortunately, finding a killer can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. . . .

Seaside Knitter Birdie Favazza has long loved knitting, but lately she’s taken on a new challenge—making a family farm operational again. With help from friends, Lambswool Farm is now up and running, with thriving crops and grazing sheep. In addition, the farm will host rustic, six-course prix fixe dinners plated by local chefs and served on a gorgeous restored harvest table, decorated to perfection with colorful knitted vegetables crafted by Izzy Chambers Perry, her aunt Nell, and the other Seaside Knitters.

But on the night of the first meal, everything spins out of control when one of the guests, Seaside Harbor’s family physician, becomes fatally ill. It seems that behind Dr. Alan Hamilton’s friendly bedside manner was a man with enemies and secrets.

Soon the town is gossiping and pointing fingers at all possible suspects—including the women at Lambswool Farm. Now the Seaside Knitters must join together to uncover the truth in Dr. Hamilton’s complicated past—and restore peace to town and country alike.

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20 comments posted.

Re: Murder at Lambswool Farm

My biggest fear is high places. I can't even stand to look out the windows of a tall building. If I stay at a hotel I try to get a lower floor or keep the windows covered. Thanks.
(Sharon Extine 11:39pm May 10, 2016)

My biggest fear - well there is a big list - LOL - but I think the main one is not being able to lose my excess weight.
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Felicia Ciaudelli 10:53am May 11, 2016)

My biggest fear is SNAKES! I can't even write the word without breaking into a sweat and having a panic attack. Judging by the cover of the book, it doesn't look like I'll find any of those slithering creatures at Lamsbwool Farm. It's too pretty. :)
(
Jamie Stein 12:30pm May 11, 2016)

My biggest fear is not being well and healthy enough to look
after myself.
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Sharon Berger 12:46pm May 11, 2016)

My biggest fear is wondering if my cancer will ever come
back or if a new type will develop
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Maryann Skaritka 2:21pm May 11, 2016)

I am terrified of RATS!
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Tanja Dancy 1:19pm May 12, 2016)

cancer or being caught with no money and no friends
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Angela Parrish 3:47pm May 13, 2016)

snakes
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Ann Unger 4:18pm May 13, 2016)

Spiders and snakes are my biggest fears.
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Gloria Rutkowski 8:51pm May 13, 2016)

My biggest fear is of bad health I hate to feel sick. But hey I can relate to all of these.
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Marilyn Watson 4:43am May 14, 2016)

My biggest fear is cancer . I have watched several relatives , and close friends pass away with this and right now my oldest sister is in the hospital under Hospice Care which I have been seeing everyday and will to her last day .
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Joan Thrasher 9:57am May 14, 2016)

fear of heights
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G. Bisbjerg 3:34pm May 14, 2016)

My biggest fear is bees, when I was 4 I went outside to play and ran right into a swam of them I scream and ran back in the house crying my Mom check me I had no bees on me and did not get stung.
Penney
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Penney Wilfort 4:39pm May 14, 2016)

my fear is fire I am afraid of being burned in a fire
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Jeri Dickinson 6:54pm May 14, 2016)

Cockroaches and centipedes-- I really don't like the creepy crawlies!
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Nancy Mejia 12:30pm May 15, 2016)

I am afraid of being trapped in a submerged car.
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Renee Grandinetti 10:30pm May 15, 2016)

I would love to enter and get to know
your work
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Jane Squires 4:28am May 16, 2016)

Cancer is my greatest fear. I lost a very close family member to the Big C.
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Anna Speed 12:05pm May 16, 2016)

Electricity. My step-father's grandmother was standing in water
next to her laundry and she was shocked as she pulled the chain
of the light. I was about 9 at the time and helped her to speak
again.
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Leona Olson 9:03pm May 16, 2016)

chickens
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Dianne McVetty 11:13pm May 16, 2016)

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