On Sale: May 16, 2017
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Historical seamstress Daria Dembrowski has her work cut
out for her as she searches for a killer's pattern . .
Daria has come up with a brilliant new plan to
expand her seamstress business beyond stitching wedding
gowns—historical sewing. And with Civil War re-enactors
setting up camp in her hometown of Laurel Springs,
Pennsylvania, she has plenty of opportunities, including one
client playing a Confederate colonel who's a particular
stickler for authenticity.
But soon the small-town
peace starts coming apart at the seams as an antique doll is
stolen from a Civil War exhibit and the cranky colonel is
found impaled by his own bayonet. When Daria's brother is
suspected of the theft and a bridal client's fiancé is
accused of the murder, Daria is determined to untangle the
clues to prove their innocence. She needs to get this case
sewn up fast, though, before the murderer re-enacts the
crime and makes her history.
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