The national bestselling author of the Seaside
Knitters mysteries returns to find the Crestwood Quilters on
pins and needles when a killer strikes. . .
As owners of the popular bistro The French Quarter, former
New York City restauranteurs Picasso and Laurel St. Pierre
are the toast of the town of Crestwood, Kansas. Chef
Picassoâ€™s culinary creations delight the women of the
quilting club, who have embraced him as a friend. But
Laurelâ€™s anti-social behavior confuses Kate Simpsonâ€”until
she spots Mrs. St. Pierre with another man in what appears
to be a loverâ€™s spat.
Gossip travels fast in a small town like Crestwood, and
rumor has it this isnâ€™t Laurelâ€™s first indiscretion. She
also filed a police report accusing Picasso of domestic
abuse. And when Laurelâ€™s murdered body is found Picasso is
the prime suspect. To prove their friendâ€™s innocence, Kate
and the Crestwood Quilters must uncover the secrets of
Laurelâ€™s pastâ€”a patchwork history wrapped up in Kateâ€™s own
teenage years . . .