Double Knit Murders A Knitting Mystery #1 #2 PDF/EPUB

10 thoughts on “Double Knit Murders A Knitting Mystery #1 #2

  1. Glenda Glenda says:

    Cookie cutter book It follows the standard format that most cookie cutter books follow All is wellsomeone gets murdered who is a good friend of the heroineheroine has a hunch and does than the police dothe heroine gets the person to confessall ends well in the little town Kinda like the Perry Mason TV show I liked the first onesecond one was too predictable Easy read no thinking reuired

  2. Rachel Rachel says:

    Great characters The writings not exactly my style but it is well written and I enjoyed it Especially the knitting lessons They cracked me up The mysteries weren't bad though I did figure out the murderer for both about a uarter way through All in all two decent books and I'm looking forward to #3

  3. Steve Steve says:

    Everything about these books are awesomeI really enjoy reading these books I crave and read them cover to cover when I can find another one These come HIGHLY recommended to you by me I also love to knit hand uilt and cook Add a cup of hot tea and you have a perfect evening

  4. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    The knitting and yarn descriptions are awesome The struggles of a knitter is excellent But the mystery part was not my cup of tea I got it to see what kind of patterns there were and found the stories were lacking to me like Debbie Macomber's

  5. Ella Portera Ella Portera says:

    This is a delightful read with lots of twists and turns There are vivid descriptions and characters that you would want to call friends This is definitely a place I would love to visit I even picked up some knitting tips along the way Can't wait to see from this author

  6. sharn sharn says:

    Love the plot twists and turns it was not till the end that I began to suspect who did itWill be reading the rest of this series in the near future and I love the knitting directions and recipes

  7. Tammie Lagimodiere Tammie Lagimodiere says:

    I like how in the end the murderer is caught and it kept email guessing right up until the end of the book

  8. Autumn Autumn says:

    fun light reading well written and engaging solid cozy mystery

  9. Sally Kill Sally Kill says:

    Too much coffeeNot as good as the first but enjoyed learning about wool alpacas etc Kelly drinks too much coffee and we do not need to know every time she takes a sip

  10. Angela Engelbert Angela Engelbert says:

    Fun readEasy read and kept my interest Enjoy the characters I could envision the scenery left me wanting to grab the next in series Well written

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Double Knit Murders A Knitting Mystery #1 #2 ➳ [Reading] ➶ Double Knit Murders A Knitting Mystery #1 #2 By Maggie Sefton ➩ – The first two books in the national bestselling Knitting mysteries Knit One Kill Two and Needled to Death In Knit One Kill Two Kelly Flynn returns to Colorado for her aunt's funeral only to suspect th The first two books in the national Murders A ePUB ✓ bestselling Knitting mysteries Knit One Kill Two and Needled to Death In Knit One Kill Two Kelly Flynn returns to Colorado for her aunt's funeral only to suspect that the woman's Double Knit Kindle - death was not an accident With the help of the knitting regulars at House of Lambspun Kelly's about to get a few lessons in creating a sumptuously colored scarf and in luring a killer out of hiding In Needled Knit Murders A PDF/EPUB ¿ to Death Kelly visits her friend Vickie's alpaca farm and finds her splayed out on her original hand woven rug blood seeping into the design Kelly can't resist investigating even if it means taking a break from the sweater Knit Murders A Knitting Mystery Epub / she's been knitting in the round.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 448 pages
  • Double Knit Murders A Knitting Mystery #1 #2
  • Maggie Sefton
  • English
  • 20 November 2015

About the Author: Maggie Sefton

Margaret ConlanFrom author website First a little Murders A ePUB ✓ biographical information as introduction Born in Richmond VA I grew up in Northern Virginia in Arlington close to Washington DC I attended university and received a Bachelor's degree in English Literature Double Knit Kindle - Journalism married and started my family there All four of my daughters are grown and established in careers of their own and are literally scattered around the globe I now reside in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado with two Knit Murders A PDF/EPUB ¿ very demanding dogs.