Tragedy strikes on the opening night of the Fall Crafters Fair when a woman is killed in the parking lot of Daisy's Quilt Shop and the only material witness is one of Melinda Byer's boys. The investigation takes a more bizarre turn when detective Shane Black becomes convinced the killer was actually after Callie.
This time it's a madman loose in the largest crowd of the year, and he's looking for something or someone. If they can't figure out what - or who - one of Deborah and Callie's close circle of friends may be next.
Masked identities, antique quilts with hidden messages, an Amish boy whose handicap makes him stronger, one brave dog, and a possible hidden treasure make for nonstop action, danger, and a dash of romance.
©2012 Vanetta Chapman (P)2012 Zondervan
Wow every body should get this book on audible . I just finished it last night . Great suspense from beginning to end . The ending , not where I expected . Not going to say what I mean , got to listen it to find out . This is a can't put it down book , gota keep reading or listening . I do love it .
for sure I have already started looking for more series by her.
she was great. she made the story what it was.
sadness for sure. suspense
My Husband and I set down at night and turn on the audio book with a cup of tea. what a great relaxing time after a busy day.. thank you so much for sharing.
I wouldn't know I didn't read the print version.
I couldn't put the book down.
I enjoyed the entire series. I loved the characters and the young boy that was the wittnes was so appealing.
I enjoyed this entire series, and while you could read/listen to them as stand alone books, the series gives much more insight.
I could not find the second book on audio, but I was able to get it for my Kindle.
The author always includes much more action than most writers of this genre, but I thought this was the most suspenseful of the series. I hope there are more.
However the ending is unsatisfactory. There is no completion. It simply stops and leaves the reader hanging. Most unsatisfactory conclusion to an otherwise excellent book. Too bad.
Out of everything I've listen to, probably a 3 1/2.
When you realized the mean cop wasn't such a bad guy. I hated him at first.
When Callie realize she had a closeness that felt like the family she never had with her friends.
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