When the historic Hopkins ferry was raised from the bottom of the lake, who would have thought they were literally raising the dead! But there it was—a skeleton—right before their eyes. Unfortunately, the evidence is slim and soggy: the boat sank in 1949, the victim on board was a woman, and near the body is a piece of unidentifiable lacelike fabric. Sounds like a job for Betsy Devonshire. Betsy knows there's more to this story than what’s on the surface. And once she and patrons of her needlecraft shop start lending a hand, they're sure to stitch together the details of this unnerving mystery...
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interlocking - intense - intrigue
The plot stayed fresh & involved, NOT backtracking on previous story lines repeatedly like so many books are doing now so they feel like a newscast - same things said from 4 different angles...
The talk of the approaching winter weather and the views of those that live there always and those new to the area. Descriptions were great!
Getting the next 2 books now, gotta keep reading these!
Nothing great about this series but they are light and easy. I really like them after listening or reading a book I found challenging or difficult in some way. They are like brain candy. If you aren't interested in craft these might bore you silly.
This is the second installment of the Needlecraft Mystery series set in Excelsior MN. In this installment, Betsy falls into another investigation and solves it in her usual entertaining fashion. This is a good book and I will lok forward to the next book in the series.
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