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When a quilting event falls to pieces, Beatrice works to patch things up. Dappled Hills quilters are eagerly anticipating new events at the Patchwork Cottage quilt shop. The shop’s owner, Posy, has announced "Sew and Tell" socials and a mystery quilt group project. But one day, instead of emailed quilt instructions, the quilters receive a disturbing message about a fellow quilter. When that quilter mysteriously meets her maker, Beatrice decides to use her sleuthing skills to find the killer before more lives are cut short.

©2017 Elizabeth Spann Craig (P)2020 Elizabeth Spann Craig

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  • Julie
  • 06-16-20

Pieces fall together

I enjoyed this book. You don't need to like quilting and don't expect to be able to whip up a quilt after listening to this book, the series is just based around a group of friends that like quilting and how they keep getting caught up in murder investigations. I did like that side of the story and the ideas for the quilts, especially the proposal quilt, I have never heard of that before. But it is the mystery I liked best and the quilting is used just as a way to interview or question suspects and with a lot of suspects and motives they need all the help they can get. I had sort of guessed who it was but wasn't sure. I like the characters and even Miss Sissy is growing on me. I can't wait for the next book to see how the romances or weddings play out. Customers at the patchwork Cottage quilting shop has be slow and Posy the owner decides to drum up for customers by offering events and making it fun to shop there by offering to host the first Sew and tell. A great way to show of your projects, meet other like minded people and eat great food. However someone sabotages the event before it even begins but during Posy's contact list to send a nasty email. The event still goes ahead but it is after the event that things turn deadly when Beatrice finds a body of one of the ladies at the event. Beatrice is afraid one of her fellow quilters has resorted to murder to solve her problems with the woman. It seems the woman wasn't what she appeared to be and all the ladies in the group had a reason to dislike her but is that a reason to kill her? The more she questions people the more secrets she uncovers but it look like the dead lady had all ready uncovered them and that was what got her killed. Is Beatrice next? She hopes not because she is busy planning a proposal quilt for her best friends son to give to her daughter and she would like to be around to see if she says yes. Also she wants to go on a quiet date with her own man without it getting ruined by finding dead bodies or a killer. Only asking the right questions and finding the killer will any of this happen. I like the narrator and thought she did a good job of bringing the characters to life. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.