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Publisher's Summary

Knitting Can Be Murder! 

I’m not a cop. I’m a soon-to-be-ex-wife, and former full-time mom who works part-time at the local yarn store. The biggest mystery I’ve ever solved is finding a missing knitting needle tucked behind my ear after spending all morning looking for it. 

Someone in Harmony Lake is trying to stitch me up for murder.

In a small town where everyone has a secret they want to keep hidden, no one is talking to the out-of-town cop who’s been brought in to solve the case. So, armed with everything I’ve learned from watching murder mysteries on TV, and a little help from my friends, it’s up to me to find the real killer and clear my name. 

Can I knit the clues together and expose the killer before they unravel and kill again?  

I hope so, because knitting needles aren't allowed in prison, and I look horrible in orange. 

This book includes a link to a free knitting pattern.

If you like your cozy mysteries with a bit of humour, small town Canadian life, a hint of romance, a close circle of quirky, lovable characters that you wish you knew in real life, dogs and cats, and free knitting patterns, there's something in this series for you.

Clean listen: no graphic violence, sex, or strong language.

Other books in the series:

  1. Knit One Murder Two
  2. Killer Cables
  3. Murder & Merino

Knit One Murder Two is a stand-alone story. Each book ends with a solved mystery, though the characters lives progress throughout the series. The books can be listened to in any order.

©2020 Carpe Filum Press (P)2021 Carpe Filum Press

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Knitting and murder

I enjoyed this book! The characters were enjoyable and there was a lot of humor throughout the story. Megan has a testy relationship with her husband who will soon be her ex-husband. There’s someone who knows some secrets about them. There’s someone who ends up murdered. The story has a small town setting. It was a fun cozy mystery!

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Knit One Murder Two A Knitorious Murder Mystery,

Meghan and her husband of twenty years are living together but are together to make sure their daughter is not tramatized with her parents impending divorce just before she is set to go to college. Then she discovers her soon to be ex husband had an affair with a junior member of his law firm. Now they are being blackmailed. Once by the woman's husband and then someone else. Then later the second man is found murdered by Meghan. Now it looks like Meghan and her soon to be ex husband are on the top of the list of suspects.So Meghan and her friends start trying to decipher the clues as to who the real murderer is.
Zim Avaltrades brings each of the characters alive as she weaves the story of a small town.
Fantastic audio and story.

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Good book. Performance murder.

I’ve read most of Reagan Davis’ books in this series and enjoyed them. This narration was almost painful to listen to. I finally adjusted the speed to see if it helped but it didn’t.

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Interesting twist on a cozy

Location Harmony Lake, Canada.
This is the first in the series. I listened to this book when given the opportunity. I also read it with my prime account.

Meg and Adam live together and will be filing for divorce as soon as their daughter leaves for college. Paul confronts her and tries to blackmail her. Meg is having none of it. Adam is being blackmailed at work. It gets messy.

Paul is killed and both Meg and Adam become suspects.
I like how the town comes together to support these two. The investigator made an impression on me. I’ll be checking out the next in the series.

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Fun Read

This was a really fun read. The story is light and fun, but just intriguing enough to keep you guessing. I really like the voice actor who kept the story engaging with the voices. The text effect was a really nice touch.

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  • tomsboxers
  • 05-15-21

A fun story with a twist.

I really enjoyed this book; I found it to be well-written, good characters and most of all fun to listen too.
The narrator does a really god job of bringing this story to life.
I received this audiobook for free and wanted to give an honest opinion.

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  • Julie
  • 04-29-21

Gets you all tied up in knots

I really enjoyed this book, this is the first book by this author that I have read or listened to but it won't be the last, especially if there are more books in this series. Even if you aren't interested in knitting you should give this book a go because other than tangling you up in knots trying to work out who the killer is, the knitting references was just in passing and the mystery was the main focus. I actually liked the fact that the main character worked in a wool shop it was a nice change to the usual book store or food establishment that you usually find in cozy mysteries. The characters were like able and a liked the small town Canadian vibe of the book where everybody knows each other and you can keep a cat in your shop. It was also nice the fact that the main character is getting a divorce but is still on speaking terms with the cheating husband give or take, it added a nice dimension to her home life and opened it up to some romance. The mystery it's self was interesting with plenty of suspects and twists and I liked how the murderer got caught. I will be looking out for the next book.
Megan's day is off to a bad start when she wakes up to the message that her soon to be ex husband is cheating on her with a married woman and her husband wants to met. It doesn't help that she missed a local meeting getting the bad news and the chairman calls her out about it in the middle of the street. Then the man she meets informs her that his wife is a junior at her husband law firm and if he doesn't quit then the partner's will be informed. She then has to drop of some forgotten wool only to find the man that accosted her dead in his cereals. Could things get any worse? Apparently yes the dead man was also trying to blackmail Megan's husband and the police are looking at the two of them like suspects. Megan can't let her daughter grow up without either of her parent's and decide to look into the murder herself. With everybody keeping secrets from the police will she be the one to unravel the ball. Knitting might be her passion but when her freedom and her husband is threatened it will take more than two murders and a frame up job to stop Megan.
I liked the narrator. This is the first book I have listened to her narrate but I hope it won't be the last because she does a good job and made it interesting.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-17-21

Pleasant listen

Knowledgeable knitting references that are great, but accents where a bit off putting at first. Altogether good book series if you like crafts and mystery