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Angie Curtis and the Mainely Needlepointers are all too familiar with the Gardener estate. The crumbling Victorian mansion, known as Aurora, has been sitting vacant for nearly 25 years - and some say that it's haunted by the ghost of Jasmine Gardener, the teenage girl who died there in 1970 under mysterious circumstances. Harbor Haven is abuzz with excitement when Hollywood actress Skye West decides to buy Aurora and sell off its furnishings. And Angie is intrigued when Skye asks her to appraise the estate's sizable collection of needlepoint pictures. But the more she examines the pieces, the more they seem to point toward Jasmine's murder - and the murderer - and it's up to Angie to stitch the clues together.

©2015 Lea Wait (P)2016 Tantor

Critic Reviews

"Deep atmosphere, secrets from the past, and a mystery interview with sharp plotting and well-developed, sympathetic characters create another winner in the second of the Mainly Needlepoint Mysteries." (RT Book Reviews)

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Great audio book to hear while cooking and knitting ...good story ..like the main character.

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 01-30-16

It was okay

The characters were well developed and the mystery well plotted. I felt that the story was a bit dry. There wasn't very much humor.