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  • Dyeing wishes

    Can't wait for book 3

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  • DYEING WISHES by Molly MacRae

    DYEING WISHES by Molly MacRae is the second book in the A Haunted Yarn Shop Mystery series. The TGIF (Thank Goodness It’s Fiber) club shows up at Debbie Keith’s farm, the Cloud Hallow, to see her Cotswold sheep and to learn about dyeing their wool only to find Will Embree and Shannon Goforth dead in the field before the class even starts. To complicate things, Shannon is the daughter of Bonny, one of the club members. The big questions is – was it the murder/suicide that it first appears or a double murder? Kath Rutledge is asked by a few to get to the bottom of their deaths since she seems to have inherited her Grandmothers “talents” and has had success doing so in the past. Upon her death, Kath’s grandmother left her the Weaver’s Cat , a fiber and fabric shop. Kath moved to Blue Plum, Tennessee to run the Cat to learn she seems to have also inherited a ghost – Geneva. Geneva lives in the attic of the Weaver’s Cat and only Kath can see and hear her. Geneva is a diehard fan of the old TV shows. She also considers herself Kath’s assistant sleuth. Although at times she can get on Kath’s last nerve, Kath finds that she’s grown quite attached to her as well. Kath enlists the help of the TGIF to run down clues and to do research in order to try to figure out who murdered this couple that were in love. Sort of a divide and conquer thing. The members are varied in occupation, skill and age. There’s Thea the librarian, Ernestine who is a spry 80ish lady, Mel who owns Melody Gresham Café, and Ardis Buchanan who runs the Cat to name just a few. All determined to put their heads together and solve the crime feeling that Deputy Cole Dunbar will never get it figured out right by himself. Kath’s had dealings with Cole, Clod as she calls him privately to herself, before. Yep, she feels he needs her help, but she is willing to keep him informed of any facts they may come across. Now, if she can stay off the radar from the Spivey’s – Shirley, Mercy and Angela, and figure out what the real story is behind Sylvia Furches and Pen Ledford with their sneaking around, maybe they can come up with the truth and who the murderer is. There is mystery, intrigue and murder afoot for sure. Along the way there is a hint of romance. All of it will have you turning the pages, learning to love the characters in Blue Plum, wishing you were a member of the TGIF, second guessing yourself along the way and surprised in the end. There is even a pattern and recipes in the back of the book that connect with the storyline. DYEING WISH can definitely be read as a standalone book. I, for one, will be going back to read book number one after having read this one. I hope to have the opportunity to read more adventures with Kath, Geneva and the TGIF and maybe a bit more of a romantic interest for Kath. I highly recommend this book to anyone that love a cozy mystery that fulfills while leaving you wanting more.

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