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    PURLS AND POISON by Anne Canadeo

    PURLS AND POISON BY Anne Canadeo is tenth book in the Black Sheep Knitting Mysteries series taking place in Plum Harbor. It can definitely be read as a standalone. PURLS AND POISON is the story of Suzanne Cavanaugh becoming the Essex County Police Department’s number one suspect in a murder case. Suzanne works at Prestige Properties alongside her rival, Liza Devereaux. Although they both work hard, Suzanne feels that Liza is stealing work and commissions from her which comes to a head at an office meeting when Suzanne felt Liza was poaching her client and stealing her commission. Tempers flared coming just short of blows. There’s no secret to the animosity between the two. When Liza turns up dead, Suzanne becomes the police’s prime suspect Suzanne has a lot in her corner from her devoted husband, her son who gets a black eye sticking up for her, her newly hired lawyer, and a bunch of great friends - The Blacksheep Knitters. They are all determined to find answer to who murdered Liza and why they were trying to frame Suzanne for it. Maggie and Lucy even engage Liza’s mother to help them find clues. After all, all they all want is for the REAL killer to be punished for such a horrendous crime. Life gets complicated for Maggie, Suzanne’s friend, when she has to decide whether to support her friend, who she knows is innocent, or sit idly by while her boyfriend, Detective Charles Mossbacher, railroads her best friend. She knew what she had to do and it ended up moving her relationship from about to move in together to not talking to each other at all. She was a true testament to true friendship – when you put another before yourself. Along the way, there are a lot of twists and turns that add more people to the suspect list, take others off the list when alibis are substantiated, as well as finding out family secrets and past events that no one knew about. Are they solving one crime or two? The author definitely keeps you engaged and turning pages trying to figure out whodunit. The final reveal is surprising, but makes the story all the more exciting. Once you know the answer you will wonder why you didn’t see it coming. Recommend this book to anyone that loves a wonderful cozy mystery, great characters and that will have you guessing to the very end. It’s well written and well worth the read. I now want to check out the other nine books in this series.
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    A solid cozy

    This latest offering in the series is a solid cozy mystery. The friendship with the knitting group is the backbone of this series. The whodunit was well written and interesting. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    Book 10 and I’m just finding the series! <3

    When realtor Suzanne is the prime suspect in the murder of her nemesis and coworker, the ladies in her knitting club come to her rescue. But th8ngs are looking pretty bleak for Suzanne, but with friends who have your back and put their own neck on the line for you, there’s still hope. What Suzanne and the gang discover is far more than who done it. They find that the murder victim was more than they just saw her to be. It’s a good lesson for all of us to think about and learn more about people before being so quick to judge them. I enjoyed the ladies of the black sheep knitting club and loom forward to reading more in this series. The only reason I gave it four stars is because Suzanne is a tad whiny and self absorbed. Granted she learns her lesson, but it was a bit annoying. From what I have read, th stories are to,s from. Other characters voices as well. So I’m going to check those out. Good read though.
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