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    Third book in A Queen Bees Quilt Shop Mystery

    A Bias for Murder is the third novel in A Queen Bees Quilt Shop Mystery series which I recommend reading in order. It will allow you to become familiar with the characters (they can be hard to keep straight) and their relationships. I thought A Bias for Murder was easy to read with heartwarming characters, charming small town, and beautiful quilts. Po Paltrow has a proven track record in solving crimes. Po along with the other ladies in the Crestwood Quilters have the necessary connections to get the information they need. The group is also busy working on eight quilt tops for Adele’s new bed and breakfast including a special quilt for Oliver’s former bedroom. The mystery is straightforward. There are multiple suspects and direct clues. The killer can be identified very early in the story and the reason why is equally apparent (unfortunately). I liked that there were a series of incidents that provided action to keep the book moving forward. I loved the quilt descriptions and comradery between the quilters. They are a close knit group of women who get together to quilt, solve crimes, enjoy good food, and so much more. There are plenty of lovely cozy moments in this character driven book. A Bias for Murder is a heartwarming cozy mystery perfect for a rainy afternoon or an afternoon relaxing poolside. A Bias for Murder has a greedy developer, a publishing professor, an offensive sister, a magnificent mansion, striking quilts, and seven sewing sleuths.
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    Great Book

    A Bias for Murder by Sally Goldenbaum is the third book in the Queen Bees Quilt Shop Mystery Series. Let me just say that I love, love, love this series. I have read all three and this series is a gem. It just keeps getting better and better. The way Ms Goldenbaum has created a setting and set of characters that I have been able to invest in, is a testament to how great these books are. We continue where we left off from the last novel with the shenanigans and daily lives of Po, Kate, PJ, Leah, Maggie, Selma, Susan, Max, Eleanor and Phoebe. This time they end up investigating what they feel is a murder of a mutual friend, Ollie, and the plot continues to thicken with more twists and problems added on. The chemistry and the likability of the crew sells the books. The murder/mystery components are always great, and yet again I thought I knew the culprit, but I was actually wrong. Great stuff. I can’t wait to read more of this series. Enthusiastic 5/5.
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    A Bias for Murder

    liked the mystery however Po's late husbands name was Scott in book 1 &2 but in the 3rd book Bias for Murder was Bruce. How did this happen?
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    A Bias for Murder

    The story is good....... but in the first 2 books, Po's husband is Scott and in this one he's Bruce. Sorta ruins it and makes you wonder!?!? Also, 2 major discrepancies, so obviously no one is checking and proofing this book! Disappointing so won't bother with any more that might be written
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    Fun Cozy Mystery Series

    When a beloved member of their town dies unexpectedly (and suspiciously?), Po and her quilting crew decide to do a little investigating on their own. Can they find the culprit and stay safe in the process? I'm really enjoying this cozy mystery series. The characters and storylines are interesting and engaging. The town itself seems like it would be a fun place to live. And I would love to be a member of Po's quilting crew. I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley. My thoughts and opinions are my own and without bias or remuneration.
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