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  • A good whodunit mystery.

    Love Love this book cover!!! This whodunit will have you on the edge of your seat up to the very end.

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  • A Yarn of a Mystery

    I loved reading A Case for the Yarn Maker by Candace Havens book two in her Ainsley McGregor mystery series. Ainsley McGregor, a former, and now part-time, English professor, followed her dream and opened an artisan market in Sweet River, Texas. The market, “Bless Your Art”, would be a central location for local artists to sell their merchandise and teach classes, as well as hopefully bring tourists to the town. This space was filled to the rafters with colorful art, yarn, jewelry, pet treats, jellies, antiques and even a few medieval weapons; encouraging the merchants to become a quasi family of sorts. Inviting internationally known Yarn Goddess to sign her latest book and offer a workshop was a coup for Ainsley; as the town filled with visitors and fans. When the Yarn Goddess goes missing at the workshop venue, one of the merchants substitutes and satisfies the fans. After returning to her store, Ainsley’s Great Dane once again, finds a dead body; that of Yarn Goddess. When her merchant friend is accused of the murder, Ainsley knows she has to figure out the whys, hows, and who the real killer is. Her protective brother, the sheriff, didn’t want her help nor would his warning her to stop investigating. Then there’s the “Murder Board” that many of the vendors and town folk worked on, helping to figure out who the killer could be. If she didn’t find the killer soon she just might be the next victim; even if Jake her neighbor, brother’s best friend, and her crush was “baby sitting” her 24/7. I genuinely enjoyed reading this funny, sweet and intriguing book and had trouble putting this book down. Ms Havens kept me on my toes guessing who the killer was, until I turned the last page. Her writing had me feeling as if I was there, watching the events unfold. I loved seeing Ainsley’s friendship with Jake progressing. I highly recommend A Case for the Yarn Maker to other readers and look forward to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • Cozy Mystery with a Touch of Romance

    This was a really good Cozy Mystery that reminded me of a Hallmark movie. As I started reading this book i could see this book in my minds eye as a movie. That to me makes a wonderful read as a book. And I for one want to thank the author for keeping me well entertained while reading it. "Bless Your Art" is the kind of arts and crafts store that I would have opened if I had been able too. Ainsley is the owner of the shop and has others who rent space and help out inside the shop as well. She is also a part time professor as well as now a detective one might say. It seems that murder likes to find her. This is the second book in the Anisley McGregor series and each can be read as a stand alone. In this one we have the murder of the Yarn Goddess for her to solve and we get to see her in act with Jake a different kind of mystery all in itself. I loved that this was a bit more than a "normal" cozy mystery in we also get a touch of romance and that to me will keep me coming back for more from author Candace Havens.

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  • Yarn, Murder and Humor

    Ainsley is back on a case with her trusty protector, George Clooney. George Clooney, her Great Dane that is. Don’t you just love that name for him. It fits him too because as usual he is a smart, loyal protector for Ainsley. That is just what she needs in A Case for the Yarn Maker (Ainsley McGregor #2) by Candace Havens. This is a series that is growing on me. The first book introduced Ainsley and her setting up the art Emporium in Sweet River, Texas. I thought then there will be many different artisan characters in these stories. I was not wrong. The first book involved wine, this one yarn and a Yarn Goddess along with a local octogenarian. Yes, you heard right. Murder and humor go well together in the hands of writer Candace Havens. Recommend for anyone who needs to relax and take their minds off of the today’s problems. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • A great addition to this series

    This is the second book in this series and once again Ainsley McGregorand her dog George Clooney will be up to their necks in a mysterious death in Sweet River, Texas. The Yarn Goddess is coming to toen and giving a lecture about her yarn at the local fair but not everyone is happy about her been there Town local Mrs. Whedon accuses her that her yarn causes rashes So when the Yarn Goddess is found dead she is the prime suspect But there is more to this case than anyone suspects ans soon Ainsley is a target herself Who is the murderer and was it even someone in town.

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