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  • Knit one, murder two

    When sweaters start showing up on trees in Arborville, Pamela and Bettina ask the Knit and Nibble members if they know anything about them. Since it’s a secret organization, no one would tell them even if they were included. As the evening wears on, the police arrive and arrest the sole male member of their group for murdering the town’s mayor. Now Pamela and Bettina have two mysteries to solve and they think they may be related. Maybe even related to another death in town a few weeks back. Will they be able o figure out the connection and fit the pieces of the puzzle together and clear their friend, or will they be the next target? A fun series that will have you craving pastries, planning a knitting project and trying to figure out whodunit before all is revealed.

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  • I like this series.

    I received a free copy of A FATAL YARN (Book 5 of the Knit & Nibble Mysteries) by Peggy Ehrhart in exchange for an honest review. Spring has arrived in Arborville, New Jersey, and Easter is just around the corner. Pamela Paterson meets with her knitting group one evening and learns that the town’s mayor has been murdered. Before the end of the meeting, police arrive and arrest one of the group’s members, Rolland DeCamp for the murder. Pamela, Bettina, and the group all know that Rolland is innocent; he’s harmless. Since the police don’t seem to be looking for anyone and seem satisfied with the flimsy evidence they have against Rolland, Pamela and Bettina begin their own investigation. At the same time, they realize a yarn-bombing trend in town may be related to the mayor’s death; the trees marked for removal as a result of one of the mayor’s programs are all wearing sweaters and scarves covering their marks. I liked this book and enjoy the series. I recommend this book to fans of the series. I recommend the entire series to fans of Peggy Ehrhart and to those who enjoy cozy mysteries featuring murder, small towns, knitting, editors, newspaper reporting, pets, good friends, family, neighbors, tag sales, and food. #AFatalYarn #NetGalley

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  • Enjoyable

    This is the fifth book in the series, and it was just as good as the previous ones. I am not usually a fan of "knitting" cozies, but I quite enjoy this one. The characters are appealing, and the whodunit kept me guessing until the final reveal (I did not guess correctly!) I look forward to reading the next in the series. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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  • A lighthearted cozy mystery!

    A Fatal Yarn by Peggy Ehrhart has Pamela Paterson surprised to see trees sporting knitted creations in Arborville, New Jersey. It seems someone is trying to save trees that are scheduled to be cut down with the mayor’s approval. Then the mayor is found dead in his kitchen and Roland DeCamp, a Knit & Nibble member, is arrested for the crime. Pamela and Bettina team up to clear Roland and find the true killer. A Fatal Yarn is the 5th A Knit and Nibble Mystery and it can be read on its own. I like the characters in the story and the descriptions of the yarn plus their knitting projects. I did find the endless details of how they make coffee and cook or bake various items to be tiring. Every single time that Pamela made coffee, it is described in detail. Pamela’s daily routine is also written about (articles she edited, what she wore, what she ate and drank). The focus of A Fatal Yarn is on the people and their lives instead of the mystery. The mystery is straightforward with a dead guy, a few suspects, and misdirection. Identifying the killer was a snap. I wish the mystery had been as interesting as the knitted wraps around the trees. If you prefer your cozy mysteries to have more cozy than mystery, than A Fatal Yarn is right up your alley. A Fatal Yarn is a lighthearted tale with trembling trees, nifty knitted creations, copious quantities of coffee, tasty treats, and a murdered mayor.

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  • Disappointed

    I was disappointed with the book. I felt that if the food descriptions were removed that there would be very little substance to the plot. Having read other books in a similar vein I did have high hopes but didn't find this to my liking. Sorry!

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