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    Silent knit

    Fantastic readabout Pamela and Betina, their very supportiee and helpful families and wonderful knitting group. I thoroughly enjoyed this story.
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    The fourth A Knit & Nibble Mystery

    Silent Knit, Deadly Knit by Peggy Ehrhart is the fourth A Knit & Nibble Mystery. Pamela, Wilfred, Bettina and the knitting group are back. They are gearing up for Christmas by finishing last minute gifts and enjoying Christmas cookies. Pamela is happy to have her daughter, Penny home for the winter holidays. I like the diverse group of people that make up the knitting group. They are friendly bunch who get together to create beautifully knit items while they chat and eat items that they have made. Of course, when there is a murder to solve, they brainstorm and snoop. I like that we get to learn more about Pamela as well as the knitting members in each story. We also get to catch up on the lives of the kittens who love to chase yarn and get into mischief. There are some lovely yarn descriptions that had me wanting to add to my stash (which consists of six large totes at the moment). Pamela and the knitting group get involved in the death of Millicent Farthingale. Millicent is a woman of means who is married to Pierre, a French Canadian and owns a local craft store. The mystery was not the primary focus of the book. Pamela was focused on decorating for the holidays, making cookies, and spending time with Penny. There are a couple of suspects in Millicent’s death, but the killer can be pegged in the first quarter of the book. I wish the mystery had been the focus and that it had been more complex. I am glad that the romance between Pamela and Richard is not being rushed. However, I believe it is time to move forward and for them to actually go out (they have been acting juvenile for two mature adults). Silent Knit, Deadly Knit is nicely written, and the story moved along at a nice pace. It can be read as a standalone for those new to the series. There are lovely cozy moments and some humor sprinkled throughout. Silent Knit, Deadly Knit is a merry cozy mystery with scrumptious cookies, yummy yarn, fun felines, Christmas carols, and a meddlesome murder.
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    Silent knit,deadly knit

    Love to read nightly, these stories engage me and lower my blood pressure in times of world pandemic.
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    Knitting, cats, friends, holidays, and murder.

    I received a free copy of SILENT KNIT, DEADLY KNIT (Book 4 of the Knit & Nibble Mysteries) by Peggy Ehrhart in exchange for an honest review. Pamela is enjoying having her daughter Penny home from college for the holidays. Pamela’s happily helping her best friend create tasty nibbles for their knitting meeting. As they work, Pamela and her friend discuss the generosity of the local craft store owner Millicent Farthingale. Millicent is a wealthy woman known to be generous to her friends and family. Millicent even opened the craft store just to provide one of her friends with a job. Pamela’s gaiety is interrupted when Penny calls to tell Pamela that Penny found a body. The victim is Millicent Farthingale. Apparently, not everyone surrounding Millicent was worthy of her generosity. When it seems like law enforcement loses interest in the investigation in favor of holiday festivities, Pamela tries to collect as much information about Millicent as she can. Will Pamela’s investigation stall or will she be able to wrap up the murderer in a pretty Christmas bow? I enjoyed this book and this series. I look forward to the next tale. A lot of this book is the tale of Pamela’s life rather than just the pursuit of a killer. I recommend this book to fans of cozy mysteries with elements relating to knitting, cats, knitting groups, holiday parties, and murder. #SilentKnitDeadlyKnit #NetGalley
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    I liked it

    Number four in the series was a delightful Christmas themed cozy. 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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