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  • Accidental Fall? Or Murder?

    Life is beginning to settle down again for Lia Geiger, and the crowds are returning to the craft fair where she sells her knitting projects, thanks in part to Cori Littlefield and her wonderful crochet projects. Sadly, Cori is found dead one day near the bottom of a waterfall. While the police rule it a tragic accident, Lia thinks there might be a connection to a similar death from two decades ago – a death that Cori claimed to witness as a little girl. But can Lia find any evidence to back up her claim? I enjoyed the first book in this series, and this was just as much fun. We get a puzzling mystery with several strong suspects. Every time I thought I knew who done it, another suspect would do something to put them at the top of my list. The ending answered all my questions, including one the characters never asked. I do feel like the characters could be a little stronger, but maybe that’s just me, and maybe it’s because of all the background characters. I had no trouble keeping all the characters straight, and a character that rubbed me a bit the wrong way in the first book has definitely softened here. If you are looking for a fun cozy, this is the book you need to pick up.

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  • A creative cozy mystery!

    Stitched in Crime by Emmie Caldwell has Lia solving the murder of fellow crafter, Cori Littlefield. Stitched in Crime is the second A Craft Fair Knitters Mystery and it can be read as a standalone. The story contains good writing with medium pacing. The characters are realistic and relatable. They are, though, still works in progress. I feel the characters especially the background characters need more development. It can be hard to keep track of the various secondary characters because there are so many of them. I thoroughly enjoyed the descriptions of Cori’s crocheted items. They sounded amazing. The mystery was thought out with good clues, several suspects, and a red herring. Cori was a talented artist, but she had an issue from her childhood that troubled her. It led to the woman having problems as an adult. It depends on your sleuthing level on how soon you solve this whodunit. I thought one suspect stood out above the others. The case was neatly wrapped up at the end. I like the Ninth Street Knitters. They are a great bunch of people who create lovely knitted items. It is great how Lia and the group work to solve the case (they are a clever bunch who do not let grass grow under their feet). Stitched in Crime is a creative cozy with a creative crocheter who is now a corpse, a daughter’s muddled mess, a confusing cold case, messy memories, delicious dinners, an awful accident, and a frustrating fundraiser.

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