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  • A Mystery Prefaced with Samplers

    Thread and Buried by Lea Wait left me with questions unanswered: 1. What was Angie's legal position with the local law officials; 2. Was her boyfriend a "steady" or an "on again, off again" affair? They didn't seem too attached to me; 3. I didn't get the impression that watching someone fall off a cliff and drown was a "too horrific occasion" to the film crew. Possibly, they were too inured to such events because they "staged" these film mishaps. Especially the two techs setting up the microphone, who blamed the third guy because he wasn't their friend; 4. I didn't get the hometown ladies sorted out except for "Gram "and Ruth, the writer of the story being filmed on site, who was upset because the victim kept changing the script. A satisfactory ending!

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  • Thread and buried

    I ejoyed the book. It was difficjlt to put down with all the twist and turns . The poetic quotations between each paragraph were not necessary.

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  • Thread and buried

    Mainly Maine needlepoint series is always an engaging read and this one in the series is no different. It was great to read Agie'sthought processes to arrive at the name of the killer. I also appreciated the small finding of the court hearing at the end.

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