Died in the Wool: A Knitting Mystery (Knitting Mysteries)


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Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Hi Catherine - So glad you found this article helpful and inspiring!

I hope you find some books you love! As an avid knitter and reader it never occurred to me there was a knit lit genre, so thank you for writing this article. I'm now off to purchase a couple that you mentioned. Hi FlourishAnyway - "knit lit" - it's a cute name, isn't it? Glad to introduce you to a genre of novels that you might enjoy :.

Very interesting! I had no idea there was something known as "knit lit" as a genre. I love mystery as well as crafts. Your descriptions make them worthy books to pursue! Thanks for the information indeed!

Thanks, Glimmer Twin Fan! I really enjoy the knitting mysteries by Anne Canadeo and Sally Goldenbaum. I need to check out some of the other crafting mysteries available. Thanks, as always, for your comments! I love crafting mysteries. I have a bunch of quilting ones and have read a series on scrapbooking ones too. I'm definitely going to check out some of these. Neat hub! I found "Silence of the Llamas" of Anne Canadeo in the online catalog at my local library Thank you for the advice, Pur3Agony!

I loved the Agatha Christie. I think I almost read them all Thanks, kidscrafts!!

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That's the sweetest compliment I've ever gotten. Even my own mom doesn't leave comments like that :. I'm a mystery fan too and the series listed above are just as good as any Agatha Christie or Ruth Rendell. I would suggest you start with Sally Goldenbaum. Her knitting mystery series is really good! Thanks again!! Very interesting hub, Purl3Agony!

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To provide a better website experience, owlcation. Please choose which areas of our service you consent to our doing so. Donna Herron more. The Knitting Group as Support System Some of the most popular knit lit books fall into this category: collection of women come together in a knitting group. Buy Now.

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Women Finding Their Own Way in the World by Opening a Yarn Store Another common plot line in knit lit books are women whose lives have been destroyed by personal disaster, but want to start over again by opening a yarn store. Knitting Mysteries Knitting mysteries combine two things I love: knitting and reading mystery novels.


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Other Knit Lit Novels As I said, there are hundreds of knit lit books available, and not all of them fit completely in one of the categories above. Looking for more information about knitting? Questions must be on-topic, written with proper grammar usage, and understandable to a wide audience. Glad to introduce you to a genre of novels that you might enjoy : Thanks for stopping by and commenting! I found "Silence of the Llamas" of Anne Canadeo in the online catalog at my local library :- I realized I forgot to vote Thanks again and have a great evening!

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    Description Ever since she divorced her attorney husband Ted, year-old Ariadne Evans has run Ariadne's Web, a knitting shop in the coastal community of Freeport, Massachusetts. The shop makes enough to support her and her young daughter, Megan, and Ariadne even finds time to draft her own knitting patterns. But when Ari enters her knitting store one day and discovers the body of long-time customer Edith Perry strangled with homespun yarn, she fears her life is about to come undone again.

    Ariadne's worries increase when she is questioned by handsome detective Joshua Pierce, who may or may not have designs on her, as he pieces together the details of the crime. Clues about Ariadne's ties to Miss Perry begin to look suspicious and soon Ariadne's dear friend Diane becomes the prime suspect. Not only did Diane spin the murder weapon, but she also has a strong motive and opportunity.

    With so many ties to the crime, Ariadne can't help but investigate the murder. But can she untangle the investigation without getting snarled up into too much trouble? That depends on whether the killer is as crafty as she is Other books in this series. Add to basket. A Deadly Yarn Maggie Sefton.

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