Thursday, September 15, 2005

Knit One, Kill Two

Have you READ this book? If you're a knitter, I think you'll enjoy this mystery. I found this paperback at my library "Knit One, Kill Two" by Maggie Sefton and I really really enjoyed it. It's a light read (no heavy profanity, no descriptive violence, and no heavy breathing) and I even like how "gently" it ended! And I kept guessing until the end "whodunit". I had my suspicions several times, and not all the same person, but in the end, I was wrong! You gotta check this book out if you haven't already. I really loved it. A lot of talk in it about knitting, not just a mention here and there. The cover also boasts that it's "First in a New Series". So I'm looking for future books!

And while we're on the subject, two other wonderful reads are "The Shop on Blossom Street" and it's sequel "A Good Yarn" (no, I haven't read that one yet! Can you BELIEVE it?!!!) by Debbie Macomber. Great stories!


Sedie said...

Sounds like I need to catch up on my knitting reading also!

Ulrika said...

You mean these books are about knitting as well? Sounds interesting! I'll have to see if they are available in Sweden.

mf said...

me too! I'm looking so forward to getting more in this series....;o)))
Let me know if you see any and I can get some and maybe after reading we can switch....;o)_

Tina said...

I have been wanting to buy that 'A Good Yarn', but every where I see it is in hard cover (and expensive!) I have seen the 'Shop on Blossom Street' in softcover everywhere, though. I want to read the first one, though, first... :( Now I will be on the lookout for the 'Knit One, Kill Two' in softcover, too.

Juli said...

Jill Churchill's "A Farewell to Yarns'' is a good yarnie mystery, too. :)

Hugs! Juli