Rumors start to circulate about Tiffany's past and her connection to an unsolved murder years ago. When she's found dead, things really begin to unravel. Recipes and a knitting pattern are included at the end of the book. I've read 3 of them now and to my mind they just keep getting better and better. Overall, I'd highly recommend this enjoyable, well-written novel. I did figure out whodunit before our heroines, but they figured it out soon after I did and had a good reason not to see the answer before then. Meanwhile, Izzy's aunt, Nell, has hired a gardener to spruce up the backyard where the wedding will be held.
Cat doesn't know why he came all the way from New York, but she's glad to have him among the quirkier - and far less famous - attendees. The Wedding Shawl is a fun story about a group of women drawn together by their love of knitting and the local knitting store. . But when her 10-year relationship implodes, Lucy realizes that the plot of her life is in need of a serious rewrite. It feels like the past is starting to repeat itself and suspicion about Tiffany's murder turns to a friend of the group.
Only Katie can find the answer. Problem is another murder has occurred, the wedding coordinator. This volume is preparing Izzy and Sam for their wedding day and the mystery is a cold case, that is sad and when solved, simply heartbreaking - all too real. I also love a cozy mystery that keeps me guessing until the end. But when he, too, is murdered, Hannah must look further afield for the culprit.
Its been slowly getting colder here and the bright colors probably made me think of the spring and the warmer days to come. If you find documents that should not be here please report them Readers can't help but get entangled in this national bestselling series. Rumors circulate about the stylist's past and her connection to an unsolved murder years ago. Maybe she has come back to seek revenge. Who would want Tiffany dead? Then another young woman, a very good friend of the earlier woman, is killed and everyone is upset. But these ladies can handle it, they will finish the shawl and s A Seaside Knitters Mystery 5th in the series Izzy is getting married and all her friends are getting together to knit her a beautiful wedding shawl. There was enough uncertainty about who the murderer was that I kept reading to discover the answer.
Another visit with the Seaside Knitters as they prepare for Izzy's wedding, but things become less festive when a young woman in the village is killed and it is clear that someone they know is the murderer. But then, Tiffany - the hair stylist who is planning Izzy's wedding day hair and makeup - dies under suspicious circumstances in her basement office at the salon. Perfect for a day reading in the sunshine! Izzy Chambers is head over heels. Series: 5th in Seaside Knitters Mysteries Main Character: Nell Endicott Setting: Modern day, Sea Harbor, Massachusetts Obtained Through: publisher for an honest review Let me introduce you to the knitters: Nell: the motherly spirit of the group. Rumors circulate about the stylist's past and her connection to an unsolved murder years ago.
The friendship these women have, their personalities, their wisdom, added to the perfect setting, all brilliantly written, makes every trip to Sea Harbor a well deserved vacation with the friends we have come to love. I'm not sure what made me pick it out off the shelf at the library, but something compelled me too. Although sad, there was no angst as there had been in the previous novel. The knitters group take it upon themselves to solve this one. And their friendship has grown to include Nell's niece Izzy and her friend Cass. Also the new gardner seems to be familiar to the older women. But Lucy has barely finished putting up her first batch of Killer Dewberry Jam when an oil exploration truck rolls up to the farm and announces plans to replace her broccoli patch with an oil derrick.
Nell and her friends are knitting a shawl for Izzy's wedding and investigating the murder of a young hair stylist whose death is somehow related to a mysterious but tragic drowning fifteen years ago. From the Trade Paperback edition. Now, he's the chief suspect in Tiffany's death. I didn't feel like I was missing anything by popping in in the middle of the series. Not only that, but a murder took place 15 years ago as well, is still unsolved, and the murdered girl then was none other than Tiffany's best friend. All the Seaside Knitters know is they must rally to find some answers, so the whispers about town can be replaced by wedding bells. Nell, Birdie, and Cass want to find out some answers before the murder puts a cloud of gloom over the upcoming wedding.
When she's found dead, things really begin to unravel. I didn't feel like I was missing anything by popping in in the middle of the series. Actually, I'd call the novel a general fiction with a whodunit mystery because the story was more realistic to how things happen in real life than most mystery novels. Tiffany was obviously more serious about Andy than he was about her, and they were seen publicly arguing the day before she was killed. They almost made me want to learn how to knit. Cass: the lobster-woman with a gentle heart - truly a rough diamond.
Now, instead of taking patients' pulses, Mattie's weighing their hearts and livers. The town's attention is on a 15-year-old cold case brought to light as part of a discussion at book club. But when an old mystery washes ashore, they must cast their needles aside and bring some heat back into a cold case… Izzy Chambers is head over heels. Rumors start to circulate about Tiffany's past and her connection to an unsolved murder years ago. Cass, Birdie, Nell, and Izzy must race to solve the murders and also prepare for the wedding. The mysteries are always well planned and well written.
Readers can't help but get entangled in this national bestselling series. Then the wedding plans get complicated when the wedding party's hair stylist begins missing appointments. Nell, Birdie and Cass are certain that he's innocent, and are determined to prove it before the wedding so it won't cast a pall on the happy day. The wrap-up is touching and I found myself missing the gang as soon as I shut the book. Is Claire's return part of this pattern? Several names pop up as possible suspects but there seem to be missing pieces of evidence. When she's found dead, things really begin to unravel. Don't let the topic of knitting hold you back from this mystery, that only lends to its cozy warmth.