An ARC honest review for Kensington Books via NetGalley.
The third book in Mary Marks Quilting Mysteries.
Finds Martha Rose being made executor to an old school friend estate. Problems arise when she finds out that her old school friend spent 10 months dead in the closet in her house!
On top of that there are items missing from the estate. Most dating back to the Declaration of Independence, including a quilt.
Can Martha Rose, Lucy and Birdie piece together the clues to find the murderer? Before the murderer puts paid to their quilting days!
Love this series. Great set of characters and storyline. Well plotted and written.
Can not wait for the next book…Something’s Knot Kosher.
Sorting through the estate of a wealthy recluse may sound like a fascinating task, but when the skeletons in the closets turn out to be real, Martha and her quilting pals wish they’d stuck to basting and batting. . .
Martha Rose is stunned when she hears that her best friend from high school has passed away. Her shock doubles when she learns that Harriet Oliver made her the executor of her estate. But when investigators determine that Harriet was murdered, Martha recruits her fellow quilters to help find the culprit. She’s mastered the art of piecing together blocks to create intricate quilts, but piecing together her friend’s murder will prove far more challenging. . .