Saturday, August 8, 2015

Spotlight & Giveaway ~ WOUND UP IN MURDER by Betty Hechtman

Wound Up in Murder (Yarn Retreat Series, #3)
by: Betty Hechtman
Series: Yarn Retreat
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Release Date: July 7, 2015

In the newest Yarn Retreat Mystery from the national bestselling author of Silence of the Lamb’s Wool, dessert chef Casey Feldstein continues to develop her hidden talents for knitting…and solving murders.

With two yarn retreats in the bag, Casey is looking forward to running her third one at Cadbury by the Sea’s Vista Del Mar hotel on the Monterey Peninsula. This time, each knitter will get a Mystery Bag of knitting materials to turn into a personal project.

But Casey gets tangled up in another retreat at the same hotel, when the organizer and his wife have a very public spat. As Casey is delivering her baked goods later that night, she finds the woman dead in the bushes with a magician’s silk scarf nearby—just like the scarf Casey’s ex-boyfriend, Sammy, used during his magic act at the retreat. As Sammy takes center stage as the prime suspect, Casey and her friends will have to stitch together the clues before the real killer pulls a disappearing act...

Includes knitting patterns and a recipe

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6 comments:

  1. I have not read a book by this author. I like cozies because I love mysteries that are not too violent or too serious. They are fun to read.

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    1. I have to agree with you Carol. Cozies are a great way to escape.

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  2. I have read a couple of her crochet cozies, so I'm sure this will be a good story too! I really like cozies with good settings, quirky secondary characters and a gutsy heroine!

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    1. Hey, thanks for stopping by.

      I haven't read Carol before. I also have to admit to not being very good at crocheting, admittedly, I haven't tried since I was a child. I just see myself messing up tremendously.

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  3. Love cozies for what they don't contain..bad language, intimate details, gory details. Yes, I have read and enjoyed other books by Betty.

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    1. Hi Barbara.

      Thanks for stopping by. I like cozies because there's no gory details too. I think the worst I read was the victim was steamed like a lobster. But I have to admit, I love when authors have romance in the books.

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