Knit, Purl, Die by Anne Canadeo was a Scribd read and the second installment in the Black Sheep Knitting Mystery series.
This time our intrepid group of knitters set about who killed the new member of their knitting group. Will they discover who killed their new friend before the fiend kills one of them? Never fear, these are no meek knitters sitting on their porches knitting while life plays out before them. Instead, new love blossoms and a murder is solved in the heat of a New England summer.
Another cozy and light hearted mystery that is an enjoyable afternoon read. Once again I didn’t find the supposed main character Maggie Messina to be the most compelling or central character in the book but that in no way interfered with my enjoyment of the book. I read this book in mid-December last year and the warmth of a New England summer was a relief from the sudden cold snap we were experiencing in the desert. If you are looking for an enjoyable and well constructed mystery then dive into the Black Sheep Knitting series.
Four out of five stars for a well constructed and enjoyable read.