Cozy up with Sarah and her friends for more murder, quilting, and community
When sixty-eight-year-old Sarah Miller moves into the Cunningham Village retirement community, she is mourning the loss of her husband and the place that has been home for forty-two years. But Sarah is a survivor. As she reaches out into the retirement community that is to become home, she finds friends, activities, new hobbies, and a love interest.
In the twelfth installment, excitement grows as the Tuesday Night Quilters plan an antique quilt show. But things go terribly wrong. Sarah and Sophie again throw themselves into the middle of the investigation, but this time Sarah finds herself in real danger. As always, Sarah and her retirement village cohorts offer fun, mystery, and lots of quilting.
- The twelfth in a series! Follow your favorite characters from story to story
- In the newest adventure, Sarah and Sophie find themselves at an antique quilt show before things go terribly wrong
Includes complete instructions for the cover quilt featured in the story
About The Author
This is the twelfth book in this series, and for me the first that I have read, and the first few pages, I wondered if I would be able to get into this read, but I read a few more pages and I was off.
This quickly became a page turner and there is a lot of information or references given for past reads, but I soon knew the characters, and for me what’s not to like about dogs, cats and of course quilting!
We end up with a mystery, and get to see with the eyes of these characters, cherished quilts from past generations. Come and join Sarah and Sophie as we explore the origins and then begin using modern technology to find lost quilts.
There is also a pattern given at the end of Andy’s Great-Grandmother’s beloved quilt that our smart ladies figured out the pattern.
Now I would like to read some of the past books!
I received this book through Edelweiss and C & T Publishing, and was not required to give a positive review.