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But not everyone is happy with the direction the school is taking. Outspoken board member Blythe Westerland has sparked tempers with her determination to unravel the current administration. Then, on the evening of an elegant school event, Blythe’s body is found near the school boathouse.
With a killer on the loose, Birdie is determined to keep Gabby safe. Working together, the Seaside Knitters carefully unravel the layers of Blythe’s complicated life, bringing faculty members and town residents under scrutiny. Before the cast-off rows are made on the students’ projects, the knitters will need to stitch together the evidence to see if a murderer has been walking beside them all along.
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By Christina on 03-19-18
So much victim blaming!!!
I hate books like this, where they paint the victim to be such a villain that their murder seems “justified.” The entire story focused on all the awful things Blythe did to others, in order to get us (the readers) to feel no remorse for her death. The most chilling scene was when the group reviewed her will & smiled with glee that Blythe’s money will go to her possible killer (one of the suspects). They protected the suspect because she was treated badly by Blythe, and it’s “poetic justice” that it happened (their exact words). Just because Blythe was “mean” doesn’t give them a right to try and justify her murder, and it sickens me that this was the plot. This is all so wrong. The moral of the story should NEVER be “well they were a bad person so it’s not so bad if they get killed.” No, just no. I’m done with this series
By JODY on 10-29-15
Same great characters, not so great story
What did you like best about A Finely Knit Murder? What did you like least?
I enjoyed listening to the next chapter in one of my favorite series. It's almost like the characters are my own family and friends now.
On the other hand, the story seems far more drawn out than those in the past, too much filler without as much substance.
Would you recommend A Finely Knit Murder to your friends? Why or why not?
I would recommend the book if you have read the reast of the series.