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Publisher's Summary

Snow is not the only thing falling this December - spirits are, too. That's because this year's needlework convention in Nashville is tragically interrupted when Milwaukee shop owner Belle Hammermill tumbles nine stories to her untimely death. At first, Betsy Devonshire thinks the fall was just an unfortunate accident. The trouble is, Belle's unsavory reputation causes suspicions to flare. She has plenty of enemies with more than enough motive. Leave it to Betsy and the other knitting hands to unravel the clues that will put the killer to rest for a long winter's night.
©2004 Mary Monica Kuhfeld (P)2008 BBC Audiobooks America
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By Dale on 11-28-10

Light, fun, and easy mystery series

Another 4 stars. This is a light and quick read. The characters lovable and realistic. If you are looking for a series with a likeable, honest, straightforward main character with friends & co-workers that are relatable and a peek into small town life with a who-done-it as the mechanism for spending time with them, this is for you.

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By Amazon Customer on 08-02-12

Great Narrator

Would you listen to Crewel Yule again? Why?

It was a cute story but I rarely listen to a book a second time.

Who was your favorite character and why?

The hotel manager whose name I forgot. She was a whoot.

Have you listened to any of Melissa Hughes’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Melissa Hughes performance was excellent. Here reading was so much better than Susan Boyce whose reading is very robotic and grating.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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