Elizabeth Craig (Author)
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DescriptionAs a quilter, retired folk art curator Beatrice Coleman likes to have all the seams stitched together--but her plans keep getting tangled up in unexpected ways... Beatrice has never crashed a party but now her fellow quilt guild member, Meadow Downey, is driving them to a Victorian mansion in the mountains beyond Dappled Hills, North Carolina. Muriel Starnes, an elderly eccentric, has organized a meeting of quilters to pick someone to administer a quilting scholarship. The fact that the Village Quilters weren't invited isn't enough to keep Meadow from speaking her piece. But once the quilters arrive at the mansion, it seems they may never leave. An ice storm sends an old tree crashing across the driveway, leaving them stranded for the night. And by the next morning, they are one fewer--for Muriel has been sent to meet her maker. With everyone in the house a suspect, it's up to Beatrice and the Village Quilters to figure out who has a guilty conscience before someone else gets tied up in knots. Includes Quilting Tips!
December 03, 2013
4.2 X 1.0 X 6.7 inches | 0.3 pounds
Mass Market Paperbound
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About the Author
Elizabeth Craig writes the Memphis Barbeque series as Riley Adams and the Southern Quilting mysteries under her own name. A lifelong resident of the South, she enjoys finding inspiration for the Southern Quilting mysteries in the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina. She is currently at work on her next novel.
Praise for Elizabeth Craig and the Southern Quilting Mysteries "[Craig's] characters are as vibrant and colorful as the quilts they sew."--Krista Davis "Sparkles with Craig's cleverness and plenty of Carolina charm."--Richmond Times-Dispatch "Full of eccentric and engaging characters. The women Beatrice meets are unique and quirky, but in a down-to-earth, believable way."--The Mystery Reader "A delightful regional amateur sleuth due to the eccentric quilters...readers will enjoy touring Dappled Hills guided by colorful locals."--Genre Go Round Reviews