Friday, November 26, 2010

Newly Released

Double Knit Murders by Maggie Sefton

The first two books in the national bestselling Knitting mysteries-
Knit One, Kill Two and Needled to Death together in trade paper format.
Praise for Knit One, Kill Two:
" I love these cozies, and this is an enjoyable tale that made this non-knitter want to grab some needles and have a go."

Praise for Needled to Death:
"Mystery readers are going to enjoy this newest addition to her Knitting Mystery series." -Fresh Fiction

"Readers will enjoy visiting with Kelly and her knitting buddies, who, in their carefree way, resemble the cast of Friends." -Publisher's Weekly

Mystery Lovers


  1. I love this series.
    Kelly and her friends are well developed fun characters.
    I am on book 5 in the series.
    If you haven't read any of these books, pick up this new edition of book 1 and book 2.

  2. I haven't read these yet I will have to check them out.

  3. Rob from Grand Rapids, MIJanuary 18, 2011 at 11:06 PM

    I'd like to answer Steve as December 8 is the first time I've seen a comment by him. I think that the poor guy was left out in the cold with everyone siding with Kelly. He needed to get some time off to think. Everything he had invested his life and soul into was going down the tubes. He is lucky he didn't have a heart attack from the exhaustion and stress. And it takes two. Granted, he admits he went crazy for a while but wouldn't you in his place? If they both care about each other, it will work when it is the time. Kelly was hurt as she has a history of being abandoned and thought there was something wrong with her-but there wasn't. Or Steve either. The author wrote a particularly effective economic piece of the way things are right now and business owners are losing their shirts (and sometimes their health and sanity)!

    So give these two a little space folks and try to be supportive of them both. Steve is not the enemy here-and neither is Kelly.