Tuesday, June 2, 2015

PURL UP AND DIE---Kelly Flynn #13

by Maggie Sefton

The 13th in the Kelly Flynn Knitting Mysteries, PURL UP AND DIE, is
now available in bookstores and all retailers and online.  It's also available  in E-book format in all retail outlets.   I'm calling it  "Lucky 13." Here's a  blurb-----

Kelly Flynn’s summer is off to a great start with celebrations  with her friends and challenging knitting classes taught by her friend Barb at the House of Lambspun.  But Barb’s life soon starts coming apart at the seams.  A young woman accuses Barb’s son Tommy---a young doctor doing his residency---of assaulting her in his office.   The yarns spun by the local rumor mill are bad enough, but when the young woman is found dead in her ransacked apartment, Tommy becomes the number one suspect.

Police are ready to close the case, but Kelly is convinced there are a few more likely suspects.  Now she has to knit together the clues herself to uncover a killer who doesn’t seem to drop a stitch. 


Barbara Hawk said...

Sounds great! I am trying to catch up on this series!

Anonymous said...

#6 on the library's holds list so should get it fast. Always look forward to your books in this series although I can't knit worth a darn. Cordella

Jeanetta said...

Sounds like a great book (even if I can't knit). I will have to check out the books in this series.

Book Dragon said...

13? I've only read 7! Looks like I better find the others and get reading.

Just an FYI Ms Sefton, Dropped Dead Stitch's read more links to Fleece Navidad.

Gina, a book dragon
because books are a treasure worth protecting


Maggie Sefton said...

Thanks, Barbara. I hope you're enjoying it. :)

Maggie Sefton said...

You made me laugh, Cordella. Thanks. :)

Maggie Sefton said...

Jen----Go to my website and you can read about all the books plus my political suspense, Molly Malone, series. www.maggiesefton.com

Maggie Sefton said...

Book Dragon----I don't think I really understood what you meant about the Dropped Dead Stitch links. Forgive me, but I'm still in brain fog after my 95 yr old mom passed last week.