Quilt or Innocence: A Southern Quilting Mystery (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Jun 5, 2012 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Retired folk art curator Beatrice Coleman knows everything there is to know about quilts, except how to make them. But with her recent move to Dapple Hills, North Carolina, she’s learning all sorts of new things—including how to solve a murder…

As the newest member of the Village Quilters Guild, Beatrice has a lot of gossip to catch up on—especially with the Patchwork Cottage quilt shop about to close. It seems that Judith, the landlord everyone loves to hate, wants to raise the rent, despite being a quilter herself…

But when Judith is found dead, the harmless gossip becomes an intricate patchwork of mischievous motives. And it’s up to Beatrice’s expert eye to decipher the pattern and catch the killer, before her life gets sewn up for good.

Includes quilting tips!  
  

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Review: Quilt or Innocence (A Southern Quilting Mystery #1)

User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

Well I picked this up from a bookcrossing shelf and although the look of the book should have alerted me to its content. I thought it would be worth a read as it was billed as a detective novel set in ... Read full review

Review: Quilt or Innocence (A Southern Quilting Mystery #1)

User Review  - Stasha - Goodreads

An interesting start to the series. If I hadn't read one on the later books first I probably wouldn't have continued on. I wanted to slap Beatrice for letting Meadow run her over all the time. The whole time I kept wondering if people see me as Meadow. Read full review

Contents

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Quilting Tips
Recipes
 

Chapter 9
Chapter 10

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About the author (2012)

A mother of two, Elizabeth Craig writes on the run as she juggles Girl Scouts, play dates, carpools, and getting dragged along as a hostage/chaperone on field trips. Elizabeth also writes the Memphis Barbeque series for Berkley (writing as Riley Adams).  

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