Last Wool and Testament

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Cengage Gale, 2013 - Fiction - 475 pages
3 Reviews
Kath Rutledge is about to learn the true meaning of TGIF--Thank Goodness It's Fiber....
That's the name of the spunky group of fiber and needlework artists founded by Ivy McClellan, Kath's beloved grandmother. Though Ivy has recently passed on, the members still meet regularly at her fiber and fabric shop, The Weaver's Cat, which Kath has now inherited. But that's only the first in a series of surprises when Kath returns to the small town of Blue Plum, Tennessee, to settle her grandmother's affairs.
There's been a murder, and it turns out her grandmother was the prime suspect. Before she can begin to clear Ivy's name, Kath encounters a looming presence in the form of a gloomy ghost. It turns out the specter has just as much interest in solving the murder as Kath. So, with a little help from the members of TGIF--and a stubborn spirit from beyond--she sets out to unravel the clues and hook the real killer....

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Review: Last Wool and Testament (A Haunted Yarn Shop Mystery #1)

User Review  - Sarah Wisseman - Goodreads

Great beginning to the new haunted wool shop mysteries. My favorite character is the depressed ghost who helps the protagonist solve the murder. Full of delicious humor and wonderful details about Tennessee, food, yarn, and people's behavior. A must read! Read full review

Review: Last Wool and Testament (A Haunted Yarn Shop Mystery #1)

User Review  - Goodreads

Great beginning to the new haunted wool shop mysteries. My favorite character is the depressed ghost who helps the protagonist solve the murder. Full of delicious humor and wonderful details about Tennessee, food, yarn, and people's behavior. A must read! Read full review

About the author (2013)

Molly MacRae was director of the history museum in Jonesborough, Tennessee's oldest town, and later managed an independent bookstore in Johnson City. Her short stories have appeared in "Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine" for more than twenty years, and she has won the Sherwood Anderson Award for Short Fiction.

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