Murder, She Knit
by Peggy Ehrhart
Murder, She Knit is a cozy mystery with elements of calmness and sweetness. Pamela Paterson is a widow living in the small town of Arborville, New Jersey. She has a daughter who is a freshman in college in Massachusetts. Pamela’s life centers around her hobby of knitting, her friends, and her job as associate editor of the magazine Fiber Craft.
This serene, settled life that has developed for Pamela is shattered when she finds a dead body in her yard. With the theme of “the police don’t always ask the right questions,” Pamela sets out to discover some answers to this murder mystery.
Author Peggy Ehrhart has devised likable characters and an interesting plot. I look forward to reading the next book in her Knit and Nibble Mystery Series.
I would like to extend my thanks to netgalley.com and to Kensington Books for giving me the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
Notes: 1. #1 in the new Knit and Nibble Mystery Series.
2. This book ends with directions for knitting a “Bohemian Chic Scarf,” which is a very simple project and can use yarn remnants from other projects.
Publication: March 27, 2018—Kensington Books
He might seem nosy, but nosy people were a great boon to the amateur sleuth.
He was a jovial man whose pink cheeks and less than svelte figure signaled his love of food and drink.
Dark clouds were blotting out the morning’s sunny sky, and the prospect of staying indoors seemed more a treat than a privation.