Seams Like Murder

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Seams Like Murder

Seams Like Murder The national bestselling author of Knot Guilty is back as Molly Pink and the Tarzana Hookers get a dangerous lesson on crafty criminals Knitting and crocheting books are selling like crazy at the boo

  • Title: Seams Like Murder
  • Author: Betty Hechtman
  • ISBN: 9780425279441
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The national bestselling author of Knot Guilty is back, as Molly Pink and the Tarzana Hookers get a dangerous lesson on crafty criminals Knitting and crocheting books are selling like crazy at the bookstore where Molly works, so to keep the customers coming, she sets up a series of classes where the Tarzana Hookers can pass on their skills to others a Yarn UniversityThe national bestselling author of Knot Guilty is back, as Molly Pink and the Tarzana Hookers get a dangerous lesson on crafty criminals Knitting and crocheting books are selling like crazy at the bookstore where Molly works, so to keep the customers coming, she sets up a series of classes where the Tarzana Hookers can pass on their skills to others a Yarn University The only problem is the teacher of the most popular seminar Sheila is getting a massive case of stage fright about being in front of a crowd To ease Sheila s nerves, the Hookers plan a practice class at crocheter CeeCee s mansion But before the lesson begins, Molly and the gang stumble upon a dead body in the apartment above CeeCee s garage Now, Molly must unravel the clues to find a killer quickly or school might be out foreverDelicious recipes crochet patterns included

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    1. OpenBookSociety.com on said:

      openbooksociety/article/seSeams like MurderA Crochet Mystery, Book #10By Betty HechtmanISBN 978425279441Author’s website: bettyhechtmanBrought to you by OBS Reviewer JeanieSynopsis:Knitting and crocheting books are selling like crazy at the bookstore where Molly works, so to keep the customers coming, she sets up a series of classes where the Tarzana Hookers can pass on their skills to others: a Yarn University. The only problem is the teacher of the most popular seminar—Sheila—is getting [...]

    2. Fred on said:

      Seams Like Murder is the tenth book in the A Crochet Mystery series.The Tarzana Hookers are planning a Yarn University, but, Sheila, who will be leading one of the classes is very shy and isn't used to speaking before a group. Molly Pink has planned for a run-through to be held at CeeCee Collins' home. At the end of the meeting CeeCee wants to show them the apartment above her garage, where she and her gentleman friend, Tony, plan to have little studio where they can tape projects and post them [...]

    3. Linnea on said:

      Love the characters. And all the pets. I am still thinking the love interest may change.

    4. D Nichols on said:

      Great story. Glad it's part of a series. Now I can go back and read all the previous books in the series.

    5. Theresa on said:

      Betty Hechtman is always an auto-buy author for me. I have read all of the books in this series prior to this one and I always love coming back to the Hookers. Betty Hechtman does the cozy mystery genre so well. I feel like I am a part of the Tarzana Hookers--laughing with them, wanting to dig around for answers with Molly, shaking my head at Adele all the time, etc. "Seams Like Murder" did not disappoint in terms of mystery and I was surprised by the ending as well. This book sucked me in and w [...]

    6. Linda on said:

      Fun read. I have enjoyed all of them so far and will continue to do so. Love the quirky characters in the Tarzana Hookers.

    7. Traci on said:

      This was a very decent read, and I'm glad I stumbled on this series. This is the tenth, and most recent, book in the series so I have some backtracking to do, but that's OK. I thought the mystery was excellent and I didn't figure out who the culprit was. In fact, I was quite surprised at the reveal, though it did make sense. There's just enough clues sprinkled throughout the story that could point you in that direction, but you have to be paying really close attention.Molly is a very likeable ch [...]

    8. Patricia Dunaway on said:

      Fun readGood plots with interesting quirky characters . I have enjoyed reading the series .look toward to more adventure s with Molly and friends .

    9. Silvara Wilde on said:

      Check out my other reviews, discussions and link ups at Fantasy of the Silver Dragon.I received this book for free from Berkley Prime Crime in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.I liked how many things were going on in the book. Besides the murder, Molly was planning a yarn event with lots of different classes. One of the teachers had a bit of stage fright, and another was constantly trying to be in charge. Besides that, her cur [...]

    10. Jeanie on said:

      Another great novel in the Crochet Mystery series! It is, as always, a fresh, new mystery that kept me guessing through the end. The characters - eccentrics included - are unique. This group of 'Hookers' is the best! The plot is exciting and drew me in from the first page. The author brings several possible suspects to light. As hard as Molly tries to stay out of the way of the investigation, those around her pull her in. Her love interest, in the meantime, has one of his daughters staying with [...]

    11. Danielle Mccoy on said:

      Do you ever read a series and then it takes a while for the next one to come out and you become convinced the books aren't that great. Well that was the point I was at when I started this book, basically reading it because I had read the previous ones. I was pleasantly surprised that I really did love these characters. The book moved fast, had a good balance of mystery to personal story and I didn't figure out who did it half way though the book. In fact it was almost to the big reveal before I [...]

    12. Lisa Ks Book Review on said:

      SEAMS LIKE MURDER is knot to be missed by Hecthman fans!Ten books in, and going strong, author Betty Hechtman still has some surprises up her sleeves. Molly Pink and the Tarzana Hookers find that out very quickly in this latest installment of the Crochet Mysteries. Fast paced, and full of surprises, SEAMS LIKE MURDER had me quickly turning the page in anticipation of each new chapter, and I was never disappointed. Each chapter only served to entice me to keep reading until the exciting conclusio [...]

    13. Karen on said:

      Molly Pink is ready to tour her friend Cece's apartment soon to be turned into a studio when she and her friends come across a dead body. Her detective friend Barry arrives on the scene and reminds Molly it's his job to investigate, not hers. With being assistant manager at the bookstore and trying new classes with her crochet friends including her "french toast buddy" Adele, Molly has enough on her plate. However, once Cece's friend is accused of the murder, Molly is convinced her sleuthing is [...]

    14. Joan on said:

      I like to crochet and enjoy this series on a bookstore and crochet group in Tarzana. I used to live in that area so I think it adds to my enjoyment knowing the places she talks about. Very fun read. The way the killer was caught seemed a little far fetched to me though.

    15. Kathie on said:

      Another great summertime read. Or it would be good to read in front of a warm fire with a quilt. Good mystery. The characters are inspiring because they actually make plans to do crafts and actually get them finished!

    16. Angela on said:

      Loved the book, as usual. I love how the writing brings you in to the story. I can't wait to read the next book in the series.

    17. Lura Levin on said:

      This book is the equivalent of a big baggy sweater. It is good to have characters whose quirks are amusing. I will definitely read another.

    18. Gillian on said:

      I love this series. I can't wait to find out what happens next. Hopefully at least one wedding.

    19. Pat Kiser on said:

      I enjoy the series. Molly Pink is appealing but this book has too many less than appealing characters for my taste.

    20. Lynda on said:

      Another fun and fabulous murder mystery with Molly and her crochet group.

    21. Gloria Brzny on said:

      really enjoyed this book. the series has been great and enjoyable reading. however, this book has a twist on who did it and the romantic triangle between Molly, Barry and Mason.

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