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Murder at Lambswool Farm Late summer blooms in beautiful Sea Harbor Massachusetts and while a harvest thrives Izzy Chambers Perry and the other Seaside Knitters will need to cast on their sleuthing skills to save a local f

  • Title: Murder at Lambswool Farm
  • Author: Sally Goldenbaum
  • ISBN: 9780451471642
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Late summer blooms in beautiful Sea Harbor, Massachusetts, and while a harvest thrives, Izzy Chambers Perry and the other Seaside Knitters will need to cast on their sleuthing skills to save a local farm Unfortunately, finding a killer can be like looking for a needle in a haystack Seaside Knitter Birdie Favazza has long loved knitting, but lately she s taken onLate summer blooms in beautiful Sea Harbor, Massachusetts, and while a harvest thrives, Izzy Chambers Perry and the other Seaside Knitters will need to cast on their sleuthing skills to save a local farm Unfortunately, finding a killer can be like looking for a needle in a haystack Seaside Knitter Birdie Favazza has long loved knitting, but lately she s taken on a new challenge making a family farm operational again With help from friends, Lambswool Farm is now up and running, with thriving crops and grazing sheep In addition, the farm will host rustic, six course prix fixe dinners plated by local chefs and served on a gorgeous restored harvest table, decorated to perfection with colorful knitted vegetables crafted by Izzy Chambers Perry, her aunt Nell, and the other Seaside Knitters But on the night of the first meal, everything spins out of control when one of the guests, Seaside Harbor s family physician, is found dead on the property It seems that behind Dr Alan Hamilton s friendly bedside manner was a man worth killing Soon the town is gossiping and pointing fingers at all possible suspects including the women at Lambswool Farm Now the Seaside Knitters must join together to uncover the truth in Dr Hamilton s complicated past and restore peace to town and country alike.

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    1. Renee Wood on said:

      I really like the Seaside Knitters series by Sally Goldenbaum. However, I have to issue a warning: Do NOT read this when you have to fast!!! Forget the murder, the references to food and the wonderful descriptions of dishes made me so hungry I was contemplating the repercussions of a mid night snack. Sanity and willpower prevailed, and I was able to resist and even finish the book. Now back to my review I like the characters in this series, but they don't seem to change or evolve, or even DO muc [...]

    2. OpenBookSociety.com on said:

      openbooksociety/article/muMurder at Lambswool FarmSeaside Knitters Mystery, Book #11by Sally GoldenbaumISBN13: 9780451471642Author website: sallygoldenbaum/Brought to you by OBS reviewer KaytSynopsis:Late summer blooms in beautiful Sea Harbor, Massachusetts, and while a harvest thrives, Izzy Chambers Perry and the other Seaside Knitters will need to cast on their sleuthing skills to save a local farm. Unfortunately, finding a killer can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. . Seaside Knitt [...]

    3. LORI CASWELL on said:

      Dollycas’s Thoughts When I pick up a book by Sally Goldenbaum I feel like I am going to visit dear friends. I can’t believe this is book 11 in this series, meaning this is my 11th visit to Sea Harbor. This time we travel to Lambswool Farm. Birdie with the help of several Sea Harbor residents has given new life to the Favazza Family Farm. The fields are full of crops and there are sheep in the pasture. The farm will now serve diners huge farm to table dinners outside at huge table. (Check out [...]

    4. BJ on said:

      I'm not much for Cozy mysteries, but this series is one of my favs. The characters are well developed and although they are a group of women trying to solve mysteries in their own way, they are not silly, as I feel many of the cozy amateur detectives are. They don't deliberately put themselves in harm's way. I enjoy my visits to this small harbor town and the characters who live there. The murders although realistic are not too gory and there is almost always a little twist. Enjoyable read!

    5. Linda Smatzny on said:

      In this book, Birdie Favazza has turned a run down farm into a new business featuring meals prepared by the chefs of Seaside Harbor. At the end of the practice meal, the town's family physician becomes ill and dies. It turns out the doctor was murdered by poison over time and the town wants answers. Previous to this dinner, a stranger has come to town and somewhat made himself a part of the town. When the murder happens, the stranger is looked at and wondered about. The knitters start to dig dee [...]

    6. Linda on said:

      One of my favorite authors. Sally Goldenbaum combines a cozy mystery with some knitting sidelines that are always a good read for me.

    7. Susan on said:

      I'm overjoyed with this series. The characters are charming, the mystery is riveting. Looking forward to the new release this year.

    8. Mary on said:

      This was my second book to read for my monthly challenge. I did not realize how many of Sally Goldenbaum Seaside Knitters Books I have read, but I think I have read them all now and I am waiting for a new one to come out. I will have to go to Lea Wait's Needlepoint books!This book started out with a stranger coming into town and getting stuck near the old Lambswool Farm that Birdie Favazzo and Claire Russell are rebuilding into a high end restaurant for their family and friends. Glenn Mackenzie' [...]

    9. Lisa Ks Book Review on said:

      MURDER AT LAMBSWOOL FARM is another wonderful installment in the long running Seaside Knitters series. Author Sally Goldenbaum knows how to set a scene. Every time I visit Sea Harbor, Massachusetts, I want to stay. I can picture this lovely town the entire time I’m reading a new Seaside Knitters Mystery. The author has really developed the series since the first book, DEATH BY CASHMERE, came out back in 2008. It’s been a joy to watch the character evolve and grow. MURDET AT LAMBSWOOL FARM is [...]

    10. Nora-adrienne on said:

      I've read a number of Ms Goldenbaum's books over the years and have enjoyed them all. This book reaches new heights in the way her characters act and how much effort they put into solving a mystery that involves the happiness of the entire community. I haven't done much blogging this last year or so but this book is bringing the words back into my fingers. The stranger who comes to town out of nowhere, who spends his time investigating the town and the people in it. The guileless way he appears [...]

    11. Lin on said:

      The Seaside Knitting group never fails. I find myself reading slower than with other books because I want to “savor” each page. Since reading from the first book, I feel like part of this group but I am still surprised when I get to the end. I always think I know who the murderer is and the motive and yet I don’t. Fantastic read!!!

    12. Kay on said:

      3.5 starsI love everything about it but one thing. I wish the story moves a bit faster.

    13. Linda Munro on said:

      I considered this novel a lazy summer book; which means that now and then, when you take a break in the summer, you might want to pick up the book and read for a while. It is a very slow read. I am not suggesting that it is not a good book; in fact, it was a very good book; it was simply slow as in the area where the novel take place appears to be one of those slow, restful, lacking action towns and the book reflected this.When a stranger’s auto breaks down at the end of the driveway to Lambsw [...]

    14. Kay Wright on said:

      This reminded me of the idyllic mysteries of Louise Penny that take place in Three Pines, an isolated perfect tiny town in southern Quebec. This tiny town is on the ocean, I think maybe in Massachusetts. There's no big box economy, everybody runs a tiny store, there are always customers waiting to check out. the local clinic is swamped with patients. Even the Ob/gyn needs to expand her busy practice. So you know this is a happily ever after type of mystery. Because the detectives are four women [...]

    15. Sandra Hernandez on said:

      I do not recommend reading this book unless you've read the others in the series. I didn't realize it was part of a series and on it's on I liked it. I was excited at first because I thought it was a guy solving this murder not just another chick cozy. I thought hey this is different. Though as I read on I realized it was more like a village solving the murder. I do enjoy the first page and it naming the characters and a biography of them. Overall I felt lost some points of the books I understoo [...]

    16. Ellie Thouret on said:

      3.5 starsLike a warm blanket, the world of the Seaside Knitters embraces you. It's a comforting place, despite the rather high number of murders in such a small community (they must be rivalling the town from Midsomer Murders by now). This book fell a little flat for me. Although still enjoyable, I didn't care about the plot as much as usual. I found the whole farm storyline odd and unbelievable. There were quite a few sub-plots that I found hard to follow and not particularly interesting.Hopefu [...]

    17. Emily Cullen on said:

      Seaside Knitter Birdie Favazza finally renovates her dead husband's family farm, with the idea of it being a restaurant using fruits, vegetables and meats from the farm. But the evening is ruined when the town's beloved Dr. Hamilton dies at the dinner table. This is a tough one for the four knitting friends as Dr. Alan had no enemies. I really enjoy the "Seaside Knitters Mystery" series. The characters seem like old friends by now and I always enjoy the stories. It's a great cozy series to pick [...]

    18. JoAnne on said:

      Nice continuation of the Seaside Knitters Mystery series with many of the characters I've grown to love. Some newbies too that helped enhance the story.Lambswool Farm is front and center as is a sheep named Charlotte. Some twists and turns to the story with some expected happenings and truths coming out.Picked the murderer early on but there were layers of suspects to get through.Hope that the series will continue even if this was the 11th book in the series.

    19. Frances on said:

      I was a little disappointed in that the story line had been done before, however, there was some variation in the plot. I was fully engaged in this "whodunnit".

    20. ~mad on said:

      Just a good little mystery centered around an east coast seaside "village".It's series - I highly recommend.

    21. quinnster on said:

      I feel like the the mysteries in this series are beginning to repeat themselves. Long lost children or mysterious strangersere has to be more going on in this town than that.

    22. Micki on said:

      I couldn't get into this story at all. Normally, I'm a fan of the genre and this author but something about this one didn't connect for me.

    23. Ann on said:

      I love these books! However its because I spent a lovely holiday in the area where they are set and they bring back memories - luckily no murders when we were there!!!

    24. Linnea on said:

      I love all of the main characters. This is just a 'feel good' kind of mystery. I look forward to the next one.

    25. Kiki Brosnan on said:

      I won this through a giveaway and had never read any of the seaside knitters mysteries. The author makes it really easy to keep track of characters with a character list at the beginning of the book explaining briefly who everyone is and how they are related to each other. This was great because there was a realistic number of important characters that were well rooted in the community and the reader can easily enter into this small town world where everyone knows everyone. The farm aspect with [...]

    26. Roxann on said:

      From the cover: Seaside Knitter Birdie Favazza has long loved knitting, but lately she’s taken on a new challenge—making a family farm operational again. With help from friends, Lambswool Farm is now up and running, with thriving crops and grazing sheep. In addition, the farm will host rustic, six-course prix fixe dinners plated by local chefs and served on a gorgeous restored harvest table, decorated to perfection with colorful knitted vegetables crafted by Izzy Chambers Perry, her aunt Nel [...]

    27. Mason on said:

      When an author can transport you to a setting through their descriptions and the actions of their characters then you know you’ve found an entertaining story. That’s what author Sally Goldenbaum does in MURDER AT LAMBSWOOL FARM, the 11th installment in her Seaside Knitters Mystery series.Goldenbaum’s eye for detail, along with her vibrant descriptions, transports readers to the seaside village of Sea Harbor. The author’s style of writing brings the community and its quirky residents to l [...]

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