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Monday, July 1, 2013

LAST WOOL AND TESTAMENT by Molly MacRae

Returning to the small town of Blue Plum, Tennessee to settle her grandmother's affairs, Kath Rutledge, the new owner of a fiber and fabric shop called the Weaver's Cat, must also prove her late grandmother's innocence in an unsolved murder with a little otherworldly help.

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1 comment:

Audrey Hammer said...

This book is fine; it's okay. It just didn't thrill me. Even though it's labeled a yarn shop mystery, there is maybe one reference to knitting and a couple brief visits to the shop. It tries to be funny in a droll way but only succeeds at it about a quarter of the time. I didn't like the main character much, and the others were rather dull as well.

The big climax with the killer is very brief -- about a page. And the big puzzle about the ownership of the house is answered with a "I guess it happened that way." Because this is going to be a series, not every loose end is tied up.

It's a good airport/waiting room read. I didn't consider it a waste of time, but I'm sure I will completely forget it in time.