Knot Guilty

A Crochet Mystery, #9

I just finished reading Knot Guilty and I really liked it. I love cozy mysteries as they are so much fun and are pretty easy reads.

The main character is Molly Pink and she is great. In this book K. D. Kirby is found dead after not showing up for a Knitting show. She happens to be the one who was giving this event, so she is missed. Now the race is on for Molly to help find the real person responsible before one of her group are blamed for the murder.

This is book 9 in the Crochet Mystery series.

I recommend this book for those who like great characters and an interesting cozy mystery atmosphere.

Book Blurb for Knot Guilty

Molly Pink and her pals, the Tarzana Hookers, are ready to bring the craft of crochet to the masses. But when one of their members finds herself the prime suspect in a murder, the Hookers are going to have to switch their focus to fighting her bad rap?

Molly and her friends can’t wait to get more people hooked on crochet at the annual SoCal Knit Style Show, where Shedd & Royal has been granted a vendor booth. In the past, the show has always been about knitting, and this is the first year there’ll be crochet classes and a crochet competition.

The show’s organizer is K. D. Kirby, publisher of several knitting magazines and owner of a yarn store that caters to an elite Beverly Hills crowd. Everyone is shocked when K.D. doesn’t show up for the opening reception, but that’s nothing compared to how they feel when she’s finally found?dead in her hotel suite.

Suspicion immediately falls on Adele, one of the Tarzana Hookers, who locked horns with K.D., and whose handmade crochet hook is found at the murder scene. Certain that Adele’s been framed, Molly starts her own investigation, hoping to get their pal off the hook and find a killer before another guest checks out?


Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2014 4.00