I loved that Murder Ties the Knot was a fast-paced read and I was able to read this book in one sitting. I have not read the author's other books but now I would love to read them all.
The idea of a wedding quilt as a gift was a great and I liked that time was ticking to keep their wedding date...giving the book a sense of time is running out. The ending was a good fit for the book.
Overall, I found this to be a great cozy mystery and one that I don't want to give too much of the plot away on. So pick this book up and you will be engrossed quickly and all the way to the end.
As an added bonus. This book had great recipes at the end. The Pecan Tassies look really good!
A Haunted Souvenir Shop Mystery from the author of Murder Sends a Postcard--featuring Down-Home Dinner Menus.
It’s winter in Keyhole Bay, Florida, and while the tourist trade is slow, souvenir shop owner Glory Martine is busy with her best friend’s wedding. But between managing preparations, the bride’s in-laws, and a haunted parrot named Bluebeard, Glory makes plans to catch a killer.
As her friends Karen and Riley approach their wedding day, Glory could use a break from the nuptial madness. She takes a peaceful drive to Alabama’s piney woods to pick up the wedding quilt she ordered from a supplier. But the supplier, Beth, has disappeared along with the quilt and her husband, Everett.
Glory learns that two men were found murdered near Beth and Everett’s home and that the couple is wanted for questioning. Believing they are innocent, Glory convinces them to cooperate with authorities. But when they’re thrown in jail, Glory vows to catch the real killer before one happy couple walks down the aisle and another gets sent up the river.