"Deadly Thanksgiving Sampler" is a Danger Cove Quilting Mystery and the 21st book in the series.
In this installment, Keely Fairchild an ex-lawyer and now a local quilt appraiser is planning a quite Thanksgiving with her new boyfriend. But it doesn’t seem like it will be that way with a growing guest list, Thanksgiving menu and now a murder to solve. Thanksgiving might never be the sane in Danger Cove as secrets come out.
Keely has stumbled upon another murder and this one is the mist of Thanksgiving planning. Like most people she’s busy planning the dinner with her boyfriend and the local parade. The parade features a sampler quilt that is stolen and a murder is involved. This is not the stress she needs in the middle of Thanksgiving. She’s already stressing about something she needs to share with her boyfriend. Will these two unravel the secrets before the turkey is carved in this fun holiday cozy mystery?
Cozy mystery readers will enjoy this book. It's filled with lots of twist and turns. This is the perfect break from Thanksgiving and Christmas planning that you have been looking for.
From USA Today bestselling authors Gin Jones and Elizabeth Ashby comes a fall fiasco of epic proportions!
a Danger Cove Quilting Mystery
Quilt appraiser Keely Fairchild just wants to have a quiet little Thanksgiving dinner at home with her boyfriend, but as the guest list grows, so do the distractions from meal preparations. First she gets dragged into investigating the theft of miniature quilts that were supposed to be featured in the guild's entry in the Danger Cove Thanksgiving parade, and then she stumbles onto a bigger mystery: who killed a local quilter and what did her death have to do with a sampler quilt she'd made to depict her life's story?
Keely struggles to figure out which elements of the quilt are clues and which are red herrings, and uncovers that the dead quilter and her mechanic husband may not have been as innocent as they seemed. Did the husband kill his quilting wife, or could it have had something to do with a stalker, an angry customer, or even a best friend who might actually be a frenemy?
If Keely can't figure it out, her life—and death—may end up depicted in her own DEADLY THANKSGIVING SAMPLER.