Not only do I like to knit and get crafty, I also love to read and cozy mysteries are right there on top of my list of favorite genres. Now what better way to combine a love for yarn and crafts with my love for books?
Knit One, Kill Two (Maggie Sefton)
Kelly Flynn never picked up a pair of knitting needles she liked—until she strolled into House of Lambspun. Now, in the first in a brand-new series, she learns how to knit one, purl two, and untangle the mystery behind her aunt's murder.
A wonderfully fluffy (pun intended) and light read with plenty of swooning over yarn!
A Crafty Killing (Lorraine Bartlett)
The last thing Katie Bonner wanted was to become the manager of Artisans Alley. But when her business partner, Ezra Hilton, is found bludgeoned to death, she has no other choice. Business under Ezra has been faltering-but was it enough to provoke someone to murder? Only Kate can find the answer.
A fast-paced who-dunnit that's more about business than crafting, unless you count those capricious artisans!
Spackled and Spooked (Jennie Bentley)
Avery Baker and her boyfriend, Derek Ellis, are flipping a seriously stigmatized house rumored to have ghosts. Soon they'll have even bigger problems-and this renovation project might haunt them forever.
A highly enjoyable but predictable mystery for all those home renovation enthusiasts out there!
What crafty novels have you been reading lately?