This is another installment of the Kelly Flynn knitting mystery series. Overall, the story really focuses on Kelly and how she's trying to build a life for herself in Colorado. My main problem with the book was that the ending was rather anti-climactic. There was a good case built up against the suspect, but no resolution to the case. It wasn't badly written, just lacking resolution/denouement. Oh and I noticed that in my copy, there were random printing errors that really irritated. I didn't see anything to indicate that it was an ARC either, so that made it all the more irritating. Having said all that, I still enjoyed the story overall and I will continue to read this series, no doubt about it. I feel her overall writing style is getting stronger with each installment. I'm looking forward to the next book for sure! :)
This is the third "knitting mystery" for author Maggie Sefton. Her writing style is improving with each volume. Her plot twists are entertaining and keep you reading. In her first book, Knit One, Kill Two, the author was very repetitive in her descriptions and the characters were rather flat. Nice to see the growth in characters and more varied descriptions.
As a knitter myself, I really enjoy the series. The only problem is that I get so caught up in the description of the yarns that I end up spending additional money adding to my existing stash!
Knitters will enjoy this cozy mystery. Non knitters will too! But beware, the fiber descriptions may pull you into your local yarn shop!
GREAT series! Very well thought out plot and excellent character development. Hope there are many more books to come in this series!