I enjoyed Sefton's knitting mysteries, but this one just didn't grab me. About 50 pages from the end, I decided I didn't care whodunit, and put it down.
This was a new author to me. I enjoyed the book and will look for more by her.
This was an interesting first book in a new series. Lines up the main characters, background, etc. Hopefully all these will be developed in further books. The plot was good, and I had no idea who-done-it until the very end. There are several obvious similarities to Sefton's other Knitting series. I would read any other books in this series. I think it has potential to be quite good.
I really enjoyed this light mystery. It was a fun and fast read.
This is a Kate Doyle Mystery. Kate finds herself reeling with shock, when she finds her client dead and his soon to be ex wife the prime suspect.