This a great first book in the Lady in the Attic. One that will keep you turning the pages. Can't wait for the next one to come out.
Good clean cozy mystery. The main character inherits her grandmother's home in Maine. Her grandmother was well known for her embroidery skills. She finds a piece in the attic that has people embroidered on it which was not typical of her grandmother's work but it is her grandmother's work. She works with others in the Maine community to find out who the mysterious lady in the embroidered work is.
I figured out from the beginning who the mysterious lady was but did not know the reason behind it until the end. Would have liked a little more action in book. This is a series of books called Annie's Attic. One thing that bothers me is that these books are not going to be written by the same person. That bothers me. When I start a series I want the series to be written by the same person.
I thought this book was awful. The writing is amateurish, the storyline is weak and repetitive, and I wasn't at all invested in the characters. I'm truly surprised by the positive reviews for this one.
A great read, I really enjoyed this book. Annie from Texas inherited her Grandmothers house in Maine, Grey Gables. She finds a cross-stitch canvas in a frame of a young lady in the attic, and with the help of the Hook and Needle Club, tries to find out who the lady is. Join Annie and her new friends as they unravel the mystery of The Lady in the Attic.