Gone with the wool / Betty Hechtman.

By: Hechtman, Betty, 1947- [author.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Hechtman, Betty, Yarn retreat mysteries ; book 4.Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Edition: Berkley Prime Crime mass market editionDescription: viii, 290 pages ; 18 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780425282670; 0425282678Subject(s): Knitters (Persons) -- Fiction | Knitting -- Fiction | Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction | California -- FictionGenre/Form: Detective and mystery stories. DDC classification: 813.6 Summary: CRIME & MYSTERY. The national bestselling author of "Wound Up in Murder" spins a deadly yarn of knitting bees, butterflies, and beauty queens. Every October, thousands of monarch butterflies flock to California s Monterey Peninsula to spend the winter there. To welcome their colorful guests, Cadbury by the Sea holds a weeklong festival complete with a butterfly queen and her court. Eager to show some town spirit, Casey Feldstein finds herself fluttering back and forth between setting up a yarn retreat, baking and helping out at the festival. But when a former butterfly queen is found dead with a knife in her back after a Bless the Butterflies service, Casey must set her loom aside to hook a killer with a score to settle.
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CRIME & MYSTERY. The national bestselling author of "Wound Up in Murder" spins a deadly yarn of knitting bees, butterflies, and beauty queens. Every October, thousands of monarch butterflies flock to California s Monterey Peninsula to spend the winter there. To welcome their colorful guests, Cadbury by the Sea holds a weeklong festival complete with a butterfly queen and her court. Eager to show some town spirit, Casey Feldstein finds herself fluttering back and forth between setting up a yarn retreat, baking and helping out at the festival. But when a former butterfly queen is found dead with a knife in her back after a Bless the Butterflies service, Casey must set her loom aside to hook a killer with a score to settle.

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