Book Review: “Moon Spinners” by Sally Goldenbaum (Seaside Knitters #3)

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Title:  Moon Spinners

Author:  Sally Goldenbaum

Series:  Seaside Knitters #3

Synopsis (from bn.com):

Stitch and sleuth in the third delightful knitting mystery from the author of Patterns in the Sand.

In the quaint fishing village of Sea Harbor, Massachusetts, the Seaside Knitters are always looking for a new project. Their latest is helping their friend Gracie Santos open the Lazy Lobster and Soup Café on Pelican Pier. But they get sidetracked when Gracie’s aunt Sophia goes flying off the cliff in her red Ferrari-and it was no accident. As gossip builds, and rumors circulate, the Seaside Knitters must stitch together the clues if they’re to understand a killer’s strange pattern.

 

My thoughts:  Another great offering in the wonderful Seaside Knitters cozy series.  As I continue to read this series, I just love this setting and these characters more and more.  I so want to be friends with these great characters.  They are fun, witty, charming, warm, thoughtful, kind, caring, giving . . . shall I continue!

This series would make an absolutely wonderful relaxing, vacation, beach read!  Sit back, grab a glass of cool lemonade and simply enjoy the sights and sounds of the Seaside Knitters in Sea Harbor, MA!

And remember,

Books Are Life

Heather

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