Free ↠ Cutwork (A Needlecraft Mystery, #7) By Monica Ferris – Soaringeaglecasino.us

Cutwork (A Needlecraft Mystery, #7) After An Artisan Is Murdered At The Excelsior, Minnesota, Art Fair, Everyone Is On Pins And Needles It S Up To Needlework Shop Owner Betsy Devonshire To Figure Out Who Had Designs On The Dead Designer.

Free ↠ Cutwork (A Needlecraft Mystery, #7)  By Monica Ferris – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • Cutwork (A Needlecraft Mystery, #7)
  • Monica Ferris
  • English
  • 13 November 2017
  • 0425193896

    10 thoughts on “Free ↠ Cutwork (A Needlecraft Mystery, #7) By Monica Ferris – Soaringeaglecasino.us


  1. says:

    This was an okay mystery that by the end you could figure out whodunit just because there was no one else It was also kind of odd because Betsy was investigating but it seemed like she didn t do a lot and this might just be because there were a couple of chapters from other characters view points.


  2. says:

    The 7th book in the Needlecraft Mystery Series.This book reminds me of my job in a round about way When I read this I was working at a bookstore and we had a book on Hardanger that was from our distributer It was one of those books that if you had one or two copies it would languish on the shelf but if you had 10 copies in a pile in the center of the Crafts table it would sell quite well I milked that book for sales that way for about 2 years Darndest thing So when I read this book I fina The 7th book in the Needlecraft Mystery Series.This book reminds me of my job in a round about way When I read this I was working at a bookstore and we had a book on Hardanger that was from our distributer It was one of those books that if you had one or two copies it would languish on the shelf but if you had 10 copies in a pile in the center of...


  3. says:

    Another fantastic mystery with Betsy solving the crime I didn t realize how much she would grow on me as a character from the first book She s got a reputation to uphold now, and she needs to put all the puzzles together to save a not so innocent boy from a murder charge or did he really do i...


  4. says:

    SPOILERS It was a struggle to read this book In the past books, the main character Betsy did most of the sleuthing through talking to other characters In this one, she didn t About two thirds of the book was other characters talking about the person who died I didn t feel the title had anything to do with the murder except maybe both things were cut In the previous books, the needlework was directly tied to the murder I almost didn t finish the book, I didn t like any of the characters an SPOILERS It was a struggle to read this book In the past books, the main character Betsy did most of the sleuthing through talking to other characters In this one, she didn t About two thirds of the book was other characters talking about the person who died I didn t feel the title had anything to do with the murder except maybe both things were cut In the previous books, the needlework was directly tied to the murder I almost didn t finish the book, I didn t like any of the characters and still can t quite understand Jill and Lars relationship And the guy Betsy was seeing, there could have been so muchadded to their relationship if Betsy had donelegwork than at the very end of th...


  5. says:

    Betsy Devonshire solves another mystery in this, the seventh book in the series You do not have to be familiar with the other books to enjoy this one.Betsy inherited Crewel World, a needlework shop, from her sister Betsy solved the murder of her sister and kept the store In this book, she is volunteering at an art fair in a nearby town in Minnesota, when a wood carver is murdered just before the show opens for the day The obvious suspect is a boy who has means and opportunity, but the motive Betsy Devonshire solves another mystery in this, the seventh book in the series You do not have ...


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Nothing outstanding Typical mass market mystery, but the murder occurred at the Excelsior Art Show Fun to read about a show that I used to do A wood ...


  7. says:

    This makes me want to do cutwork And I found the plot fairly interesting though the good citizens of Excelsior continue to show their unpleasant side, what with getting friends into trouble for the sake of sharing a piece of gossip.


  8. says:

    Anothr good plot PLus I learned quite a bit about hardinger and cutwork embroidery


  9. says:

    Ok mystery but a little far fetched On the plus side, the characters are enjoyable and the amateur sleuth is smart enough to include back up when she confronts the villain However, I didn t like having the narration change back and forth from...


  10. says:

    I love these books I m now buying the entire set in hard copy so I can read them again If you are even remotely interested in needlework, you ll love them.

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