Thursday, April 9, 2009

Death by Cashmere-- what a way to go! :) May 2




We had a great discussion this month about Casting Spells. Thanks again to N.K. for providing the delicious maple cookies and tollhouse bars! What a treat!


We hope you'll join us next month for a murderous yarn (ha ha!) Death by Cashmere, written by Sally Goldenbaum. Our discussion will be Saturday, May 2, at 2 pm. It's the first in the Seaside Knitters Mystery series.

Here's the review from Publishers Weekly:

Izzy Chambers gives up her life as a lawyer in Boston in order to open the Seaside Knitting Studio in Sea Harbor, Mass., where she spent her childhood, in Goldenbaum's charming debut. An informal knitting group of eccentric characters forms around the shop, including Birdie Favazza, the oldest member at nearly 80, and Cass Halloran, the owner of 200 lobster traps who's devastated by a midnight theft. Cass's younger brother, Pete, pines for the gorgeous Angelina Archer, who's recently come to the Cape to research a local history project and rents the apartment above Izzy's store. When Angelina's body washes up in the cove, Izzy and her knitting group vow to discover who hated Angelina enough to want the woman dead. A knitting pattern for a scarf rounds out a cozy many will find an ideal beach read.

1 comment:

Celeste said...

I had fun reading Casting Spells last month. Looking forward to this one next. Wish I could discuss the books with you in person.