Monday, April 24, 2017

Tightening the Threads

by Lea Wait

Sarah Byrne has asked her friend, Angie Curtis, to help at a family gathering at the home of her friend and newly discovered uncle, Ted Lawrence. The moral support will be much needed when Ted announces to the family changes he has made to his will with inclusion of his new niece. Tempers rise faster than the tide and so does the body count. Angie has her hands full when she is approached by one of the suspects to investigate.

There are some series that feel comfortable from the first installment. That is the way I felt when I read Twisted Threads, the first in this series.  Wait’s characters are a delight and could be neighbors or family, all members of the Mainely Needelpoint group, you are able to quickly bond with them making you care about their well-being.  She gives each one a rich back story from the author of erotica to the high school teacher with the poison garden. The storylines are suspenseful and well plotted. This is the fifth in the series and it just gets stronger and more intriguing.  Each installment has been a delight and this one doesn’t disappoint.

I thank the publisher for generously providing an Advanced Reader’s Copy for my honest review.

ISBN:  9781496706287   Pub: Kensington Books                 Pub Date:  03/28/2017

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