Four Patch of Trouble Viral Ebook This tale follows a lady lawyer Keely Fairchild who gave up her job due to stress related illness and now goes around authenticating antique quilts S
Four-Patch of Trouble Viral Ebook This tale follows a lady lawyer Keely Fairchild, who gave up her job due to stress-related illness, and now goes around authenticating antique quilts. She doesn't make quilts herself. The location is the Pacific Northwest. Antique is clearly relative as no quilt here can be more than a few hundred years old, but a supposed charlatan passing off newer quilts as antique annoys all the local quilters. Is he really a fraud? He claims to have provenance for all his quilts. A death occurs swiftly, but I found it very odd that someone should say, "It didn't look like natural causes, but we probably shouldn't talk about it until the police get here." Most of us would be wondering if there was a maniac on the loose and if so whether everyone was in danger; certainly from America we hear of little else. The image of blood seeping into a beautiful quilt isn't pretty but that's about as bad as it gets, with much questioning of alibis and connections. Some of the quilters see their work as art, while others are straightforwardly commercial. A museum also features. Keely doesn't seem to have a personal life and other than questioning people, doesn't come across as strong or dynamic. If you are interested in quilts you may be delighted with this mystery. If you are just interested in antique artefacts, you could also try the more amiable mystery The Pot Thief Who Studied Georgia O'Keeffe by J. Michael Orenduff. I was sent an ARC and this is an unbiased review. . From international bestselling author Gin Jones comes a small town murder with big consequences Someone has murder all sewn up Keely Fairchild left her previous profession as a high powered attorney to lead a quieter life as a certified quilt appraiser But when she s asked by the Danger Cove quilt guild s president to prove that a local dealer is selling cheap reproduFrom international bestselling author Gin Jones comes a small town murder with big consequences Someone has murder all sewn up Keely Fairchild left her previous profession as a high powered attorney to lead a quieter life as a certified quilt appraiser But when she s asked by the Danger Cove quilt guild s president to prove that a local dealer is selling cheap reproduction quilts as expensive antiques, Keely s quiet new job turns dangerous While Keely and the guild president are in the dealer s shop, the crooked quilt peddler is killed Unfortunately, the local police think the guild president has the best motive, and Keely stakes her professional reputation, and possibly her life, on proving that the police have the wrong person Suspects abound, including the dealer s business partner, a rival dealer whose quilts were illicitly copied for the reproductions, an arts reporter who s been threatened with a libel suit, and even the director of the local museum But which one murdered the crooked dealer And which one has Keely squarely in his sights now The Danger Cove books Secret of the Painted Lady a Danger Cove Renovation Mystery Murder and Mai Tais a Danger Cove Cocktail Mystery Death by Scones a Danger Cove Bakery Mystery Four Patch of Trouble a Danger Cove Quilting Mystery Deadly Dye and a Soy Chai a Danger Cove Hair Salon Mystery Killer Closet Case a Danger Cove BB Mystery About Danger Cove Danger Cove is a sleepy little town in the Pacific Northwest and home to renowned mystery novelist, Elizabeth Ashby While Elizabeth swears the stories she writes are fiction, you can find the inspiration for her murderous tales all over Danger Cove the intriguing cast of local characters to the places to eat, play, and explore in Danger Cove Don t let our name fool you we re the friendliest even if deadliest town in the Pacific Northwest Visit us at dangercovemysteries. Popular Kindle Four-Patch of Trouble I will admit that I had some problems with this. I can't go into too much depth without giving away spoilers, unfortunately. A couple of things as an example, vaguely speaking: There was just too much repetition of a med condition; I definitely sympathize with it, it was just there too often. And an incompetent official run amok and allowed to jump to conclusions too quickly. Some other repeats; perhaps too many red herrings. The story was interesting, though. I understand the fervor of collectors. Also the quilting angle caught me as my late sister was an avid quilter. The singing director was a kick. Loved what MCs house used to be.