A Thread of Darkness–review

This is the second book in the recently re-edited Queen Bees Quilt Shop by Sally Goldenbaum, and I am really loving these characters! If you like the author’s Seaside Knitters series or any of those that feature a group of crafting women who make pretty good sleuths, then you’ll like this series too. It’s not quite as long as the Seaside Knitters books, but there is just as much love and caring going on with the characters. The ladies were making a quilt for their dear friend Jacques who just opened a French restaurant and whose specialty was bouillabaisse.

My Goodreads review:

A Thread of Darkness (Queen Bees Quilt Shop #2)A Thread of Darkness by Sally Goldenbaum

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Another awesome book in this series! I’ve only met these characters twice now, but I feel like they’re old friends, especially Po and Kate…and PJ of course! This was an intriguing murder mystery dealing eventually with deep pockets that hid something that happened long ago. I wasn’t sure who the killer was this time until Po started getting ideas. I had some thoughts, but they weren’t the right guesses. I do love how all these friends work together to help each other and truly care about their other friends and community. It’s nice to read a mystery that has just a little more than the mystery and solution–it lets you in on who these people are. Until next time, Crestwood KS!

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3 thoughts on “A Thread of Darkness–review”

    1. Thanks Carla! I didn’t realize when I very first heard but someone told me it was a revision of the original series with a similar title, but each book’s new title is totally different from its original

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