Buried in Quilts (Joan Spencer, #2)

Buried in Quilts (Joan Spencer, #2) Read Buried In Quilts Joan Spencer, 2 Author Sara Hoskinson Frommer Easyfaroairporttransfers.co.uk As Manager And A Violist Of The Oliver, Indiana, Civic Symphony, Joan Spencer Has Her Hands Overflowing The Orchestra Is Rehearsing To Play At A Prestigious Quilt Show When Elderly Edna Ellett Dies, And Joan S Prickly Daughter Rebecca Unexpectedly Comes Home Joan Hasn T Seen Or Heard From Her Twenty Year Old Daughter For Months Both Women Still Grieve The Early Death Of Joan S Husband And Rebecca S Father Though Rebecca Appears Fine, Joan Suspects She Is Troubled, And She Braces Herself For Conflict Meanwhile, Members Of Edna Ellett S Family Search Like Vultures For The Will On The Eve Of The Quilt Show One Of Them Is Murdered, And Joan Discovers The Body Underneath A Quilt With The Small Town Of Oliver In A Tizzy, Joan Joins Police Officer Fred Lundquist To Investigate A Mystery With Roots And Stitches Deep In History Humorous And Cozy, With Each Chapter Named For A Quilt Pattern, Sara Frommer S Novel Will Delight Musicians, Mystery Lovers, And Anyone Who Enjoys The Art Of Quilting.

  • 4.5
  • 040
  • English
  • 09 April 2018
  • Paperback
  • 252 pages
  • 0595143067
  • Buried in Quilts (Joan Spencer, #2)
  • Sara Hoskinson Frommer

10 thoughts on “Buried in Quilts (Joan Spencer, #2)

  1. Lynn Demsky says:

    This was really a good read a small village s Quilt Show becomes a murder scene with all the town concerned as to what happened an Orchestra player takes a major role in helping to find the killer You didn t hav...

  2. Susan says:

    Widowed Joan Spencer has lost a friend when Edna Ellett, one of the ladies at the senior center Joan runs in little Oliver, IN, dies Edna s daughter Mary Sue involves Joan further in the family when she asks for help with th...

  3. Ellen Marchessault says:

    Second in the Joan Spencer mystery series Mary Sue Ellett is the victim at a quilt show in Oliver, Indiana SPOILER ALERT It was accidental by Mary Sue s mother s caregiver, her cousin Kitty Motive to protect ...

  4. Jean says:

    I very much enjoyed this book The mystery plot was clever and unpredictable It is based on a woman living in a very small town in IN There is excellent character development of her daughter and son as well as other individuals in the co...

  5. Joan says:

    Enjoyable cozy mystery with good characters.

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