Readers can't help but get entangled in this USA Today bestselling series.
This summer in Sea Harbor, Massachusetts, one of the Seaside Knitters gets tangled up with a precocious granddaughter, and another stands accused of sending a local resident on a permanent vacation…
As Izzy and the Seaside Knitters prepare her yarn studio for the tourist season, fellow knitter Birdie Favazza has her hands full with her granddaughter Gabby. The little girl soon becomes a fixture in the town and even strikes up a friendship with a reclusive local fisherman, Finnegan, who is the source of much local turbulence.
Then lobsterwoman Cass Halloran stumbles over the old fisherman—his body covered with leaves and sea grass and wearing the yellow fleece vest she once made for him. When Cass becomes a suspect in his murder the Knitters must rally to protect their friend.
Soon the Seaside Knitters will discover that caring for Gabby while casting their net for a killer is a tricky business, indeed. They’ll have to keep their wits about them as they piece together the clues…or one of their own will wind up knitting behind bars.
About the Author
Sally Goldenbaum is a sometimes philosophy teacher, knitter, and editor, and the USA Today bestselling author of more than two dozen novels. Sally became more serious about knitting with the birth of her first grandchild and the creation of the Seaside Knitters mystery series. Her fictional knitting friends are teaching her the intricacies of women’s friendship, the mysteries of small-town living, and the very best way to pick up dropped stitches on a lacy knit shawl.
What People are Saying About This
Praise for the Seaside Knitters Mysteries
“A charming and delightful read. This book has a strong sense of place—so strong one can smell the seaweed. Delicious.”—New York Times bestselling author Alexander McCall Smith on Death by Cashmere
“Mystery, romance, and lots of charm.”—New York Times bestselling author Nancy Pickard on The Wedding Shawl
Praise for A Fatal Fleece
“Goldenbaum’s plotting is superb, her characters are richly drawn…and her prose is seamless.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch
“Goldenbaum offers credible characters...in a very readable package.”—Publishers Weekly