Secrets, secret, secrets - about the famous Hoople Quadruplets, about Maddy Madison's heritage, about numerous residents of Caruthers Corners, Indiana. The Quilters Club - Maddy, Lizzie, Cookie, and Bootsie - are on the case with the help of Maddy's grandchildren, precocious Aggie and brainiac N'yen. Among the secrets is the provenance of the Frank Leslie quilt, an appliqué coverlet that apparently predates the legendary Godey's Quilt. What's more, there's a murder to solve - a prominent citizen blown to Kingdom Come in a hidden meth lab right across the street from the Hoople Quilting Heritage Museum. Another great cozy mystery from Marjory Sorrell Rockwell, "the queen of the quilting cozies." (Hollis George)
About the Author
Marjory Sorrell Rockwell says needlecraft arts - quilting, crocheting, knitting - are pastimes every woman can appreciate. And she particularly loves quiltmaking. "It's like painting with cloth," she says. But when not quilting she writes mysteries about a Midwestern sleuth not unlike herself, a middle-aged lady with an unpredictable family and loyal friends. And she's a big fan of watermelon pie.