Flying saucers? Skydivers without parachutes? Mob hits? A wagonload of gold hidden in 1830? Here, Maddy Madison and her Quilters Club pals solve a murder and locate a buried treasure with the help of her precious granddaughter Aggie and brainiac grandson N'yen ... and an antique Map quilt that people are willing to kill to get. This marks the return of a weird purple-eyed UFO investigator, the appearance of a sinister new antiques dealer, and a rough landing by a pilot known as Upside Down Lou. This marks another visit to the small town of Caruthers Corners, Indiana -- home of the Quilters Club.
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.