Archeologists were thrilled when the Badger Patrol stumbles across a previously undiscovered Indian Mound near Caruthers Corners. Just one problem: The dead body of the local sheriff was sprawled atop it. Leave it to the Quilters Club - Maddy, Lizzie, Bootsie, and Cookie, along with Maddy's precocious granddaughter Aggie - to solve the murder mystery. At the same time trying to figure out who kidnapped Maddy's adopted grandson N'yen. And the key to the puzzle is a Charm quilt with no two pieces alike ... or aren't there? "Another satisfying cozy mystery from your favorite quiltmaking writer, Marjorie Sorrell Rockwell. I couldn't put it down," says Hollis George, noted editor and anthologist.
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.