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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Somethings Knot Kosher

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Something’s Knot Kosher
(A Quilting Mystery)

Cozy Mystery
4th in Series
Kensington (June 28, 2016)
Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1496701800
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Funerals can be patchy affairs for Martha Rose and her close-knit circle of friends–especially in the case of a missing body. . .
When Birdie Watson’s husband Russell is killed during a bank robbery, Martha just wants to support her grieving friend. But en route to the burial plot in Oregon, Martha makes a harrowing discovery about the casket’s contents–instead of Russell, she finds an unidentified man. Now Martha and her quilting klatch can’t rest in peace until they unspool the truth behind the macabre mix up. . .

What I Thought:

Each installment of this series just gets better and better.  In this installment the, Martha and her friends are comforting Birdie, whose husband was killed in a bank robbery, but Martha makes a grizzly discovery and changes the whole story.  There are mores twist in this book than on a country road.  If you are looking for a fast paced read that will keep you turning pages and guessing till the very end, then this is the book for you.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest review. 

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About the Author
Born and raised in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area, Mary Marks earned a B.A. in Anthropology from UCLA and an M.A. in Public Administration from the American Jewish University in Los Angeles. In 2004 she enrolled in the UCLA Extension Writers Program. Her first novel, Forget Me Knot, was a finalist in a national writing competition in 2011. She is currently a reviewer of cozy mysteries for The New York Journal of Books at
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1 comment:

  1. I really enjoyed this one too. I enjoyed learning more about Birdie and meeting Jazz, who Marks didn't write in a really overblown way like many other authors.