Robbing Peter to Kill Paul (a Danger Cove Quilting Mystery)

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For quilt appraiser Keely Fairchild, the opportunity to appraise more than a hundred quilts feels almost too good to be true. And then she learns the bad news: the quiltmaker was murdered and the police have no leads. Keely uncovers a variety of suspects, including the greedy heir, a smarmy used-car salesman, a feuding neighbor, and even a rival quiltmaker! More

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Published by Gemma
Words: 73,360
Language: English
ISBN: 9781943587681
About Elizabeth Ashby

Elizabeth Ashby was born and raised in Danger Cove and now uses her literary talent to tell stories about the town she knows and loves. Ms. Ashby has penned several Danger Cove Mysteries, which are published by Gemma Halliday Publishing. While she does admit to taking some poetic license in her storytelling, she loves to incorporate the real people and places of her hometown into her stories. She says anyone who visits Danger Cove is fair game for her poisoned pen, so tourists beware! When she's not writing, Ms. Ashby enjoys gardening, taking long walks along the Pacific coastline, and curling up with a hot cup of tea, her cat, Sherlock, and a thrilling novel.

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Review by: Jan Tangen on Aug. 05, 2016 :
Forced by an invisible stress related disability to abandon her high profile law practice, Keeley moves from Seattle to Danger Cove. Once there, she makes friends and works to become a certified quilt appraiser. She also becomes more involved with the quilters guild, to the point of beginning to learn to quilt. At one of the meetings, a man arrives looking for a quilt appraiser as part of processing an inheritance. It turns out the the deceased was not only known to the group, but that she had been murdered several weeks ago. And so it begins.
Interesting characters, twisty plot, incipient romance, and generally a good read for any season!
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)

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