By Anne Canadeo
Sewing it jointly . . . The Black Sheep Knitters: a fivesome with a knack for knitting—and for fixing crimes. rooster Maggie Messina, proprietor of the Black Sheep Knitting store, is invited to provide knitting workshops at a Berkshires spa inn, she manages to barter a cottage that matches all 5 of the Black Sheep for what delivers to be a weekend of knitting bliss. yet whereas the buddies are professional at counting stitches, they haven’t counted on homicide. site visitors and employees on the Crystal Lake lodge are as different as a combined bag of yarn, yet such a lot colourful is unquestionably the landlord, charismatic self-help guru and previous psychiatrist Dr. Max Flemming. The surgeon can have advised all in a revealing autobiography, yet from his ex-wife to the widow of his former enterprise partner—both staff on the inn—Max turns out mired in shadows from his prior. And whilst a killer moves in the course of a mountaintop retreat, the Black Sheep ask yourself what the great health professional will be hiding. The police appear to be following the inaccurate thread. yet whereas Maggie’s workshops have given the knitters a distinct view of the tensions on the little hotel, can they make experience of against the law that's as complexly stranded as a good Isle sweater? whilst the killer murders a moment time, the Black Sheep wonder if they’ve dropped a sew and placed themselves in mortal chance. . . .
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Dana asked before Lucy could answer. “He’s the latest self-help guru to hit the bestseller lists, Lucy,” Dana explained, flipping her knitting over to examine her stitches. ” “I haven’t read his book so I’m reserving judgment,” Maggie said evenly. “But I understand from Nadine that Dr. Max has a compelling story. He had a very successful psychiatric practice for many years, somewhere around Boston. Cambridge or Newton. He was treating clients with the usual talk therapy and drugs for depression, that sort of thing.
Oh … absolutely,” Nadine insisted. ” Lucy could see Dana’s eyes narrow as she readied herself for an intellectual battle. She hated to be called “dear” by anyone but her husband. And even Jack had to use the term judiciously. That totally burned her sesame butter. “So many wonderful choices. So little time,” Maggie cut in quickly. She gave Dana a quelling look. “We’ll have to sort this all out back at our cottage. We’d better check in, ladies. I have a workshop to give this afternoon,” she reminded them.
With Dana’s slim figure and blond hair, Lucy thought her friend would look great in the dress and all the hard work would definitely be worthwhile. ” Lucy asked as she took a sip of wine. “Slow but steady. ” A psychologist with a busy practice, Dana had an office only a few blocks down Main Street, which made the knitting shop convenient for breaks between patients, when she needed a little yarn-and-needle therapy of her own. “Come on, Dana. You’ll make that deadline easily. ” Suzanne’s observation fell somewhere between a compliment and a complaint.