Forget Me Knot (A Quilting Mystery, #1) by Mary Marks – Review

Martha and her besties Lucy and Birdie are set to expand their Quilty Tuesdays by inviting newcomer Claire Terry into their group. Though at forty Claire’s a tad younger than their average age, her crafty reputation could perk up their patchwork proceedings, especially as they prepare for the fancy quilt show coming to town. But when they arrive at Claire’s home and find her dead inside the front door, and her exquisite, prize-winning quilts soon missing, Martha is not one to leave a mystery unraveled. Especially if she wants to stop a killer from establishing a deadly pattern…

~Synopsis from Goodreads

I have recently developed an interest in quilting when I started exploring online the world of sewing.When I saw the tagline ‘A Quilting Mystery’, I just had to know what this book is about and moreover what can be so mysterious about quilting. I should say that my curiosity was satiated when I found that people can kill someone for the sake of quilts especially if they are considered as highly priced art items or if they have some hidden secrets.

Forget Me Knot is a simple cozy read about a bunch of old ladies surrounded around a murder victim. And of course there are complex relationships to be revealed as Martha tries to solve the murder mystery in her own way.

If you are looking out for a cozy read and if you have some interest in quilting, this book is definitely for you :)

Rating: 3.5/5
Source: Publisher
Publisher: Kensington Books
Release: January 7th 2014

Note: I received a digital galley of this book from the publisher through netgalley in return for my honest review.

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