WICKED WEAVES By Joyce and Jim Lavene

Wicked Weaves by Joyce Lavene

This one is not up to their usual work. There is some bad editing and confusing statements. However the plot is good and descriptions of a Renaissance Faire are good. This one is a commercial park and employees can work year aground. There a specific rules to run the faire. A bailiff is the police. Jessie Morton spends her summers there as an apprentice too one of crafters. This summer she is learning basketweave. The estranged husband of the crafter, Mary is murdered and Jessie sets out to clear Mary’s name. Jessie has s summer romance with Chase Manhattan, the bailiff. Can she succeed with all the distractions?

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3 Responses to WICKED WEAVES By Joyce and Jim Lavene

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I haven’t read any of this series yet.

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