An outstanding cozy murder with hints of quilting and Jewish customs skillfully woven with the story. Martha Rose attempts to clear Jazz, a fellow quilter of a murder charge finds a secret room, a Ponzi scheme, false testimony, greed, a fortune teller, and romance in this book. Martha must act fast if she is to save Jazz from spending time in prison. The ending has a cliffhanger that will shock you. I highly recommend this book and series.
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I haven’t read any of this series yet.
A new favorite.
I’ll have to see if the library has the series.
Good luck on finding it.
I love this series as well. Not crazy about cliffhangers, so I will have to see. Thanks.
I finished this one a few weeks ago, but haven’t posted a review yet. So far behind! I agree with you that the Jewish traditions and quilting information were nicely woven in and added interest. I enjoyed reading it.