The title of the sixteen story will let you know the girls at Lampspum are telIing a new waitress about the murders that had been involved. Kelly is kept busy looking after her 4-year son, Jack. There is not much information about the next generation but enough so you know what each person is doing.

Julie a waitress is found dead in her car one morning, closing the cafe and Lampspun for short time. Kelly begins to look Into the matter. Kelly needs to find the answer before there is another death.I recommend this book and series.Recipes and knitting pattern are included.

Disclosure: Many thanks to Berkley for a review copy. The opinions expressed are my own

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2 Responses to DYEING UP LOOSE ENDS by Maggie Sefton

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I’ve missed this series.

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