Title: Murder Comes Unraveled (A Flock & Fiber Mystery #2)
Author: Veryl Ann Grace
Review: This is a mystery that moves along at a fair pace while delving into current social hot topic- concerning the victim and her brother. His bias is put forward in blunt terms and leaves no doubt were his feelings lay on the subject. The story is written and allows the reader to follow the plot to its conclusion. It also contained a fair bit of valuable information about fairs and how stall holders operate. I also enjoyed the information put forth about Great Pyrenees dogs and their working habits. I would rate this book at four stars and would read other books by this writer.
Thanks Frank for this review.
Publisher: Published October 30th 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Page Numbers: 252
Quick Review: 4 out 5 stars
Why I Read this Title: I enjoy a good mystery..
Synopsis: It’s a beautiful afternoon in May and set up for The Black Hills Fiber Gathering is in full swing. Martha Williamson, owner of The Spider’s Web—a shop specializing in spinning and weaving, is looking forward to four glorious days of selling and talking fiber and fiber tools as she organizes her booth and gets her alpaca settled in their stall. Then Falcor, her Great Pyrenees, finds a body, and she is pulled into the agony of a terrible accident. Or is it? As one person after another seems to have reason for wanting the victim dead, Martha is more and more certain there was no accident. However if it was murder, who did it and why? When there is another attack and Martha is threatened, it becomes obvious that she needs to find the answers. With her steadfast Great Pyrenees, Denali and Falcor, by her side, Martha begins to unravel the mystery, but will she be fast enough to forestall a killer’s hand?
Author Information: See her blog here.