Death Threads

Death Threads

Book - 2010
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Penguin Putnam
The Southern Sewing Circle mystery series continues.

Yankee librarian Tori Sinclair is basking in the warmth of her new circle of friends from South Carolina's Sweet Briar Ladies Society sewing circle. That is until local author Colby Calhoun reveals an unflattering secret about the town's historic past-and then disappears, leaving a bloody trail behind him. And when Tori begins to see a pattern of the townsfolk's age-old Southern pride standing in the way of justice, she knows it's time to unravel the mystery.

Baker & Taylor
When a local author reveals an unflattering secret about the town's historic past, which gets him murdered, Tori Sinclair, along with the Sweet Briar Ladies Society Sewing Circle, attempts to unravel a tangled mystery of ancient feuds and alliances to catch a crafty killer. Original.

Publisher: Ontario: : Penguin Books, 2010
ISBN: 9780425233412
Characteristics: 280 p


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Apr 18, 2014

As a transplant from Chicago, Tori has had a first-hand experience at how Southerners from the small town of Sweet Briar stick together, even when the truth is not what it seems to be. When the husband of a local prints a story that destroys the very foundation their fair city was built upon, tempers flare and the author ends up missing. Tori rebukes her new circle of friends for their behavior and sets on a search for the abductor. Life lessons are learned amid sewing lessons, a romantic spat, and bunnies galore.

Jul 26, 2011

I read this not long ago, I can hardly remember it. Spunky shop owner? Was there a romance? Was there a she-almost-dies scene before the criminal gets found out? It wasn't bad, just forgettable.

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