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Author Spann Craig, Elizabeth, author.

Title Shear trouble / Elizabeth Craig.

Publication Info. New York, New York : Obsidian, [2014]
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 Nichols Adult Fiction  F SPANN    AVAILABLE
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Description 292 pages ; 18 cm.
Series Spann Craig, Elizabeth. Southern quilting mystery ; 04.
Note "An Obsidian mystery."
"Includes quilting tips!"--Page 4 of cover.
Summary As the leaves begin to fall in idyllic Dappled Hills, someone puts too fine a point on a local ladies man. Fortunately, the detective skills of quilter Beatrice Coleman are a cut above the rest... The Village Quilters of Dappled Hills, North Carolina, are desperate to finish their quilts before an upcoming show. To help, fellow member Posy has opened the back room of her shop, the Patchwork Cottage, for everyone to use. But the ladies are less than thrilled when Phyllis Stitt and Martha Helmsleymembers of their rival quilting guild, the Cut-Upsask to join them. Phyllis is hoping to leave the Cut-Ups and join up with the Village Quilters now that Marthas dating her ex-fiancé, Jason Gore. Shes not pleased when he visits the shop and even more upset when her new shears disappear. After offering to search for them, Beatrice discovers Jason with the shears buried in his unfaithful heart. Now she must sharpen her sleuthing skills to find a killer before someone elses life is cut short... INCLUDES QUILTING TIPS!
Subject Quilting -- Fiction.
Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction.
Coleman, Beatrice (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Genre Mystery fiction.
ISBN 9780451469502 (pbk.)
045146950X (pbk.)
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