Below is the official blurb, check out further below for my book review for A Sewing Suspicion.
Secrets and a patchwork of white lies. Can Alex string together the truth before her life unravels?
Alex Bailey’s heart feels threadbare. Struggling with the dubious practices of her NYC law firm, she’s left her high-profile career and is eager to clear her conscience with a trip home to care for the woman who raised her. But when an ill fate befalls the quilting matriarch, the shocked lawyer suspects someone is covering up murder.
Unpicking the strands of her beloved grandmother’s life, Alex patches together clues that prove her loved one’s death was no accident. And when the practice’s stained history weaves into the culprit’s devious handiwork, she’ll need to stay alive long enough to expose a heartless killer.
Can Alex get to the bottom of a sinister pattern before she ends up buried in a flower garden?
Sewing Suspicion is the captivating first book in a series of Quilting Cozy Mysteries. If you like troubled heroines, pulse-pounding twists, and intriguing whodunits, then you’ll love Kathryn Mykel’s cleverly woven tale.
What did I think of the book?
If I am not sewing, or quilting, you can find me with a book. They say your kids should see you reading for pleasure, mine all did, a lot, like a whole lot!
So the opportunity to read a book that includes quilting was really tempting and so here we are. Kathryn Mykel is a fellow quilter and designer and also… an author.
I’ve read Sewing Suspicion and really enjoyed the story. I was pleasantly surprised that there are a few twists in this book that I was not expecting, and the story went in a totally different direction. Pre conceived ideas of a quilty story will be thrown out and you will enjoy this story. This was an easy read but I did need to remember various details and I am now hoping there might be a sequel or another book for the other characters.
If you are keen to read something that involves your hobby, like a bit of intrigue, all mixed in with some quilting, then I would certainly recommend grabbing a copy of Kathryn’s book.
Happy sewing or reading, whatever grabs you first.