Death by Arts and Crafts

· An Abby McCree Mystery Book 6 · Kensington Books
5 reviews

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The much-anticipated latest installment in USA Today bestselling author Alexis Morgan’s delightful Abby McCree organizing cozy mystery series set in the Pacific Northwest.

When a killer’s handiwork threatens the Snowberry Creek arts community, Abby McCree starts looking for glues in her own murder investigation . . .

As the newest member of the Snowberry Creek City Council, perpetually overextended Abby McCree is picked to liaise between the council and the new planning committee for the town’s first ever arts and crafts fair. As far as gigs go, it’s a fun one—Abby’s spending the weekend tooling around Washington State, checking out similar fairs with her two besties, coffee shop owner Bridey Roker, and ceramic artisan Dayna Fisk.

As Abby spreads the word about Snowberry Creek’s fair, recruiting the industry’s biggest movers and makers, the trip feels like a glittering success. But then, someone is found murdered at one of the events and vendors begin disappearing amid suspicious circumstances. Abby’s determined to keep her hands clean, until Dayna finds herself stuck at the top of the suspect list. Now, Abby must weave the clues together and clear her friend’s name before the killer claims another victim—maybe even Abby herself . . .    

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5 reviews
Tabatha Heitzman
May 4, 2023
The ending is like so many of the other books that I have read. It gets old after a while.
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Alexis Morgan is a USA Today bestselling author with more than thirty traditionally published books, novellas, and short stories to her credit.

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