Threaded for Trouble

· A Threadville Mystery Book 2 · Sold by Penguin
3 reviews
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About this ebook

 Welcome back to Threadville, Pennsylvania, where crafts are king, and a “killer” sewing machine lives up to its name…

Darlene Coddlefield, the winner of a national sewing competition, has come to Willow Vanderling’s embroidery shop, In Stitches, to be presented with a top-of-the-line Chandler Champion sewing and embroidery machine as her prize. But Darlene’s triumph is short-lived after she’s found dead under her sewing table, apparently crushed by the heavy machine.

It soon becomes clear that this was no freak accident. Who had it in for Darlene Coddlefield? The long string of suspects includes Darlene’s fire chief husband. So Willow and her best friend, Haylee, become volunteer firefighters to uncover the truth. But when a second sewing machine sparks trouble, the friends realize they may have jumped from the frying pan into the fire…

3 reviews
Third-party review
This book has it all for cozy mystery fans: an intriguing mystery, lots of humor, close friendships, a spark or two of romance, and the lure of the needle arts. Every time I read one of Janet Bolin's ...
Third-party review
Willow is getting In Stitches, her embroidery store, in shape for the presentation of a Chandler Champion sewing and embroidery machine to a local resident, Darlene Coddlefield. Darlene had won this ...
Third-party review
In her embroidery store In Stitches, Willow Vanderling presents the Chandler Champion sewing and embroidery machine to the contest winner, Darlene Coddlefield. When within 24 hours Darlene has been ...

About the author

Janet Bolin has had multiple short stories and humorous essays published in Canadian literary and trade journals. More than forty of her essays have been read aloud on national CBC radio programs. She is a member of Sisters in Crime. Her Threadville Mysteries include Night of the Living Thread, Dire Threads, Threaded for Trouble, and Thread and Buried.

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