And Then You Dye (A Needlecraft Mystery #16) (Hardcover)

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This is book number 16 in the A Needlecraft Mystery series.


Betsy Devonshire, full-time owner of the Crewel World needlework shop and part-time sleuth, has hooked more than a few crooks in the USA Today bestselling Needlecraft Mysteries. Now Betsy learns the hard way that a murder is still murder, any way you color it…

Betsy is a natural-born yarnsmith—so it’s only fitting that some of her favorite items to stock come from the dye-works of Hailey Brent. Hailey makes hand-dyed knitting wool, silk, soy, and corn yarns. She uses only natural vegetable dyes, creating soft and beautiful colors. Which means her yarns are expensive, but well worth it.

Unfortunately, someone thinks they’re worth killing for.

When Hailey’s body is discovered shot dead in her workshop, Betsy discovers that there was a lot about Hailey she would have never guessed. Like her penchant for stealing other’s property for her own use. Her use of dangerous additives to create her so-called all-natural fibers. And a scheming mind that had made her more than one enemy.

Now, Betsy must wring the truth from a bevy of colorful suspects. Because the truth just might mean the difference between living—and dyeing…

About the Author

Monica Ferris is the USA Today bestselling author of several mystery series under various pseudonyms.

Praise For…

“Ferris’s fans will be charmed.”—Publishers Weekly

“Monica Ferris is a talented writer who knows how to keep the attention of her fans.”— Midwest Book Review

“Ferris’s characterizations are top-notch, and the action moves along at a crisp pace.” —Booklist
“Fans will enjoy the needlework lore, the included pattern, and the ongoing adventures.” —Kirkus Reviews

Product Details
ISBN: 9780425252819
ISBN-10: 0425252817
Publisher: Berkley
Publication Date: December 4th, 2012
Pages: 304
Language: English
Series: A Needlecraft Mystery