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The Quilt Ripper

The Quilt Ripper By Mary Devlin Lynch Debbie Devlin Zook The Quilt Ripper Miranda Hathaway is the town librarian and a member of Cutler Quilt Guild Number One She likes to read mysteries especially Sherlock Holmes When someone breaks into the home of another guild member

  • Title: The Quilt Ripper
  • Author: Mary Devlin Lynch Debbie Devlin Zook
  • ISBN: 9780692616611
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Quilt Ripper By Mary Devlin Lynch Debbie Devlin Zook Miranda Hathaway is the town librarian and a member of Cutler Quilt Guild Number One She likes to read mysteries, especially Sherlock Holmes When someone breaks into the home of another guild member, rips apart an heirloom quilted skirt, and leaves the torn pieces behind, everyone in Cutler Pennsylvania thinks Miranda can solve the mystery
    The Quilt Ripper By Mary Devlin Lynch Debbie Devlin Zook

    The Quilt Ripper Miranda Hathaway Adventures About the Author Mary Devlin Lynch and Debbie Devlin Zook are sisters who share a passion for reading and writing The Quilt Ripper is their tenth book Debbie lives in central Pennsylvania, is a retired executive secretary who worked for years at Penn State, and proud grandmother of two. The Quilt Ripper Miranda Hathaway Adventures Book About the Author Mary Devlin Lynch and Debbie Devlin Zook are sisters who share a passion for reading and writing The Quilt Ripper is their tenth book Debbie lives in central Pennsylvania, is a retired executive secretary who worked for years at Penn State, and proud grandmother of two. The Quilt Ripper by Debbie Devlin Zook, Mary Devlin Lynch Up to sh backJan , Mary Devlin Lynch and Debbie Devlin Zook are sisters who share a passion for reading and writing The Quilt Ripper is their tenth book Debbie lives in central Pennsylvania, is a retired executive secretary who worked for years at Penn State, and proud grandmother of two. The Quilt Ripper by Mary Devlin Lynch Miranda Hathaway is the town librarian and a member of Cutler Quilt Guild Number One She likes to read mysteries, especially Sherlock Holmes When someone breaks into the home of another guild member, rips apart an heirloom quilted skirt, and leaves the torn pieces behind, everyone in Cutler Pennsylvania thinks Miranda can solve the mystery

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    1. LORI CASWELL on said:

      Dollycas s ThoughtsI snapped up this book when is was free on because I knew I would need a Q book for my Alphabet Soup Challenge.The story starts with a letter being written in 1759 as a wife, Hannah, who is sending a trunk of her belongings ahead to her husband in the new world across the ocean Then moves to present time with Miranda Hathaway s story and the members of her quilt guild A mystery arises when one of a member s house is broken into and the only thing she can find wrong is an heirl [...]

    2. Meg on said:

      Quite refreshing in that it was a cozy without a murder hooray It was perhaps a little odd that the perpetrator of the crimes was exposed early, though Some punctuation usage errors but not terribly intrusive An easy read a small town caper with an interesting insight to historical events.

    3. Leigh Bowman on said:

      Fun to readThis was a great, easy read The style of writing is informal yet engaging being first person POV Easy to keep up with the jumps in the story and an exciting first entry for a series Already onto book two Definitely recommend if you like amateur sleuths and capers

    4. Kathy on said:

      Great readfWhat a great new cozy by Mary Devlin Lynch now I m hooked and getting the next book now if you like a great cozy you need to read this one

    5. Barbara on said:

      A fun to read small town mystery full of quirky, eccentric characters and lots of humor Harry the cat, named after Judy s deceased husband Harry, was my favorite character in the story.The book kept me very interested from beginning to end Even though you find out who the thief is before the townspeople do, you still want to keep reading I didn t want the story to end as I really enjoyed the characters and wanted to continue following their lives.The only thing that bothered me about this story [...]

    6. Heather on said:

      I am a sucker for a good cozy mystery, but I have pretty high standards This lovely books exceeds them all Miranda Hathaway, small town librarian and quilter, is determined to figure out who destroyed an heirloom quilted skirt Things get a bit complicated when she finds herself developing feelings for the only male member of her quilting guild, someone who is also a suspect Like all cozy mysteries, Miranda figures it out in the end, but it is a great ride all the way to the conclusion Every char [...]

    7. Nicki on said:

      A delightful read based in small town USA The first 50 or so pages give us the list of characters and how they fit into the life of the town The library plays a part but the quilt shop is the main gathering spot and central to the story line The mystery part of the book really starts showing up after we know about all the characters The story has a lazy small town pace to it I enjoyed the book I liked the history and ancestry I liked reading about lasting friendships and letting new friends in T [...]

    8. Stacei on said:

      A little history in the mysteryThe book starts out in 1759, with Hannah writing a letter to her husband It then moves to current times and we start meeting the members of the Quilters Guild The story bounces around a bit as we are introduced to the main characters It is not your typical mystery, as we learn who is doing what fairly early on We have to wait to see where they will go with the information I really enjoyed the book and look forward to in this series.

    9. Cheryl on said:

      I loved this book Miranda is a librarian with a love of Sherlock Holmes and mystery books She kind a falls into some of the answers and thinks through the rest The idea that people coming here 200 years ago would sew the jewels into there clothes was so cool I look forward to reading of her books.

    10. Darlene Otet on said:

      I received the book for free through Giveaways A super little book I enjoyed it a little mystery, a little detective work, a little romance and some history as well A librarian who enjoys solving a mystery, starts asking questions about a break in where nothing is stolen Who would do that, and why Well, she needs to find out, so the investigation starts.

    11. Joann on said:

      I cant wait to read the next one Miranda please, please don t let Gabe slip away and I think it is time for Harry to move on I think I might have a new genre Cozy Mystery they are turning out to be just what I need.

    12. Linda Cole on said:

      Pretty goodIt was a different type of cozy with the history attached and no dead bodies I like Harry the cat and the way Miranda interacted with her friends.

    13. Marilyn on said:

      Goodthe women that belonged to a quilting club in a small town where there wasn t a lot of crimes committed.

    14. Elane Jones on said:

      Wonderful storyLoved this book It is definitely a must read for all of the amateur sleuths out there, because just when you think you know what will happen, everything changes.

    15. Sarah Adamson on said:

      A really fun and easy to read cozy starring the head librarian and her quilting guild Nice plot twists, good writing and fun mystery

    16. Cathy Gillespie on said:

      This was cute I especially enjoyed her relationship with her cat, Harry I m not alone in how I relate to my cat, Moses

    17. Marni on said:

      Very goodA very well written cozy mystery The characters are realistic and fun I enjoyed the writing which was fluid and maintained the story line very well.

    18. Pamela on said:

      I really enjoyed this one No murder, just a mystery revolving around break in s and stolen antique textile items The Quilt Guild is on the case Good writing and good editing

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