Heartwarming isn't often used to describe a mystery, but it fits this Knitting series installment perfectly. Sefton has written another "feel good" story, but this one is based on a very serious subject -- sexual assault -- which the author handles with care and sensitivity. Delightful characters play a huge part in making this book so entertaining.

Kelly Flynn and her fellow friends and knitters from House of Lambspun rally around their friend Jennifer after she's attacked by a stranger. Deciding that a change of scenery is needed, Kelly and Jennifer head to a mountain retreat to assist in a knitting workshop.

A nasty surprise is in store for Jennifer when she realizes the owner of the ranch was her attacker. Days later, the man is found dead, and she becomes a prime suspect. Kelly and her friends have their work cut out for them as they try to get her off the hook for murder. (BERKLEY PRIME CRIME, Jun., 288 pp., $24.95)
Reviewed by: 
Barb Anderson