Image of Dyer Consequences (Knitting Mysteries, No. 5)


Image of Dyer Consequences (Knitting Mysteries, No. 5)

For a sharp accountant with a thriving business, Kelly Flynn seems to find plenty of time to embroil herself in murder investigations. Sefton's nosy knitter is delightful in a cozy mystery that cuts a little too close to home for Kelly's health and keeps readers guessing till the end.

Lately it seems Kelly has been under siege by particularly nasty vandals. In recent weeks she's had tires slashed, a windshield broken and the walls of her cottage splattered with red paint, all at the same time that she's trying to renovate her alpaca ranch's tumbledown house. Then somebody tears up the House of Lambspun, where Kelly spends her spare time clicking knitting needles with her friends, and a young woman is found dead in a tub of dye.

Kelly's pretty sure the murder is connected to the attacks on her property, though she can't imagine what she's done to tick anyone off to this degree, so she starts poking around. The trick is going to be staying alive until she finds out who has it in for her. (Berkley Prime Crime, Jun., 304 pp., $21.95)
Reviewed by: 
Pat Cooper