Book Review

UNRAVELED
by Maggie Sefton

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Amateur Sleuth

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Sefton has a comfortable, entertaining style that makes her stories a truly enjoyable armchair read. Even if you are not a knitter, you can lose yourself in the beautiful Colorado canyons and the easy camaraderie of the characters in this story. The mystery is well intertwined in the plot, with enough twists and turns to keep the tale interesting, and enough clues that you might be able to reach the solution a page or two before the sleuth!

There are people who would kill for a good property sale — literally, as accountant and amateur sleuth Kelly Flynn discovers to her dismay. Kelly has recently ended her long-term relationship with local architect Steve, and she’s looking for something to distract herself. When Kelly and her real estate agent friend Jennifer arrive for a meeting at a ranch property, they find that property owner Fred Turner has been shot inside the home. Kelly’s unquenchable curiosity comes into play, and she can’t help following up on suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of the unscrupulous Turner. With the help and support of her Lambspun yarn shop friends and contacts with the local police force, Kelly once again unravels the fine silken thread of clues leading to an unexpected solution. (PRIME CRIME, Jun., 292 pp., $24.95)

Reviewed By: S.L. Rosania

Publisher: PRIME CRIME

Published: June 2011

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