A Dark and Snowy Night (Seaside Knitters Society #5) (Paperback)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 5 in the Seaside Knitters Society series.
- #1: Murder Wears Mittens (Seaside Knitters Society #1) (Paperback): $15.95
- #2: How to Knit a Murder (Seaside Knitters Society #2) (Paperback): $15.95
- #3: A Murderous Tangle (Seaside Knitters Society #3) (Paperback): $15.95
- #4: A Crime of a Different Stripe (Seaside Knitters Society #4) (Paperback): $15.95
- #6: A Twisted Skein (Seaside Knitters Society #6) (Hardcover): $27.00
- #12: Murder Wears Mittens (Seaside Knitters Society #12) (Compact Disc): $59.99
It’s holiday season in the picturesque, coastal town of Sea Harbor, Massachusetts! But in USA Today bestselling author Sally Goldenbaum’s latest Seaside Knitters Society mystery, the knitting club sleuths will have to take a break from crafting cozy Christmas gifts to investigate a murder at the Mayor’s holiday party.
Winter in Sea Harbor is a feast for the senses. This year, the Seaside Knitters have a sackful of obligations in addition to their usual Christmas preparations. Izzy is so overloaded with knitting classes that she hires an extra salesperson. Cass, juggling the stresses of running her lobster fishery, has finally found a nanny for her active toddler. Molly Flanigan seems practically perfect in every way—until she suddenly disappears, taking Cass’s beloved rescue mutt with her . . .
Meanwhile, the holidays are kicking off in style at the mayor’s holiday party with a celebrity chef catering the event. An additional treat for Ben and Nell Endicott at the festive affair is reconnecting with a dear college friend, Oliver Bishop. But it’s not just reunions and the appetizers that are to-die-for. Before the partygoers can toast the beginning of Sea Harbor’s festive season, the chef—and young wife of the Endicotts’ old Harvard friend—is found dead in the snow . . .
Izzy, Birdie, Nell, and Cass must uncover the pattern to these mysteries to remove suspicion from those they love, bring a murderer to justice—and keep Sea Harbor’s holiday magic from vanishing into the chill winter air . . .
About the Author
Sally Goldenbaum is the author of over three dozen novels, including the Queen Bees Quilt Shop Mysteries and the nationally bestselling Seaside Knitters Society Mystery Series, set in the fictional town of Sea Harbor, Massachusetts. Born in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Sally now lives in Gloucester, Massachusetts with her husband, Don. In addition to writing mysteries, Sally has taught philosophy, Latin, and creative writing, edited bioethics and veterinary healthcare journals, and worked in public television at WQED Pittsburgh (then home to Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood!). Visit her at SallyGoldenbaum.com.
Praise for Sally Goldenbaum's Seaside Knitters Society Mysteries
“Good friends, good food, and a murder combine in a delightful holiday cozy.” —Kirkus Reviews on A Dark and Snowy Night
"A quirky and colorful yarn." —Woman's World on How to Knit a Murder
"The Seaside Knitters go all out to solve another murder...This one keeps you guessing a bit longer than usual and features such caring sleuths you can't help but like them." —Kirkus Reviews on Murder Wears Mittens
"An intriguing murder...Izzy and her fellow Seaside Knitters feel an obligation to find the truth...Happily, a sock pattern is appended." —Booklist on Murder Wears Mittens
"Goldenbaum has created an idyllic world in which good friends, good works, and discussing the passage of time and changes in the community are as important as solving crimes. A knitting pattern for socks rounds out the volume." —Publishers Weekly on Murder Wears Mittens
"A charming and delightful read [with] a strong sense of place—so strong one can smell the seaweed. Delicious." —New York Times bestselling author Alexander McCall Smith
"Murder Wears Mittens is not another crime mystery like any other mystery. Sally Goldenbaum's characters feel for one another. It is a brilliantly written crime mystery, full of suspense and human warmth. Sally Goldenbaum knows how to monopolize your attention with her characters and writing style." —The Washington Book Review on Murder Wears Mittens