Dyeing Up Loose Ends (A Knitting Mystery #16) (Mass Market)

Kelly Flynn has been enjoying motherhood and avoiding murder, but when a friend's life is cut short, she enlists the Lambspun knitters to catch a heartless killer in the last Knitting Mystery novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Only Skein Deep.

Kelly is happily busy with her son, Jack, now a rambunctious four-year-old preschooler. Jack keeps his mom on her toes and drinking all the coffee she can handle at Pete's Porch Café. Kelly's friendly waitress Julie is hoping to become an accountant. She makes sure she keeps Kelly caffeinated and up-to-date on her career progress.

Kelly splits her free time between Pete's and Lambspun, where her fellow knitters love hearing all about Jack's latest exploits. They've also been taking a trip down memory lane, reminiscing about crimes that Kelly had a hand in solving over the years. But the Lambspun crew is horrified when a very present-day murder occurs in their midst--and Julie is the victim. 

With her sleuthing instincts on full alert, Kelly starts asking questions. The well-liked waitress may have had enemies no one knew about, or she could have just been in the wrong place at the wrong time. Kelly and her friends at Lambspun soon learn that the answers are knottier and more shocking than they ever dreamed...
Maggie Sefton is the author of the New York Times bestselling Knitting Mysteries, including Only Skein Deep, Knit to Be Tied, Purl Up and Die, and Yarn Over Murder. She has worked in several careers over the years, from a CPA to a real estate broker in the Rocky Mountain West.

Product Details ISBN: 9780425282557
ISBN-10: 0425282554
Publisher: Berkley
Publication Date: June 4th, 2019
Pages: 288
Language: English
Series: A Knitting Mystery
Praise for the New York Times Bestselling Series

“A darn good series with vivid, breathing characters.”—Mystery Scene

“Well-drawn characters and a wickedly clever plot--you'll love unraveling this mystery.”—Laura Childs, New York Times bestselling author

“Sefton weaves yarn, fiber arts, and cooking into the mystery in ways that enhance it.”—Booklist

“The Lambspun gang shows the power of friendship and fiber arts to triumph over greed and self-interest.”—Kirkus Reviews

“An enjoyable mystery with an energetic cast and plenty of knitting and spinning.”—The Mystery Reader