How to Knit a Murder by Sally Goldenbaum

How to Knit a Murder

* Includes a knitting pattern *A mysterious woman arrives in picturesque Sea Harbor, Massachusetts, and the Seaside Knitters welcome her into their cozy world of intricate patterns and colorful skeins. Unfortunately, nothing frays a warm introduction like cold-blooded murder . . . With her shy manner and baggy jeans, Rose Chopra becomes an unlikely superhero the night she stumbles into Izzy Perry's shop and inadvertently saves a shipment of yarn ...

Details How to Knit a Murder

TitleHow to Knit a Murder
Release DateNov 27th, 2018
PublisherKensington Publishing Corporation
GenreMystery, Art, Crafts, Fiction, Cozy Mystery

Reviews How to Knit a Murder

  • Lisa Morin
    Izzy, Birdie, Nell, and Cass are some of my favorite characters. I love the comfy feeling I get when I open a book by Sally Goldenbaum and How to Knit a Murder is a great addition to the series.When a young woman visits Izzy's yarn shop, she saves the day, literally. AS the tight knit friends draw Rose Chopra under their wings, they discover a horrible secret that has haunted Rose all her life.When Rose becomes a top suspect in a murder investiga...
  • Book
    Once again Sally Goldenbaum updates readers on the Seaside Knitters and their lives in Sea Harbor beginning with a plumbing disaster flooding the Seaside Knitting Studio. As luck would have it, Rose Chopra just enters the shop when store owner Izzy comes rushing down to ask Mae for help getting a plumber. Experienced as a fixer-upper, Rose volunteers to help and proceeds to stop the leak.Rose grew up in Sea Harbor, but this is her first day back ...
  • Jacque
    This is a great addition to the Seaside Knitters Society. A young woman returns to town to face her painful past and finish healing. A victim of bullying in school, she has emerged strong and calm, but now has an opportunity to face the man who bullied her as a child. He is still a bully and intent on winning at any cost. The back story of the bully and his multiple victims emerges slowly throughout the story and the message is certainly timely. ...
  • Arlene Arredondo
    A bit slow paced, and a lot of characters that made it hard to focus on the story.The story is set in a small town, where everyone knows each other. A murder occurs and suspects are pilling up and motives are everywhere. It shows how we don't really know the people that surrounds us. Note: I received an ARC for review purposes and an honest and unbiased opinion.
  • Kristen Blackbeard
    Unlike a lot of books in this series, I was genuinely surprised when the killer was revealed. I wasn't falling for any of the red herrings, but I didn't have a suspect this time. My only complaint was there wasn't as much knitting as usual!
  • Carol
    I received an advance copy from NetGalley. This has been one of my favorite series since Book 1. And this one did not disappoint! I was genuinely surprised at who the killer was!
  • Leyla Johnson
    A very feel good cosy mystery, very much a page turner. My only problem was that there was just too many characters with minimum involvement in the story, and I needed to frequently flick back to the character list at the front. Having said that it was a very intriguing mystery, with a warm feeling in the characters that where the main players. A good one for light mystery readers.
  • Bobbie Kirkland
    I received a free copy of HOW TO KNIT A MURDER (Book 13 of the Seaside Knitters Society Mysteries) by Sally Goldenbaum. When the scion of a wealthy local family is found murdered, there are no end of suspects. This is mostly because the victim was a bully with a past littered with his own victims. The story shifts from the point of view of several characters: the victim, the victim’s wife, the mayor, a realtor, and several others. Because I hav...
  • Lorraine
    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters are people that you would like to hang out with, and there is a handy glossary at the front in case you forget who is who. Sea Harbour is a place that seems very inviting and would be fun to visit. Sally Goldenbaum has written a mystery that keeps you guessing until the very end. I hope there are more of these stories to enjoy.
  • Cindi
    When Rose Chopra returns to her childhood hometown, she’s there to set herself free. But when the bully from those days turns up dead, Rose has some explaining to do. While not the only one who may have wanted him dead, she was the last one to see him alive. Her new friends, many members of the Seaside Knitters Society, don’t believe Rose, or a few other suspects, are truly capable of murder and put on their detecting hats. With the victim no...
  • JoAnn
    How to Knit a Nurder is a very good mystery. Loved the plot and quirky cast of characters. I recommend to readers who enjoy mysteries. I received an arc from Netgalley and this is my unbiased review.