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Quilt As Desired

Quilt As Desired

by Arlene Sachitano
Quilt As Desired

Quilt As Desired

by Arlene Sachitano

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Overview

Harriet Truman's husband kept secret from her that he had a terminal genetic illness. Embittered and angry, she returns to Foggy Point, Washington, the small town where she spent some of her happier childhood years, to fill in at the long-arm quilting studio while her aunt Beth takes a well-deserved cruise of Europe.

It's her aunt's plan to get Harriet back into living, and to that end she has signed over both her business and her house--which now belong to Harriet. In her first few days in town, Harriet meets her aunt's best friend, Avanell Jalbert, and the other members of their quilting group, the Loose Threads. She also meets Avanell's younger son Aiden, a handsome veterinarian newly returned from a stint in Africa who doesn't hesitate a second making it clear he finds Harriet more than interesting.

Then Avanell is murdered, and no one seems to have any idea why. The same night, Harriet's studio is vandalized. Before too long, it becomes clear the two events are related. The question is, can Harriet figure out what that connection is before whoever killed Avanell decides to do the same to her.


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BN ID: 2940000113967
Publisher: Zumaya Publications
Publication date: 05/08/2007
Series: A Harriet Truman/Loose Threads Mystery , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 71,381
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Arlene Sachitano decided she’d like to write murder mysteries when she was about eleven years old and read her first Agatha Christie novel. She was already a knitter at that tender age, and started sewing soon after, so it only made sense she’d grow up to write cozy crafting mysteries. A thirty-year side trip into the world of high tech, along with raising multiple children, dogs, and cats, derailed the writing ambitions for a while, but eventually the writing compulsion won out.

Arlene is the author of the Harriet Truman/Loose Threads Mysteries as well as the Permelia O’Brien mysteries. She lives in both Tillamook and Portland, Oregon with her husband Jack and dog Navarre (“No, he’s not a min-pin, he’s a Manchester terrier”).

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