The Double Cross

The Double Cross

A Someday Quilts Mystery

Large Print - 2010
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Center Point Pub

Nell and her grandmother volunteer to help fellow quilter Suzanne lead a quilting retreat at a new bed and breakfast, and at the last minute another member of the group, Bernie, decides to join them. When they arrive, Bernie's old high school sweetheart, George, greets them at the door of the inn.

Bernie is visibly shaken by the reunion, particularly since George's new wife is her former best friend, Rita. To make matters worse, Nell learns that her own romantic interest, Police Chief Jesse Dewalt, was spotted back in Archer's Rest on a date with a pretty redhead. Nell spots George and Rita fighting, and she suspects that George has slipped a sedative into her lemonade to keep her quiet. But before anyone can confront him, George's body is found in the woods -- and Bernie was the last person seen with him.



Baker & Taylor
When their rustic quilting retreat is disrupted by the discovery of a body in the woods, Nell Fitzgerald and the Someday Quilts ladies must rely on their craftiest thinking when one of their own becomes the chief suspect. (mystery & detective). By the author of The Lover's Knot.

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2010
Edition: Center Point large print ed
Description: 368 p. (large print) ; 22 cm
ISBN: 9781602858947
1602858942
Branch Call Number: LP ODon

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HopeButterfly
Sep 16, 2012

Love the story. A great author.

wonderwords3 Jan 25, 2011

A nice cosy mystery. An easy read. Characters are likable.

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