Knitting Up a Murder (Yarn Genie Mysteries Book #1)

Knitting Up a Murder Yarn Genie Mysteries Book Imogene Dalmat a knitting agoraphobic believes her new husband wants her billion dollar inheritance and is willing to kill her to get it On the run she sheds her rich identity and navigates life wi

  • Title: Knitting Up a Murder (Yarn Genie Mysteries Book #1)
  • Author: Celeste Bennett
  • ISBN: 9781505629460
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Paperback
  • Imogene Dalmat, a knitting agoraphobic, believes her new husband wants her billion dollar inheritance and is willing to kill her to get it On the run, she sheds her rich identity and navigates life without servants or money When she chooses undercover FBI agent Frank Bachman s car to hide in, she begins the wildest journey of her life When her husband is found murderedImogene Dalmat, a knitting agoraphobic, believes her new husband wants her billion dollar inheritance and is willing to kill her to get it On the run, she sheds her rich identity and navigates life without servants or money When she chooses undercover FBI agent Frank Bachman s car to hide in, she begins the wildest journey of her life When her husband is found murdered by her knitting needle, Imogene enlists Frank s help to find the true killer and recover her stolen money Imogene and Frank must sidestep their growing attraction in order to unwind the web of deceit that surrounds her As the truth unravels, Imogene learns the truth about her life, her marriage and why than one person wants her dead.

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      Celeste Bennett

    About Author

    1. After spending 28 years enforcing consumer protection laws, Celeste Bennett retired from her position as Consumer Protection Director for the Michigan Department of Agriculture intending to dabble in her yarn crafting and creative writing hobbies while spending time with her three children Once her children were well entrenched in college life, she pursued her writing in earnest, having several novels in progress Celeste draws from her science background, her years in enforcement, her sense of humor, and her creativity to bring a sense of realism to the stories she wants to share with readers.

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    1. My daughter bought me this autographed book from a local author I have never read anything by her before, but I liked it, although there were some missing words here and there Imogene is a very wealthy recluse, who works as her aunt s secretary for her mystery novels She meets someone from Albania, and marries him A few months later, her aunt is dead, and she hears a conversation that leads her to believe her new husband wants her dead to Running from him, she hides in someones cara car that bel [...]


    2. I just re read this book this weekend Is it conceited for an author to say they love their own book I hope not, because I ve been humbled by the writing experience and have new admiration for anyone who has the dedication and drive to write a novel This book was a joy to write, a pain to edit, and re edit, and re re edit, but I am pleased with the end result I hope my readers find it a fun read, as was intended.


    3. I d give this a 3.5 I hated Imogene at the beginning of the book So clumsy and wimpy and afraid of everything Throughout the book, she did become stronger, capable and intelligent I liked the Imogene at the end of the book I wish the author had started with her like that She was still clumsy and clueless on how lots of things worked but clever and able to solve problems The author didn t have to make Imogene so unlikable She could still be a shy homebody without being so unlikable useless I get [...]


    4. The present tense the author chose to use drove me crazy I was always told this was sloppy, awkward writing and I had a very hard time finishing it I almost quit and I am glad I did not because the mystery itself was pretty good Her weak attempt of veiling common stores, items, etc i.e RMart was unnecessary and distracting as well I would hope the author would alter her style in the future and I would read of her work, should that be the case She had a good story to tell, and maybe there will b [...]


    5. Unravel thisA wildly spun tale of who s in, who s out and what s it really all about If you think that has you guessing, you should read this book That s the only way you ll know Easy read for summer.


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