Monday, May 4, 2015

Seven Threadly Sins by Janet Bolin Review & Giveaway


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Seven Threadly Sins
by Janet Bolin

SEVEN THREADLY SINS
Seven Threadly Sins (A Threadville Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
5th in Series
Publisher: Berkley (May 5, 2015)
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0425268001
E-Book ASIN: B00O2BKLAM
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Fashion turns killer in the latest novel from the national bestselling author of the Threadville mysteries…
Threadville, Pennsylvania, is famous for its fabric, needlecraft, and embroidery, so it’s only natural that it would become the home of the Threadville Academy of Design and Modeling. While Willow Vanderling has certainly never wanted to be a model, here she is, voluntarily strutting her stuff in a charity runway show in outrageous clothing, all to support the Academy’s scholarship fund.
But the lascivious, mean-spirited director of the academy, Antonio, is making the fashion show a less-than-fabulous affair. After Antonio plays a shocking prank on Willow and her friends that doesn’t exactly leave the ladies in stitches, he mysteriously winds up dead—and someone is trying to pin the blame on Willow.
Now, she must do whatever it takes in order to clear her name, even if it means needling around in other people’s secrets…
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About This Author
Janet Bolin enjoys sewing, machine embroidery, all sorts of other needlecrafts and handcrafts, reading, writing, and walking with her two dogs, who are strangely like the dogs in the Threadville Mysteries. SEVEN THREADLY SINS, the fifth book in the Threadville Mystery Series, comes out May 5.

Author Links:
Webpage: http://ThreadvilleMysteries.com/
Twitter: @JanetBolin
Purchase Links:
Amazon   B&N    Book Depository   Kobo
List of booksellers on Janet’s website:http://threadvillemysteries.com/THREADVILLEMYSTERIES.html

My Review:
This is a great setting for a mystery. The author did a great job of weaving the hints and clues into the story just like you would weave a blanket. I was not quite sure what the en product would be, but I definitely liked the progress. I really liked the puns and lingo that the writer used as well. I was looking for clues and puns all while trying to figure out the characters secrets. The ending had me double guessing myself. I also enjoyed reading an embroidery pattern/ project. I am giving this book a 4/5. i was given a copy to review, however all opinions are my own.



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3 comments:

  1. All of the reviews I am reading about this book make me not only want to read it, but to embroider! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  2. I enjoy my visits to Threadville and love Willow's pets!

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  3. Sounds like a great read.

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