A Stitch in Time Mass Market Paperback – Jul 1 2000
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About the Author
Monica Ferris is the USA Today bestselling author of several mystery series under various pseudonyms.
Top Customer Reviews
Betsy had returned to the cold midwest from San Diego for a much-needed respite from her immediate past while renewing the relationship with her sister, Margo. Unfortunately, Margo was the victim in book one, but she left her business "Crewel World" to Betsy, who, in spite of knowing little about the world of needlework, endeavored to settle into it.
Learning how to run a business, as well as learning about needlework exposes her to all sort of people and situations, while allowing her to use her not inconsiderable curiosity to help the small-town police department solve persistent puzzles.
In this episode, it's very near to Christmas, and while Trinity Episcopal Church prepares for the holiday season, it is also preparing for a major renovation. To the surprise of all, a mildewed, hand-worked tapestry is discovered hidden away in a closet. When it's discovered to be the work of the previous rector's wife, all concerned decide to restore the piece as a decoration for the new addition.
Immediately, strange things begin to happen to Betsy, who has agreed to furnish any yarn necessary for the renovation of the tapestry. One of the strangest, while totally unconnected, is a visit from her former husband, Hal the Pig, who seems to sincerely want to mend his fences and re-establish the relationship with Betsy. Not surprisingly, she is of the totally opposite opinion.Read more ›
Ferris is improving with each episode. In this book, Betsy keeps having scary "accidents" and can't figure out why someone would be out to get her. We, the readers, know of course. It's fun to follow the twists and turns as Betsy figures out what's up. Catching the culprit is almost an anti-climax.
A fun read with lots of snow and Christmas for atmosphere. Now, if they'd only produce the series on audio-tape so I could knit and "read" at the same time!
This is a mystery novel that really involved reader response! I groaned out loud each time Besty took a wrong turn when investigating who was out to get her. And even though it was fairly obvious who the culprit was, I'd still recommend this book (and series) as an enjoyable "cozy" worth curling up .
Most recent customer reviews
This book is appealing to stitchers, but not so much for real mystery fans. It's a passable book, not totally predictable, but in some areas seems a bit forced. Read morePublished on April 2 2003 by Dallas
The third book in the needlework series. When a damaged tapestry is discovered in a church closet no one expects it to cause an uproar, let alone murder. Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2002
Betsy Devonshire even when she doesnt want to her cusiosity takes her to help discover the secret behind the tapestry. Read morePublished on Aug. 3 2001 by M. Porrata
I found all three of her books enjoyable. They were interesting, fast to read and also great characters. Read morePublished on Jan. 16 2001
This is so far the best book in the whole series! I really enjoyed the mystery, the nice balance of needlework and relationships. Read morePublished on Aug. 17 2000
There's never a dull moment in Betsy Devonshire's life, and her experience in this volume, A Stitch in Time, is no exception. Read morePublished on July 23 2000 by J. M. Verba