Sunday, October 6, 2013

Review Death Threads by: Elizabeth Lynn Casey

Title: Death Threads
Author: Elizabeth Lynn Casey
Publisher: Berkley Prime Crime
Pages: 280
Series: Southern Sewing Circle #2
Format: ebook
Source: Purchase
Purchase: Barnes & Noble | Amazon

Description:

Yankee librarian Tori Sinclair is basking in the warmth of her new circle of friends from South Carolina's Sweet Briar Ladies Society sewing circle. That is until local author Colby Calhoun reveals an unflattering secret about the town's historic past-and then disappears, leaving a bloody trail behind him. And when Tori begins to see a pattern of the townsfolk's age-old Southern pride standing in the way of justice, she knows it's time to unravel the mystery.

My Thoughts:

When author Colby Calhoun writes a stirring piece about Sweet Briar and what happneed many years ago when it was burned to the ground.  Colby and Debbie find themselves on the outs in a town Debbie was born here.  What makes it worse is when Colby disappears.  What happened to him?  Is he dead or alive?  Also who is the mystery man in Ella May's life?  Will the town of Sweet Briar finally meet Ella May's mystery man?

This is a great second book to the Southern Sewing Circle where we continue to follow Tori Sinclair.  At this point she has hooked up with Milo and they are dating.  When things go wrong this book really heats up.  The shut out that Colby and Debbie experience felt so real and I felt so bad for them.  I was so drawn into this book and couldn't put it down.  It was a great mystery I loved it!


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