Friday, June 6, 2014
Review: Hilda Hopkins, Murder She Knit
Title: Hilda Hopkins, Murder She knit.
Hilda Hopkins is a retired government employee. She soon finds that her money doesn't stretch far enough so she decides to take in borders. Ones without family but are comfortable.
Soon Hilda finds living with tenant a little tedious. So she cooks up, digs up and buries a plan to keep the money coming in and have her peace of mind.
However people do get nosy and soon she finds herself dying her hair, going on the run. However old habits and hobbies don't always die.
Hilda Hopkins is one woman whose character traits you do not want to miss. This book is part of a series. There are some moments of surprise, humor and more than one fork in the road.
I give it ten stars and can't wait to read all of the books in the series. The author is Vivienne Fagan and she is not only a talented and entertaining author but has created a memorable character.
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