Thursday, May 7, 2015

Review: A Seamless Murder by Melissa Bourbon


Melissa Bourbon

Paperback series mystery.

Harley Jane Cassidy has moved back to Bliss, Texas. She is a seamstress and has her own business. She also has magic in her stitching. Any garment she stitches will grant deep desires. She has to know her clients really well.

Harley has been asked to stitch aprons for the local women's group. When her next door neighbor Delta Lee Mobley is murdered then it puts a different spin on the word busybody.

I loved this book, aprons, magic, dead relatives still hanging around, a hunky boyfriend, great characters and sewing tips.
I love aprons and you have to love the characters andaprons of each suspect.

I give it 9 out of 10 stars.


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