Flashback Friday Review!
Hooked on Murder is the first book in a cozy mystery series, and I read it in September 2010. I just now went to review the second book in the series and realized that I'd never reviewed the first book here on the blog. Y'all know how thorough I like to be, so I wanted to pause for a moment to catch you up on the first book.
I gave the book four of five stars and didn't write a review. So here's the official back-of-the-book synopsis! Molly Pink is about to discover the joys of crochet. It's a relaxing escape from her hectic life as a bookstore event manager... and from the stress of being Tarzana, California's latest murder suspect. For Molly, the weekly crochet group at Shedd & Royal Books and More was just another event to manage. Then she stumbled across the body of group leader Ellen Sheridan. Her complicated past with Ellen has made her a prime suspect, and after being cuffed and questioned, she could use a little diversion. Never mind that she doesn't know how to crochet. Granny squares don't look that hard to make. But while Molly's fending off a detective with a grudge and navigating crochet group politics, the real killer is at large. And it's up to Molly to catch the culprit before she winds up in a tight knot. Delicious recipe and crochet pattern included!
*I own my copy of Hooked on Murder.