I received a copy of Forget Me Knot by Mary Marks from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Welcome to San Fernando Valley, California, where Martha Rose and her coterie of quilters are enjoying life on the good side of retirement--until murder pulls a stitch out of their plans. . .
Martha and her besties Lucy and Birdie are set to expand their Quilty Tuesdays by inviting newcomer Claire Terry into their group. Though at forty Claire's a tad younger than their average age, her crafty reputation could perk up their patchwork proceedings, especially as they prepare for the fancy quilt show coming to town. But when they arrive at Claire's home and find her dead inside the front door, and her exquisite, prize-winning quilts soon missing, Martha is not one to leave a mystery unraveled. Especially if she wants to stop a killer from establishing a deadly pattern. . .
This book was a little slow to get me hooked but once it did I couldn't put it down. I love how the Quilty Tuesday group relied and helped each other every time they were needed. We all would benefit from having a group like that to rely on. Martha was so smart to figure out the messages in Claire's quilts.