Coming Unraveled A Quilters Club Mystery No. 3: A Quilters Club Mystery No. 3 Quilters Club Mysteries

You’ll be guessing who’s who till the very last page. And it all centers around a patchwork quilt. Lost boys, a hidden treasure, and a traveling circus provide another puzzler for the Quilters Club -- Maddy, Cookie, Liz, and Bootsie -- to solve in this third outing.

Hemmed In Quilters Club Mysteries Book 4

Osterman, author of Short Changed. And it contains a mysterious message that just might lead to a viking treasure hidden right there in the watermelon capital of the Midwest! “Marjory Sorrell Rockwell’s mysteries are easy snacks, but very tasty indeed, ” says former Florida Times-Union feature writer Pamela Paige.

This time around there’s a missing patchwork quilt, said to have been stitched by a real-life witch. The best yet, ” notes H. L. Those intrepid gals of the caruthers corners quilters club -- Maddy, Cookie, Bootsie, and Lizzie -- are back again, solving a century-old mystery with a little help from junior detectives Aggie and N’yen.


The Patchwork Puzzler A Quilters Club Mystery No. 2 Quilters Club Mysteries

Can the quilter’s club retrieve this missing heirloom? Maddy, Cookie, and Bootsie are on the case -- which takes them along the Underground Railroad and down the Wabash in search of clues. A rare amish patchwork quilt is stolen.

The Underhanded Stitch A Quilters Club Mystery No. 1 Quilters Club Mysteries

Members of a small-town needlecrafts society solve a centuries-old mystery in this first book in the new Quilters Club Mystery Series. You’ll come to love the small midwestern town of Caruthers Corners with its famous Watermelon Festival, placid town square, friendly folks, and sneaky politicians.

Sewed Up Tight A Quilters Club Mystery No. 5 Quilters Club Mysteries

Those quilters club ladies -- maddy, cookie, and lizzie -- don’t believe in ghosts, bootsie, but they have a case to solve when the ghost of Beasley Mansion scares the high school principal to death … a mysterious Phantom plants a firebomb at the Halloween Festival … and a historic pictorial quilt depicting the founding of Caruthers Corners gives an alternative history that threatens to Maddy’s relationship with her husband.

. But can count on her precocious 12-year-old granddaughter Aggie to set things right.

Fat Quarters Quilters Club Mysteries Book 11

This marks another visit to the small town of Caruthers Corners, Indiana -- home of the Quilters Club. Flying saucers? skydivers without parachutes? mob hits? a wagonload of gold hidden in 1830? Here, Maddy Madison and her Quilters Club pals solve a murder and locate a buried treasure with the help of her precious granddaughter Aggie and brainiac grandson N’yen … and an antique Map quilt that people are willing to kill to get.

. This marks the return of a weird purple-eyed UFO investigator, the appearance of a sinister new antiques dealer, and a rough landing by a pilot known as Upside Down Lou.

Cross Stitch A Quilters Club Mystery Book 10

Maddy had lived in Indiana all her life. Could a few curious stitches on a century-old quilt help them unravel this murder mystery?3, 212 wasn’t the kind of place where psychopaths ran loose, except maybe in that outlying community that locals called Cuckoo Crossing. And she couldn’t name one person hereabout that she thought capable of murder.

But someone was trying to kill Maddy’s husband – that much was clear. Caruthers Corners pop. What does a meteorite, a murderer, and a wagonload of gold have in common? That was the puzzle Maddy Madison and her Quilters Club pals were trying to figure out.

Stitch in the Ditch Quilters Club Mysteries Book 12

At the same time trying to figure out who kidnapped Maddy’s adopted grandson N’yen. Leave it to the quilters club – maddy, lizzie, Bootsie, and Cookie, along with Maddy’s precocious granddaughter Aggie – to solve the murder mystery. Just one problem: The dead body of the local sheriff was sprawled atop it.

Archeologists were thrilled when the Badger Patrol stumbles across a previously undiscovered Indian Mound near Caruthers Corners. And the key to the puzzle is a charm quilt with no two pieces alike … or aren’t there? “Another satisfying cozy mystery from your favorite quiltmaking writer, Marjorie Sorrell Rockwell.

I couldn’t put it down, ” says Hollis George, noted editor and anthologist.

All Tangled Up Quilter's Club Mysteries Book 6

The little indiana town’s founding fathers would likely be rolling over in their graves! And there’s a dead body or two. Can the quilters club, with the help of maddy’s grandchildren Aggie and N’yen, solve the mystery? You bet … with a number of surprising twists and turns. Those feisty ladies of caruthers corners -- maddy, a madman who wants to poison the town, this one about the Hoople Quadruplets, and Lizzie -- are back again in another cozy mystery, and a previously unknown mate to the Reconciliation Quilt, Cookie, Bootsie, the most valuable quilt in the world.


A Christmas Quilt: The Prequel Quilter's Club Mysteries Book 7

Maybe “return” is not the right word, in that this book is a prequel, taking place before the others in this bestselling series. Along with those four intrepid detectives -- maddy, bootsie, Cookie, and Lizzie -- you’ll meet Leslie Ann Holmes, the precocious British “exchange student” who joins the sleuthing.

Oh yes, there is a christmas quilt, a family heirloom stolen by beau Madison’s long-lost brother Mycroft -- a mysterious patchwork masterpiece that traces back to the 1800s and legendary political cartoonist Thomas Nast! Merry Christmas from Marjory Sorrell Rockwell! Amateur sleuth maddy madison and her quilters club cronies return with another cozy mystery set in Caruthers Corners, Indiana -- this time the murder of a Straw Hatter in the middle of the town’s annual Christmas Parade.


Quilts Make a Family A Harriet Truman/Loose Threads Mystery Book 11

Foster parent paul holloway is murdered, and the “relatives” the TV crew introduces are more than odd. Granted, the foster parents aren’t the most pleasant people, but Luke and Sincere and the others have already had tough lives and say they can handle it. Things get complicated, though, when a reality-TV show gets permission to film the kids and track down their relatives.

Then, too, when the producer’s assistant is killed, it’s clear there’s some deadly going on—and the kids are the targets. It seemed like a simple project—make quilts for foster kids getting close to aging out of the system and teach them some useful skills as well.