Review: Knit of the Living Dead by Peggy Ehrhart

Knit of the Living Dead

Peggy Ehrhart

A Knit and Nibble Mystery, Book 6

Paperback, 304 pages
Expected publication: August 25th 2020 by Kensington Publishing Corporation

When a spooky celebration in Arborville, New Jersey conjures real scares, can Pamela and the Knit and Nibble Club sink their teeth into a bone-chilling mystery that just won’t rest in peace?

Among the countless revelers at the town’s much-anticipated Halloween parade, a woman dressed as Little Bo Peep is the only one making people scream bloody murder. In a scene straight out of a horror movie, the Knit and Nibblers find the nursery rhyme character dead with thick strands of yarn looped around her neck. Pamela and her best friend, Bettina, are set on pinning down who wanted the woman gone forever, but it’ll take every trick they can muster to catch the culprit without becoming the next poor souls to join Little Bo Peep’s dark, endless sleep . . .

Knitting tips and delicious recipes included!

 

 

 

 

3.5 Stars

 

A fun Halloween themed cozy with the Knit and Nibble gang in Knit of the Living Dead.

Arborville, New Jersey is all in the spirit of Halloween with the anticipation of its local parade. When scarry fun turns into screams of murder the festivities come to an end and the sleuthing begins. Pamela along with bestie Bettina are on the case using the powers of the press and the love of yarn to finding out who murdered Lil Bo Peep.

Knit of the Living Dead has me as a newcomer to this well established series. I will admit it was easy to jump six books in. I didn’t feel like I was lost or missing out on something. Readers can totally feel the bonds of friendship that Pamela and Bettina share. They are a riot together. I loved the knitting group and that there was a male among them. I love the love of fiber throughout the story. As a yarn crafter is a touch that hits home. The town of Arborville was truly cozy. A serene setting with the colorful array of town folks that you expect within a cozy mystery. The mystery has more layers than I anticipated and was unable to figure out who had done it.

Author Peggy Ehrhart gives a fun read with many twists and gets readers ready for Halloween.

 

 

 

Posted on July 14, 2020, in ARC, Review and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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