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Last Wool and Testament (A Haunted Yarn Shop Mystery, #1)
Kath had no idea when she came home for her Granny's funeral that she'd have to fight to prove ownership of her Granny's house, let alone inherit a lonely ghost who was convinced that she'd killed the cottage's previous owner. I'm hoping that the camaraderie of the members of TGIF (Thank Goodness It's Fiber) club at the fiber shop gets more like what I'm used to in some of the knitting and crochet books. The ladies are all nice to Kath, and they did get together to solve the case. I'm sure it's just going to take getting used to a different group of them. I did like Ardis who took Kath under her wing. She was Granny's manager who had worked closely with her. Geneva, the ghost cracked me up! She really came in useful more than once, but it was hard for Kath not to talk to her when others were around--only Kath could see and talk to her. I did like how they sleuthed out the clues at the end with Geneva's help. The showdown was fairly quick but good. I had honestly guessed the killer fairly early on, but maybe I'm just getting better at this, lol.
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