Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Karen Lowe

Another story about Bronwen and her thirst for answers!

Motif for Murder

Amazon.com Motif for Murder

My review -

Bronwen Jones, quilter and fibre artist, is organising an exhibition of traditional Welsh quilts. A girl from a local farm appears to be a hit and run victim and Bronwen discovers that another young girl disappeared a couple of years ago from the same farm where Bron finds half of a wedding quilt. She can't resist a mystery and that brings her into contact with some very dodgy characters and vulnerable girls. Her own love life seems to have stalled meanwhile.

The story reads very well and Brown is such an appealing character. She's feisty, nosy and seriously partial to chocolate cake. You've got to love her! The only reservations I have about her are that someone would be bold enough to march up to other people and involve herself in their lives the way she does. However, it might be a better world if we did! We’ve met Bronwen in a previous book but you can perfectly well read this as a stand-alone. This is a delightful read from a good writer and knowledgeable quilter.

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