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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 31, Connie rated it it was ok Shelves: mystery , fiction. This was a weird book. I was drawn in to the story immediately.
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But when I read ", The End", I was in disbelief! This is about 27 pages of intense story. I love quilting and was looking forward to an interesting book, but it was pure madness! Mar 08, Curryanne rated it liked it. It was interesting quick read. More of a novelette. Mar 18, Cindy rated it really liked it Shelves: This was an interesting read and I liked it!
The author grabbed me into the setting from the beginning and held my interest throughout the story. It is definitely not your usual quilting cozy mystery!
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But that didn't matter to me since I guess I am a bit of an eclectic reader and don't stick to a certain genre of books. So the mystery and murder parts added to my interest in the story!
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I would recommend it if you are open to a very different style of quilting story and like a bit of mild horror? Dec 27, Stephen Beam rated it it was amazing. I don't know how this short story would sit with fans of cozy quilt mysteries because it is a different kind of read altogether. To me, it has philosophical implications.
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Maybe life is more random and strange than we care to admit? The story is set among the culture of quilters and respects the artistry and craft, but it is the uncomfortable chaos that can enter our lives at any moment that underlies the story. Don't buy this short story if you are looking for a comfortable read. It will challeng I don't know how this short story would sit with fans of cozy quilt mysteries because it is a different kind of read altogether.
It will challenge you.
Spend your 99 cents on a pack of gum instead. Jan 20, KB rated it did not like it Shelves: fiction , fiction-contemporary , quilt-ish. Cute premise. However, weird, disjointed, and in serious need of an editor. Too many superfluous details, too much nattering. Barbara A Smith rated it it was amazing May 03, Jennifer Shields rated it liked it Nov 20, Leeanna rated it did not like it Feb 13, Michelle Martin rated it liked it Feb 03, Kathy rated it liked it May 14, Elaine Jordan rated it really liked it Jul 12, Bonnie rated it did not like it May 13, Bonnie Tackitt rated it it was ok Oct 31, Marie marked it as to-read Jan 25, Cmgren marked it as to-read Feb 06, Linda marked it as to-read Feb 23, Julie Goucher marked it as to-read Feb 24, Barbsue marked it as to-read Mar 26, Betty marked it as to-read Apr 04, Paula Schwartz marked it as to-read Apr 06, Autumn Is Azathoth marked it as to-read Apr 06, Charith Wickramasinghe marked it as to-read Apr 18, Natalie marked it as to-read Aug 04, Apart from the murderer s , Mrs Biggs is said to be the last person to have seen him alive.
At approximately 8pm a Mr Smith of Haughton Castle rode past the cottage on his way home from Warden and all at the cottage was silent and dark. It is suspected that the deed took place between pm. It was reported that there appeared to be marks of blood in the snow outside the cottage and marks to indicate that a struggle had taken place. His neighbours found the cottage door locked and after knocking several times with no reply proceeded to break into the property.
They were faced with a chilling sight as parts of the walls of the cottage were stained with blood and a quilt spread on a frame bore a distinct mark of a bloody handprint. A search of the house was conducted and nothing was found. Both cheeks were cut widely open with deep wounds.
A garden hoe was found laid across his chest. A coal rake was also found with its shank bent.
Joe was found with knife wounds on his hands so had obviously fought with the attacker s. The small cottage had been ransacked and bore evidence of a struggle.
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All of his boxes and drawers had been disturbed and it was believed that two silver tablespoons, four teaspoons and two old fashioned salt cellars of silver net-work had been stolen. The bed tester had been violently torn down and the face of the clock broken. Prints of 3 bloody fingers were distinctly visible on the chimney jamb. The plates on the dresser were also streaked with blood. Outside in the lane some clogs were found and a small piece of coat was discovered on a hedge.
It was supposed that Joe had fought hard with the murderer s and had managed to escape about yards from the cottage before he was caught. Judging by the marks in the snow it appeared that a struggle had taken place and then Joe had been overcome and dragged back and murdered. After this had taken place the cottage door had been locked on the outside and the key taken away.
A one hundred guineas reward was offered to catch the perpetrator s of the atrocious murder.