Monday, March 27, 2017

Tightening the Threads by Lea Wait

Sarah is an antique dealer here in town and Angie is friends with her.  When Sarah admits she's found relatives in town and is to meet the rest of her cousins, she asks Angie to come to the event with her and help.  She wants her mostly for moral support.  She's going to need it...

Kensington Books and Net Galley allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published March 28th.

Ted runs an art gallery and has some very expensive paintings from his father's work.  What he didn't know was that he had an Aussie relative from war days.  He embraces Sarah, though, and is changing his will.  That's why he invited his family home his for 75th birthday.  However, things don't work out as planned.  Ted dies at the lobster bake.  Then his son-in-law dies during a swim the next day.  Who's the murderer?

Angie works on trying to find the truth.  It's hard for her and Sarah to believe a family member killed them but that's all they had with them that day except for Angie and Patrick.  They weren't killers.

The further they dig, the worse it gets.  No one in this family is a sparkling rose; there are too many thorns.

I was surprised by the ending because there were two different motives.  This is the second book in this series and I'm enjoying it. 

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