Murder in Merino

Murder in Merino Readers can t help but get entangled in this USA Today bestselling series It s autumn in Sea Harbor and as the tourists leave a mysterious guest arrives When she s implicated in a crime the Seaside

  • Title: Murder in Merino
  • Author: Sally Goldenbaum
  • ISBN: 9780451415363
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Readers can t help but get entangled in this USA Today bestselling series.It s autumn in Sea Harbor, and as the tourists leave, a mysterious guest arrives When she s implicated in a crime, the Seaside Knitters must quickly table their knitting project and search out a motif for murder Fall is usually a relaxing time in Sea Harbor, but it s turning out to be a busy seasonReaders can t help but get entangled in this USA Today bestselling series.It s autumn in Sea Harbor, and as the tourists leave, a mysterious guest arrives When she s implicated in a crime, the Seaside Knitters must quickly table their knitting project and search out a motif for murder Fall is usually a relaxing time in Sea Harbor, but it s turning out to be a busy season for Izzy Chambers Perry Not only is she helping the Seaside Knitters make a magnificent throw to celebrate the fortieth wedding anniversary of her aunt and uncle, but she and her husband are finally selling the cottage she lived in before she got married and had a darling baby girl To Izzy s surprise, newcomer Julia Ainsley seems determined to buy the home although she s never set foot inside But on the day of the open house, things take a dark turn A body is uncovered in the cottage s backyard When the police find Julia s name and phone number in the victim s pocket, this slender thread of evidence makes her a person of interest Soon the spotlight of suspicion widens to include old friends and town leaders as a tragic happening, long buried in the sleepy seaside town, is slowly brought to the surface Before the joyful anniversary celebration can be realized, the Seaside Knitters must work to unravel the real reason Julia Ainsley has come to their town and the tangled and troubled ties from the past that bind friends and townsfolk together KNITTING PATTERN INCLUDED

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      Sally Goldenbaum is a philosophy teacher, knitter, editor, and the author of than two dozen novels.Series A Seaside Knitters Mystery

    175 thoughts on “Murder in Merino”

    1. It’s autumn in Sea Harbor, and as the tourists leave, a mysterious guest arrives. When she’s implicated in a crime, the Seaside Knitters must quickly table their knitting project and search out a motif for murder.Julia Ainsley has come to Sea Harbor and she is not your typical tourist. She quickly knits herself into the fiber of this seaside town, even wanting to purchase a house, Izzy’s house, even though she has never set foot inside.The realtor has already set up an Open House and Julie [...]


    2. “Knitted Brows & Purls of Wisdom With a Measure of Murder” As we travel back to Sandswept Lane, we find there’s a lot going on in the cozy community of Sea Harbor, Mass. Nell and Ben Endicott’s 40th wedding anniversary is fast approaching, and, what they had hoped would be a quiet celebration with family and friends could get out of hand rather quickly with Mary Pisano at the helm. The upcoming election for mayor is heating up, with incumbent, well-respected Stan Hanson going up agai [...]


    3. This was my first visit to Sea Harbor, but it won't be my last. I fell in love with this charming seaside town. I also really liked the characters and their close relationships in this series. These are a group of people that really care about each other and want what's best for everyone. This town would be a wonderful town to visit. I really loved the mystery in this book also, there is not just one mystery, but a couple of different mysteries that the group of friends has to uncover. Sally is [...]


    4. This was my first Seaside Knitters mystery. I had difficulty getting into the story. The beginning was very much about the characters, and there are an abundance of characters. Pages and pages of going around town and seeing people. In fact, there are so many characters in this novel that there is a multi-page character index at the beginning of the book. I referenced it quite a bit throughout the story. (And I discovered there were even a few characters missing from said index.)Once the murder [...]


    5. I really enjoy this series and how you get to know the characters a bit more in depth with each new book. In this installment there is a new gal in town and she is raising eyebrows and making friends everywhere. Is she a visitor or is she a new resident, that remains to be seen however as the new gal she is the one everyone is looking at when a longtime and beloved resident turns up dead! A great plot with interesting subplotting to keep the story entertaining and entangled!


    6. Julia Ainsley has recently come to Sea Harbor and is seen all over the town. She is seen in deep conversations with Danny which causes problems with Cass. However the knitters seem to like her even Cass so when she discovers a dead body the group know they have to help her. In helping with solving a murder they also are solving the mystery that brought Julia to town. The book was a quick easy read.


    7. Sally Goldenbaum continues her highly popular Seaside Knitters series with Murder in Merino. Fans of the series have come to know and love the eclectic bunch of ladies who always seem to find themselves in the middle of another mystery. From Izzy, whose married and has a new baby to Nell who is getting ready to celebrate her 40th anniversary. There is something for everyone in this series including a fantastic seaside town that provides the perfect backdrop for some serious amateur sleuthing.Wha [...]


    8. openbooksociety/article/muBrought to you by OBS reviewer LaurieThere are quite a few things to like about the latest installment in the Seaside Knitters series. Set in a small town on the North Shore of Massachusetts, this book sees our knitters moving into the autumn, away from the busy tourist season. I absolutely love the atmosphere of these books. I grew up in Massachusetts, on Cape Ann, in fact, and I love Goldenbaum’s depictions of the environment. Massachusetts in early autumn is lovely [...]


    9. Sea Harbor, Massachusetts is a place where on can relax and enjoy the beautiful days of fall. Usually the tourists are leaving at this time, but for one, Julia (Jules) Ainsley has decided to stay on. But why? A lot of people see her about town, jogging, visiting with the residents of the town and just generally enjoying the area. But she does have an agenda which no one knows about. A group of Seaside knitters are putting together a 40th anniversary party for Nell and Ben. They had planned on a [...]


    10. This is the first Seaside Knitters Mystery that I've read and I absolutely loved it. It is book 8 in the series, which means I have quite a bit of catching up to do.I loved all the locals in Sea Harbor instantly. Sally has created a wonderful town that you really wish you could visit, by the time you finish reading the book.The murder involves a local man who is a bartender/owner of a local restaurant and the chief suspect is Julia Ainsley, a tourist/wannabee local, who you love to hate. Julia i [...]


    11. I love this series. The mystery is an aside. I love immersing myself in the well-defined characters lives. Having Friday dinner on the deck at Nell and Ben's. Worrying about Cass's relationship with Danny. Watching Baby Anna grow. Yes, I'm hooked on this one. And the mystery was very interesting in this one too!



    12. This was a little weird because it was so similar to the one where Willow is introduced. A daughter looking for her long lost father becomes the suspect in a murder. Of course, it wasn't the same, but like I said, similar. I'm also bummed about the direction Cass and Danny are going! And I'm sorry, but I do not like Beatrice!! I do enjoy that the murder is second to the relationships in the book. I've come to like the characters very much (except Beatrice!)!


    13. This was my first Seaside Knitters mystery and I would probably read others. Not sure if you need to read in order. This story had a lot of characters and it felt like the author was trying to introduce them all in the first few chapters. The story did not flow as well as I would have liked - I was able to figure out some of the mystery, but other clues were alluded to but never made clear. Overall, a fun read.


    14. I really enjoy this series. I always feel like I'm coming home to freinds when I read one of the Seaside Knitters Mysterys. Sally Goldembaum keep them coming


    15. This book was given to me by the author,Sally. It took me a bit to get into it but after it got going I really liked it. It is set right in Cape Ann. Cannot wait to read another book by Sally




    16. I have just finished this book number 8 and can't wait to read number 9. I have read all 8 back-to-back, and they just keep getting better.


    17. Title: Murder in MerinoAuthor: Sally GoldenbaumSeries: Seaside KnittersSynopsis (from bn): It’s autumn in Sea Harbor, and as the tourists leave, a mysterious guest arrives. When she’s implicated in a crime, the Seaside Knitters must quickly table their knitting project and search out a motif for murder.Fall is usually a relaxing time in Sea Harbor, but it’s turning out to be a busy season for Izzy Chambers Perry. Not only is she helping the Seaside Knitters make a magnificent throw to cele [...]


    18. The Seaside Knitters series takes place in Sea Harbor, on the coast of the Atlantic. A series of locals find themselves trying to rights wrongs and help the police solve local crimes. One of the main characters, Izzy, owns a knitting shop where she meets with family and friends (her Aunt Nell, the eccentric elderly Birdie, the lobsterwoman Cass) on Thursday nights to knit, share food, and brainstorm. The books are light whodunits, but the characters are warm, friendly, and familiar and the setti [...]


    19. It is fall in Sea Harbor, the quiet time between summer vacationers and the autumn leaf peepers. But when all others have left, there is a mysterious woman who is still in town and has a determination to buy a very specific houseIzzy's old cottage, although she’s never set foot inside. Then the woman is found standing over the body of the popular bartender in the cottage's back yard. Additionally, Cass is going through a lot personally that has her friends concerned for her. Nell and Ben's for [...]


    20. This book was sent to me as part of a book tour, all opinions are my own. With that said this book starts out with Nell and her husband working on planning a low key anniversary but people in Sea Harbor seem to have big plans for the happy couple. As much as Nell would like to protest she knows that isn't possible. How out of control will this anniversary be?Jules Ainsley is new in town and everyone seems determined to find out what she is all about? She spends her days running through Sea Harbo [...]


    21. I received this book free thanks to Good Reads' first to read. This is the 8th book in the series, but it is the first book I have read. There are a lot of characters, but the book has a "cast list" in the front to help figure out who's who if you get lost. Other than characters, there seems to be little reference to previous books/mysteries where reading them would impact this story.I enjoyed the mystery aspect of this book; I really enjoy light-hearted murder mysteries (this book is not a thri [...]


    22. This is my eighth Seaside Knitters Mystery. I had not been able to figure out "who dunn it" in the first seven and I was happy that I had finally been able to figure out who the killer was - or so I thought - but I was wrong again! This series is well written and you are brought to the last few pages in order to discover the murderer and the reason. They are not gory and can be enjoyed by the faint hearted.In this story, Jules AInsley arrives in town. She is open, has a lovely smile, and so frie [...]


    23. It’s fall in Sea Harbor, Massachusetts, and the Seaside Knitters: Nell, Izzy, Cass, and Birdie, are busier than ever, making special gifts and preparing for the holidays which will arrive in a couple of months.Izzy Chambers Perry and her husband Ben are ready to sell the cottage that she owned before they married. Jules Ainsley, a visitor to the area, makes an offer on the house, sight unseen. Why would she want to buy the house if she is just a vacationer? On the day of the open house, a body [...]


    24. FTC Disclosure: I received an Advance Readers Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.The Seaside Knitters Mysteries have been on my to be read list for quite a while. I was pleased and honored to be apart of this book tour.Even though Murder in Merino is the eighth book in the series (and the first one I have read) it is easily a stand alone read. I truly enjoyed this book. I read a lot of mysteries. This one had a different feel - a good feel. The mystery was a key component of the [...]


    25. You know you're in trouble when there's a three and a half page list of characters at the start of the book. There are A LOT of characters, but the primary ones are Nell and Ben who are at the heart of the novel. Nell, in particular, is the guide through the web of connections that abound whenever there's a murder in a small community.In this one, it's Nell and Ben's 40th anniversary and there are plans to make it quite the shindig despite their protests of wanting to keep things simple. There's [...]


    26. I picked this book up during a vacation while looking for something entertaining to read. Bad choice. First off, the "mystery" is uninteresting and embarrassingly easy to figure out ahead of time. Second, it has the most hateful character of any book: the baby who never cries, never spits up, never fails to go to sleep, and never gets sick. But worst of all are the ridiculous details the author provides about life in this mythical Cape Ann--because the details initially make you think that the a [...]


    27. I’ve had this series in my TBR (to be read stack) for ages, but it took the publisher sending a copy of MURDER IN MERINO to review for me to finally read one. I’m very happy this happened. Ideally I would start at the beginning of a series, however I started here with book 8. Author Sally Goldenbaum helped a lot with me learning the characters quickly by putting a Cast of Characters list in the front of the book. Such an awesome idea! In MURDER IN MERNO, author Goldenbaum doesn’t have the [...]


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