A Murder of Taste

A Murder of Taste Join Po and her sleuthing quilter friends the Queen Bees as they uncover murders in this fourbook mystery series These books can be read in order or as standalone novels

  • Title: A Murder of Taste
  • Author: Sally Goldenbaum
  • ISBN: 9780975480458
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • Join Po and her sleuthing quilter friends, the Queen Bees, as they uncover murders in this fourbook mystery series These books can be read in order or as standalone novels.

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    About "Sally Goldenbaum"

    1. Sally Goldenbaum

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

    328 thoughts on “A Murder of Taste”




    1. I like the Seaside Knitters series and thought I would try this one. Same author, but the series is not as well written and the premise of people getting together to quilt all the time isn't as believable as knitting. Also, there are too many characters and they're somewhat two dimensional.


    2. I liked reading a novel set in Kansas, but that was probably the best aspect of this book. It fell into the trap of mysteries that the character who has really no other purpose in the story has to be the one who did it. In general, I lose respect for mysteries when I figure out the culprit well ahead of the tell. I'm not that perceptive


    3. Po and her fellow quilters come to the aid of Picasso, a chef whose family life is in disarray. He and his wife have just moved to Crestwood, so why does Laurel hate a beloved local lawyer? It has finally come to me that what keeps me from being fonder of Goldenbaum's books is the sense that all her characters are just a little bit too smug about their own perfection. Maybe it's just me.


    4. Love the people in this story. Mystery well developed - it's a delightful read and a warm reacquaintance with friends.


    5. I thoroughly enjoyed this cozy quilting mystery. I caught the telling slip of the tongue by one of the main suspects but wasn't sure until the end of the story.



    6. The Queen Bees piece together a tricky mystery while also creating a special quilt for a troubled friend. I love where the final clues were found!


    7. A mystery about a group of women quilters in a small town. It's pretty much full of every cliche you can think of about small town life and the friendships between women. Hokey beyond belief.



    8. Another winner. You can tell that these quilting books were justa precursor for the knitting series. Not quite as good as those butstill a great read. Would recommend it to anyone!



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