Dove in the WindowBook - 1998
Breezy, humorous dialogue of the first order... Quilt patterns provide a real and metaphorical background as a reader absorbs the names for different styles. -- Chicago Sun-TimesEarlene Fowler introduced Benni Harper, the ex-cowgirl of San Celina, whose talent for piecing together quilts is rivaled only by her talent for piecing together clues. Now Benni is sorting out a complicated patchwork of motives that marks someone very close to her as the possible murder suspect of a talented photographer. Once again, Earlene Fowler succeeds in presenting a mystery filled with puzzling twists, delightful atmosphere, and the wit that has made her a favorite among fans.Fowler has a keen eye...her characters come alive on the page. -- New TimesBrilliantly crafted romantic suspense...waiting to be devoured by the reader. -- The Mystery ZoneBenni Harper is bright, fresh -- and endearing. -- award-winner Carolyn G. HartLots of good quilt and folklore here...Love the characters. -- The Poisoned PenEngaging. -- Booklist
Publisher: New York :, Berkley Prime Crime,, 1998.
Edition: First edition.
Branch Call Number: M Fow
Characteristics: 290 pages ; 22 cm