By Elizabeth Lynn Casey
The Southern stitching Circle secret sequence maintains.
Yankee librarian Tori Sinclair is basking within the heat of her new circle of neighbors from South Carolina's candy Briar girls Society stitching circle. that's until eventually neighborhood writer Colby Calhoun finds an unflattering mystery concerning the town's ancient past-and then disappears, leaving a bloody path in the back of him. And whilst Tori starts to work out a trend of the townsfolk's age-old Southern satisfaction status within the means of justice, she is familiar with it's time to solve the secret.
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