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Author: Betty Hechtman Narrator: Margaret Strom Publisher: Tantor Audio Length: Series:The Yarn Retreat Mysteries Release Date: June 2017 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781541473409

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With two yarn retreats in the bag, Casey Feldstein is looking forward to running her third one at Cadbury by the Sea's Vista Del Mar hotel on the Monterey Peninsula. This time, each knitter will get a Mystery Bag of knitting materials to turn into a personal project. But Casey gets tangled up in another retreat at the same hotel, when the organizer and his wife have a very public spat. As Casey is delivering her baked goods later that night, she finds the woman dead in the bushes with a magician's silk scarf nearby-just like the scarf Casey's ex-boyfriend, Sammy, used during his magic act at the retreat. As Sammy takes center stage as the prime suspect, Casey and her friends will have to stitch together the clues before the real killer pulls a disappearing act . . .

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About the Author

Betty Hechtman’s love of mysteries started with Nancy Drew and blossomed when she began to read Agatha Christie’s books. She holds a degree in fine arts and has had a variety of professions, including being a volunteer farm worker on a kibbutz, Sunday school teacher, waitress, telephone operator, and freelance writer.

About the Narrator

Margaret Strom, a New York–trained actress, graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and holds both BA and MA degrees in theater, as well as an MS degree in educational administration and supervision. She has narrated more than five hundred books for the Library of Congress, and is the voice of business, private, nonprofit, medical, and government industrials and commercials.