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Author: Betty Hechtman Narrator: Margaret Strom Publisher: Tantor Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Crochet Mystery Series Release Date: June 2019 ISBN: 9781630151478
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Her crochet group, The Tarzana Hookers, is working overtime for the holidays—but Molly Pink is having trouble finding time to crochet so much as a snowflake. The bookstore where she works is adding a yarn department, and planning a huge launch party where the mysterious author of a popular series will reveal his or her true identity.

But before the author appears, another person disappears. The husband of Molly's neighbor is missing. When a suicide note arrives, it appears the husband has jumped off the Catalina Ferry—but Molly smells something fishy. Despite the protestations of her detective boyfriend, Molly's soon hooked on unraveling another mystery. She better watch out—or her sleuthing may get her on someone's naughty list . . . Download and start listening now!

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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.