The main suspect behind the disturbances is their neighbor, Justin Ridley, who bid on their property and lost. But when Ridley is found dead days later, Ben Kruger becomes the prime suspect in light of their many altercations. Drawn into the mystery by their friendship with Ellie, the Black Sheep try to help prove Ben’s innocence—but they soon learn there are many in this rural outpost with motives for starting this llama drama and may want to take over the Krugers’ farm…for surprising reasons.
I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. This is book five of The Black Sheep Knitting Mystery Series. Sometimes you just need a cozy mystery to snuggle up with on a cold or rainy day. Well, this is certainly a great one! The cast of characters are so great, I can actually picture myself sitting with their knitting circle hanging out. The description of Justin Ridley was just plain creepy and the festival reminded of the many northern craft fairs I’ve attended. This story has a few twists and turns, the book itself was light reading, but it managed to keep me captivated until the very end. If you love cozy mysteries and also enjoy crafting as I do, you will love this book.
About the Author
Anne Canadeo lives and knits in Northport, New York. She is the author of the Black Sheep Knitting Mystery series, and she has also authored the popular Thomas Kinkade series writing as Katherine Spencer.