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In 1970 a teenaged girl whose family owned a large Victorian summer home in Haven Harbor, Maine, died suddenly. Was it an accident, as the police report said? Or does her deserted home, or the needlework inside, hide clues to what really happened at that Labor Day party? And why is a famous Hollywood actress now so determined to renovate the home ... and become a part of the Haven Harbor community?
Read the three-page prequel online now.
“A cozy debut that hits all the sweet spots: small town, family ties, and a crew of intriguing personalities.” – Library Journal
“Exciting writing .. Lea Wait’s taken the “amateur sleuth aspect to the edge. And the pack and vividness show that this Maine author has come into her own, with a series that promises excitement, adventure – and some insight into the heart of a very smart and savvy young woman. Fresh and intriguing!”
– Kingdom Books
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Coming January 2016:
Angie and the Mainely Needlepointers are celebrating the Fourth of July when young Mary Clough stops in with a question about a piece of antique needlepoint she’s discovered in her family’s eighteenth century home and wants to identify. The needlepointers suspect it was stitched by Mary, Queen of Scots ... and very valuable. Angie turns it over to her lawyer for safekeeping. But when the lawyer is found dead, the safe open, and the needlepoint missing ... identification of the stitching is just one of the mysteries to be solved.
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