Review; Lace and Lies by Nancy Warren

Recently, I read the paranormal cosy mystery Lace and Lies Nancy Warren and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Cardinal Woolsey’s Yarn Shop has been chosen to appear on TV
Great publicity!
Until a murder stops the cameras…

Celebrity knitting designer Teddy Lamont is coming to Cardinal Woolsey’s knitting and yarn shop in Oxford to run a special class that will be televised.

Lucy Swift can’t wait to host the popular, flamboyant designer and boost her business.

But from the first day things go wrong. One student is nothing but trouble on and off camera. When she winds up dead, the publicity Lucy was hoping for turns out to be the wrong kind.

Lucy and her band of undead amateur sleuths have to figure out who the killer is before her business winds up dead.

Book seven in the best-selling Vampire Knitting Club series can be read on its own, but it’s also fun to read the entire series. You’ll find quirky characters, genuine mysteries, a novice witch and vampires who love to knit, but no violence, gore or swearing. Just good, clean, (murderous) fun.

My Thoughts on the Book
Lace and Lies is a fun, lightweight and entertaining cosy mystery with a healthy dose of humour. I love Lucy and the group of vampires and the dynamics between them. The mystery and plot was well crafted as well.


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