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Patchwork Mysteries Series

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Join a quilt-restoration expert in piecing together clues to mysteries.

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About Patchwork Mysteries


Set in a historic village nestled in beautiful New England, Patchwork Mysteries are entertaining and intriguing mysteries, always centered around a quilt. Sarah Hart, an expert quilt restorer, skillfully pieces together the clues to Maple Hill's most intricate mysteries where secrets will be revealed, challenges are met and neighbors come together to help one another in a community built upon a deep abiding faith in God. A good old-fashioned, page turning "whodunit"!


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Family Patterns


Author: Kristin Eckhardt
Hardcover: 318 pages

After her husband died five years ago, Sarah Hart continued living in the home where they had raised their two children. Her son Jason and his family have recently moved back to Maple Hill, where they have bought an abandoned Victorian house that once belonged to Sarah's grandfather. They plan to restore the old house to its former glory, but little do they know that this rambling old house has a mystery of it's own. While looking after her granddaughters, Sarah's granddaughter Amy discovers a secret passage where the three of them find an ancient quilt that leads Sarah to solving a centrury-old family mystery.

About the Author
Kristin Eckhardt is the author of more than twenty-five books. She has won two national awards for her writing and her first book was made into a television movie. Kristin and her husband raise three children on their farm in central Nebraska and are active volunteers in their church and community

Other Books in the Series
The series continues with…

Time to Share

Author:  Jo Ann Ferguson


Format: Hardcover


Page Count: 307


Series: Patchwork Mysteries, Book # 2



When Sarah photographs nearby Mount Greylock for research she is doing on a wall quilt, she sees something strange in the pictures- a door, partly buried in the ground!  Sarah decides to investigate, and finds an old root cellar filled with stolen items from recent burglaries in the area.  She also finds an old daguerreotype, and suspects that the thief could be connected to the young couple in the daguerreotype.  Sarah tries to figure out who the coupleis, and uncovers an old secret that will surprise everyone in Maple Hill.



Followed by…

Muslin Mystery

Author: Mary Davis


Format: Hardcover


Page Count: 293


Series: Patchwork Mysteries, Book # 3



When Sarah agrees to restore an old quilt for a wealthy recluse; she's surprised by a message that is formed when the blocks of quilt are put together.  It's a cry for help, but Sarah doesn't know who wrote it or how long ago.  Her client won't reveal any information about it, and a stranger warns her that she may be in danger.  Sarah must decide whether or not to pursue this mystery or listen to the stranger for fear of her own life.



Additional Books in the Series:



4. Timeless Treasure

5. Homespun Holiday
6. Pieces of the Past
7. Threads of Truth
8. Secret in the Stitches
9. Bound in Love
10. Yesterday’s Secret
11. Squared Away
12. Mystery on the Midway
13. A Quilt of Memories
14. The House on Lookout Mountain
15. To Have and To Hide
16. Nothing to Hide
17. The Christmas Quilt
18. Torn in Two
19. Secrets in the Storm
20. The Price of Truth
21. A Mother's Love
22. The Calico Trails
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