Bound in Love - Patchwork Mysteries - Book 9

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Bound in Love - Patchwork Mysteries - Book 9
Sarah has found an anonymously published book about Debby Neely, a quilter from Maple Hill who was jailed for a crime she didn’t commit. To make matters even more interesting, the book was donated by Sarah’s mother, Ruth. Did Ruth have any connection to Debby? Can Sarah find Debby and bring her justice? Find out in this suspenseful adventure that is sure to please any mystery-lover!
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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.

Bound in Love– Book 9

Author: Camy Tang

When Sarah finds an anonymously published book hidden in the library, she’s curious about who wrote it and where it came from. She’s even more intrigued when she discovers that the book details the life of Debby Neely, a woman who made quilted garments and lived in Maple Hill fifty years ago. According to the book, Debby was jailed for a crime she didn’t commit. Then, Sarah discovers that the book was donated to the library by her mother Ruth. What connection did Ruth have to Debby? Could her mother have written the mysterious book? Could she have known something that would have set an innocent woman free?

Sarah tries to find Debby and bring the truth to light. And when Sarah finds clues in the quilted garments that may be the key to proving Debby’s innocence, she is reminded how strong the ties that bind us together truly are.

About the Author

Camy Tang grew up in Hawaii and now lives in San Jose, California, with her enigner husband and rambunctious dog Snickers. She graduated from Standford University and worked as a biologist researcher for nine year, but now she writes full time. She is a staff worker for her church youth group, and she leads on of the worship teams of Sunday service. On her blow, www.camytang.com, she ponders knitting, spinning wool, dogs, running, the Never-Ending diet, and other tantalizing things.



All Books in the Patchwork Mysteries Series


1. Family Patterns
2. Time to Share 
3. Muslin Mystery 
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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Best in Series- Review by Karen
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I started reading this and thought it was written for me as the author of a self-published book for a special reason. It's never too late to try to get justice for someone, in some way (not always the legal system). It's a wonderful story of atoning for a perceived mistake and the lengths someone may go to in order to solve a mystery. It had special meaning for me, maybe it will for other readers. Perhaps it will inspire action to help someone long forgotten.
This mystery was unique as told through a book discovered by accident. What a find. It could inspire many of us, give a call for action.

(Posted on 6/24/14)

Delightful- Review by Elise
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I lost my husband of 52 years in 2012, I love to read but found most books too sad or violent for me. I get all 3 of your book series, and I think they saved my sanity. In the last notice with the books, I was notified that "Something Borrowed" was going to be the last in the Patchwork Mysteries series. I was saddened by this news, as I thought of many of the characters like old friends. This series helped me a lot and I hate to see it end. Thank you for making it available.

(Posted on 3/13/13)

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