Book Review: Seven Threadly Sins by Janet Bolin
I was finally able to leave Threadville on the 8:18 a few days ago. Emotionally I’m still scarred, but I should heal.
The last installment could have at least ended on a much higher note- it could have been the best in the series, but author Janet Bolin phoned this in.
Well, maybe just cutting and pasting since I think the words In Stitches may have been used over a million times, followed by TADAM.
In this installment, Threadville Academy of Design and Marketing (TADAM) opens up among the four textile stores, because everyone is flocking to Elderberry Bay and these shops, especially In Stitches.
The shop owners of these exclusive four stores agree to participate in a fashion show and the host suffers an attack at the reception but dies at the hospital.
It was no surprise that Willow is again a suspect in this final chapter.
If you are ever brave enough to ever read this series (you can get an idea at www.threadvillemysteries.com on how the series begins) don’t say I didn’t warn you!