Tuesday, June 12, 2007

More Fiction with Knitting Theme

Since I love to read and knit, I discover there are more and more books coming out which have knitting involved in the plot. Most have been light, good summer reading.
Knit Two Together by Connie Lane is a Halequin publication and is a story about how knitting helps through a crisis. (Typical plot!)

Back on Blossom Street by Debbie Macomber is the third book about Blossom Street and the people who live there, work there, or frequent the shops, with the knitting shop being the center focus. Some of the people we met in the first books return and their stories continue along with new people. I enjoyed this book even more than the first two.

Knit Fast, Die Young is the second knitting mystery by Mary Kruger. This book is a murder mystery about a knitting shop owner finding the body of a knitting magazine owner with a knitting needle stuck in her back at a Wool and Yarn Festival.



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