The Double Cross by Clare O'Donohue
A Someday Quilts Mystery

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Book #3 of the Someday Quilts Mystery series

A knotty new Nell Fitzgerald mystery in the series that's beguiling cozy fans and quilters alike.

Nell Fitzgerald and the Someday Quilts ladies are asked to lead a quilting workshop at a new bed and breakfast in upstate New York. However, the retreat quickly takes an unexpected dark turn. When a body is found in the woods, and one of their own is the chief suspect, the ladies must rely on their craftiest thinking as they embark on their most personal case yet.

With smart, sassy Nell leading the charge to clear her friend's name and find the real murderer, The Double Cross is sure to confirm Clare O'Donohue as a master of the mystery genre.


About Clare O'Donohue

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CLARE O'DONOHUE is a freelance television writer and producer as well as the author of the Someday Quilts mystery series. She lives outside Chicago, Illinois.
Published September 28, 2010 by Plume. 302 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Quilt instructor Susanne Hendrick leaves Archers Rest, N.Y., for the Adirondack town of Winston to teach at the Patchwork Bed-and-Breakfast in O'Donohue's busy third Someday Quilts mystery (after 2009

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Review: When one of the ladies of her Someday Quilts club is accused of murder, Nell Fitzgerald jumps in to search for clues to the identity of the real killer in The Double Cross, the third mystery in this series by Clare O'Donohue.Would-be artist Nell is getting used to the quiet life of Archer...

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