The series is
set in the imaginary town of Foggy Point on the Olympic Peninsula near Port
Angeles, a stunningly gorgeous northwestern setting. Harriet and the Loose Threads
quilting group are making bedding for an animal kennel local veterinarian Aiden
Jalbert is setting up in the in the battered women’s shelter. Soon the shelter
has another intimate connection to Harriet’s life. Her friend Sara calls from the emergency room
after being savagely beaten by her fiancé Seth. Sara balks at going to the
shelter until she wakes up to find Seth dead in her bed. Now Sara is a prime suspect and Harriet is
once again on the trail of a killer. While Sachitano writes about serious subjects,
such as battered women, she does so with a light touch achieving a mystery
series that entertains while highlighting important topics.
Pet quilts are the project of the day for Harriet Truman and the Loose Threads. Local veterinarian Aiden Jalbert decides to set up an animal kennel for the local battered women's shelter and asks the quilters to sew bedding for it. Harriet is soon drawn into the world of domestic violence when Loose Thread Sarah Ness calls from the emergency room, where she's landed as a result of a vicious beating by her fianc Seth Pratt. Sarah initially refuses to consider going to the shelter but is forced to change her mind when she wakes to find Seth dead beside her in bed. Is Harriet's friend a killer, or did someone else want Seth dead? Will Harriet put herself in the killer's sights if she tries to figure it out?