Other Books in Series
This is book number 12 in the Harriet Truman/Loose Threads Mystery series.
The Twelve Quilts of Christmas, features Harriet Truman and the Loose Threads Quilting guild. Set in the fictional town of Foggy Point, between Port Townsend and Port Angeles in Washington.
The Loose Threads special quilts are on display throughout the town, making the season cheerful and bright. Murder disrupts the festivities Harriet planned to enjoy with husband Jim and her adopted son Luke. There is a killer to be caught to save the season!— Deon Stonehouse
In the air there's a feeling of...murder?
It's the holiday season in Foggy Point, Washington, and after a tumultuous summer and fall, quilter Harriet Truman is hoping to create happy memories for her first Christmas with husband James and their foster son Luke.
Harriet and her quilt group the Loose Threads make holiday quilts for the front windows of the merchants on Main Street. The stores decorate to match their quilts, and the town takes on a storybook feel.
The week-long community festivities have barely begun when shop owners begin dying. Harriet soon realizes she's being stalked by a gray car. Why would someone want to kill the merchants of Foggy Point? Is the gray car following her the killer, or is it something else entirely?