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The Alpine Quilt

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"[A] well-paced and compelling murder mystery."—Romantic Times
Quilters at the Burl Creek Thimble Club in Alpine, Washing-ton, are planning a fête to welcome back returning member Genevieve Bayard. But Gen's homecoming is cut short when she dies suddenly at a dinner party. Emma Lord, owner and publisher of the local newspaper The Alpine Advocate, vows to sleuth her way to the truth, and enlists the help of her trusted "House & Home" editor, Vida Runkel. Surprisingly, Vida seems downright unwilling to get involved. To make matters worse, murder isn't the only crime in Alpine. There have been several burglaries, which may or may not be connected to Gen's de-mise. As Emma digs, she uncovers a shocking scandal that may point the finger of guilt at one of her nearest and dearest . . . while changing the history of Alpine itself.
"[Daheim] amiably captures the rhythms and crosscurrents of small-town life."—Kirkus Reviews

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Publisher: Random House Publishing Group

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  • Release date: April 26, 2005

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  • ISBN: 9780345484543
  • Release date: April 26, 2005

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  • ISBN: 9780345484543
  • File size: 1119 KB
  • Release date: April 26, 2005

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"[A] well-paced and compelling murder mystery."—Romantic Times
Quilters at the Burl Creek Thimble Club in Alpine, Washing-ton, are planning a fête to welcome back returning member Genevieve Bayard. But Gen's homecoming is cut short when she dies suddenly at a dinner party. Emma Lord, owner and publisher of the local newspaper The Alpine Advocate, vows to sleuth her way to the truth, and enlists the help of her trusted "House & Home" editor, Vida Runkel. Surprisingly, Vida seems downright unwilling to get involved. To make matters worse, murder isn't the only crime in Alpine. There have been several burglaries, which may or may not be connected to Gen's de-mise. As Emma digs, she uncovers a shocking scandal that may point the finger of guilt at one of her nearest and dearest . . . while changing the history of Alpine itself.
"[Daheim] amiably captures the rhythms and crosscurrents of small-town life."—Kirkus Reviews

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