Thread and Gone by Lea Wait


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Thread and Gone
by Lea Wait

Thread and Gone is an engaging page-turner!
~ Back Porchervations

History buffs, particularly those interested in Mary Queen of Scotts and Marie Antoinette will like the historical bent as Angie, Mary, and others search through the historical documents Mary has to determine how the needlepoint made it from France to Haven Harbor.
~Christa Reads and Writes

So many suspects to choose from the story will keep the reader guessing until the end.
~Bab’s Book Bistro

I thoroughly enjoyed the many aspects of this cozy, small community mystery and how all the layers came together.
~Laura’s Interests

There are twists galore, and when the truth of things is revealed, it’s a complete surprise.
~Book Babble

This is a charming and enjoyable read. With it’s plot twist and strong story line you will be hooked from the start.
~Shelley’s Book Case

One of the reasons I keep coming back to this series, is that I really like Angie. She’s a no nonsense heroine.
~Booklady’s Booknotes

I’m continuing to really enjoy this series set in a Maine coastal town…
~The Bookwyrm’s Hoard

THREAD AND GONE is heartwarming and encouraging.
~Mallory Heart’s Cozies

Lea Wait is a good writer and Thread and Gone is a good, fast, cozy mystery read.

The story was addictive and easy to read with a compelling mystery, charming characters…

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Thread and Gone
(A Mainely Needlepoint Mystery)

3rd in Series
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Kensington (December 29, 2015)
ISBN-13: 978-1617730085


When a priceless antique is stolen, murder unravels the peaceful seaside town of Haven Harbor, Maine…
Angie Curtis and her fellow Mainely Needlepointers know how to enjoy their holidays. But nothing grabs their attention like tying up loose threads. So when Mary Clough drops in on the group’s Fourth of July supper with a question about antique needlepoint she’s discovered in her family Colonial-era home, Angie and her ravelers are happy to look into the matter.

Their best guess is that the mystery piece may have been stitched by Mary, Queen of Scots, famous not just for losing her head, but also for her needlepointing. If they’re right, the piece would be extremely valuable. For safekeeping, Angie turns the piece over to her family lawyer, who places it in her office safe. But when the lawyer is found dead with the safe and ransacked, the real mystery begins. . .


About The Author

Lea Wait lives on the coast of Maine. A fourth generation antique dealer, and author of the Agatha-nominated Shadows Antique Print mystery series, she loves all things antiques and Maine, and she’s learning to do needlepoint. She also writes historical novels for young people set in (where else?) nineteenth-century Maine. Lea adopted her four daughters when she was single; she’s now the grandmother of eight, and married to artist Bob Thomas.


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