Seams like Murder
Seams like Murder
There are two things that can’t talk—moving pictures and dead showgirls…
1920, Wellington, New Zealand. Grace Devine is poised to build her thriving dress design business as the twenties begin to soar. But when a fashionable client is murdered, suspicion falls on Grace as the last person to see Agatha alive.
As wary clients cancel and business begins to fail, Grace decides there’s only one way to prove her innocence and save her career…this seamstress will turn sleuth to find who really murdered the showgirl.
The more she learns, the more she uncovers of the darker side of the dead woman’s personality. Agatha liked to collect secrets and use them against people. But what target snapped that fatal night? Can Grace stitch together the clues before her life is torn apart…
These heart-warming historical mysteries will send you on a unique New Zealand adventure.
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Absolutely fantastic. Grace is a clever and strong woman devoted to her son. She tries hard to make a living. When tragedy strikes she does her best to find the courage to discover the truth in time
It’s a slow, steady relaxing listen, it divulges its secrets, slowly. It describes its era beautifully and richly, takes you along the steps our heroine takes. Since this is the first in the series, not all is clear but you won’t want to stop listening. The main character Grace, is likable, as are most of the lead characters. She could use a stronger backbone but I think that’s in the works. Tilly has done a marvelous job of giving me the feel of the environment, color and the flavor of the era. I’ve already listened to the next book in the series and can’t wait for the 3rd.
Erin O’Flaherty’s tone, cadence and pace,added to the enjoyment of this book.
I sew lots so it was right up my street, but even if I didn’t sew I would have still loved it. Can’t wait for the next one, already have it on preorder.
I enjoyed this book very much! I truly adore Tilly Wallace books and have almost all of them!!
Absolutely can't wait to read it!!!