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Thread: Quilting Fiction

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    Quilting Fiction

    I have read all of Marie Bostwick's books and love them! I've read some Jennifer Chiaverni books. Are there other authors who right about quilting? Because of a family situation I haven't been able to quilt for a few months but hope to get back to it in the next couple of weeks. These books seem to help me get more motivated!

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    Here is a link to "cozy mysteries" : http://www.cozy-mystery.com/blog/qui...mysteries.html . The Earlene Fowler ones have long been popular.
    "Only those who know enough is enough can ever have enough." Lao Tzu

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    I've enjoyed the Shenandoah Album novels by Emilie Richards.

    Love the ones by Earlene Fowler too.

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    Clare O'Donohue - The Someday Quilts Mysteries

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    Here is a good site to look up any of these authors so you can find and read their series books in order. If you read all their books the authors have recommendations for other books you might like by others. http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/

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    Do you want to sell the Marie Bostwick books ? I have read two and really like them. Would be willing to buy yours..that I haven't read. I am reading currently Ties that Bind and I'd have to look up the other one.

    PM me if interested.

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    Earlene Fowler has a whole series of mysteries and the heroine is a curator of a quilt museum
    Who needs therapy? I quilt!

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    Thanks for the link......I love reading..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tudey View Post
    Earlene Fowler has a whole series of mysteries and the heroine is a curator of a quilt museum

    and the Saddlemakers Wife (Road to Cardinal Valley tobe released the end of Dec.2012) and Love Mercie

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    my most favorite Jennifer Chiaverini are Homecomming and Sonoma Rose, but love and own them all.

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