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Thread: Earlene Fowler books

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    Has anyone read any of these? Are they as good as the Elm Creek books?

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    I like them, but I think they fall more into the cozy mystery category.

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    I agree,more mystery than quilting. I have tried other authors but the Elm Creek books seem to be the best for quilting lore.

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    I've read every one and really enjoyed them.

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    NOT even in the same category as Elm CReek, but better stories....
    I have them all, from both authors and highly recommend them!
    You can often find the entire series offered on ebay for a great price!

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    I like Earlene Fowler, she's a good writer and it's one series that I like to read again. I have one bookcase with books I love to read over, very few writers though, some of them are very old and even from the 1920s.

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    Really enjoyed both but like the Elm Creek better because it is more into quilting. You can't go wrong with either. Its nice if you can read them in sequence.

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    Terry Mayer is really good too..I'm reading her Wild Goose Chase right now.

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    I haven't read the other authors but I do like Fowler's books.

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    Fun reads.

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