Great debut for this new series, is a book that is fascinating in its cover and inside its pages. I'm just learning the amazing world of scrapbooking and I love each object of DIY. I have really appreciated the helpful advice that are at the end.
Cora is trying to rebuild her life in Indigo Gap after a very difficult period. She is a craft blogger and has decided to open a craft retreat in Kildare, her Victorian house. To help her in this new business there is her friend Jane, she is very good at working the vessels but has a large stain in her past: she tried to kill her abusive husband. When the librarian is found dead unfortunately Jane is the prime suspect because of his past and also are found her fingerprints. Her position worsens when the victim's husband is found dead, he was very violent and Cora will have to work hard to exonerate her friend.
The small town of Indigo Gap seems very comfortable and cozy and the author has described so well Kildare house that I really want to participate in a craft retreat.
The characters are realistic, believable and colorful with great artistic talents: I like that there are different arts DIY involved.
Really well written, flowing, fast-paced with several twists that made this book enjoyable and unpredictable until the end. There is suspense, humor and even a bit of romance: a cozy mystery really intriguing and interesting.