When the historic Hopkins ferry was raised from the bottom of the lake, who would have thought they were literally raising the dead! But there it was—a skeleton—right before their eyes. Unfortunately, the evidence is slim and soggy: the boat sank in 1949, the victim on board was a woman, and near the body is a piece of unidentifiable lacelike fabric. Sounds like a job for Betsy Devonshire. Betsy knows there's more to this story than what’s on the surface. And once she and patrons of her needlecraft shop start lending a hand, they're sure to stitch together the details of this unnerving mystery...
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- Heidemarie Mahoney
Too bad! a truly awful narrator...
I am devastated. A nice story, likeable characters - a classic feel good mystery detective novel - and than all is destroyed by the narrator. Sing-song uninterrested mono talk! Even simple reading of it would be better than this strange kind of narration, only guided by the person's need for taking a breath. Exclamation where there is none required! Even tone where there is a lifting of the voice indicated.... very strange indeed. Perfect for hypnosis this narrator - after falling asleep for the x-time, I gave up.
And this is sad, very sad. Because I like the author!