Easter, St. Patrick’s Day and Spring Themed Books

Each day during the month of March I will feature three Easter, Spring or St Patrick’s Day themed books. Hope you find some that are new to you and some that you enjoy.  Enjoy your reading.

 

15808544Kath Rutledge’s grandmother left her a charming fiber and fabric shop, a close-knit group of needlework lovers, and a television-addicted ghost in the attic. She may also have inherited the special skills required to untangle a murder.

Always up for trying something new, Kath and her friends from the fiber and needlework group TGIF—Thank Goodness it’s Fiber—are visiting Cloud Hollow Farm for the day to learn the fine art of dyeing.  With spring in the air, the friends head out to greet the sheep.  But the sheep are more interested in something else—two bodies spread under a tall tree.  And one of those bodies is someone they know.

Kath’s friends nudge her to investigate, and no one is more adamant than Geneva, the ghost who loves to play assistant sleuth. But when Kath discovers another murder cut from the same cloth, she’s more determined than ever to hang a roving killer out to dry… (Goodreads)

http://www.amazon.com/Dyeing-Wishes-Haunted-Yarn-Mystery/dp/0451239563/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1457801765&sr=8-1&keywords=dyeing+wishes

 

2277378‘Many mystery buffs have credited Louise Penny with the revival of the type of traditional murder mystery made famous by Agatha Christie. . . . The book’s title is a metaphor not only for the month of April but also for Gamache’s personal and professional challenges — making this the series standout so far.’
–Sarah Weinman
Welcome to Three Pines, where the cruellest month is about to deliver on its threat.
It’s spring in the tiny, forgotten village; buds are on the trees and the first flowers are struggling through the newly thawed earth. But not everything is meant to return to life. . .
When some villagers decide to celebrate Easter with a seance at the Old Hadley House, they are hoping to rid the town of its evil — until one of their party dies of fright. Was this a natural death, or was the victim somehow helped along?
Brilliant, compassionate Chief Inspector Armand Gamache of the SQ (Sûreté du Québec) is called to investigate, in a case that will force him to face his own ghosts as well as those of a seemingly idyllic town where relationships are far more dangerous than they seem.
(Goodreads)

http://www.amazon.com/Cruelest-Month-Inspector-Gamache-Mystery-ebook/dp/B0010SGRMG/ref=sr_1_1_ha?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1457801813&sr=1-1&keywords=the+cruelest+month

 

1922387A girl missing in New York. A political bombing in Iceland. No ordinary cop would see a connection. But Detective First Grade Brian McKenna didn’t earn his reputation by being ordinary. In Once In, Never Out, McKenna travels the globe in pursuit of his darkest foe yet–a terrorist bomber whose next target could be New York’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Along the way he finds a good friend and cunning ally in Thor Erikson, Iceland’s sole homicide detective. This is a case that brings McKenna to the edge of his abilities, and puts both his detecting and survival skills to the ultimate test.
(Goodreads)

http://www.amazon.com/Once-Never-Brian-McKenna-Novels-ebook/dp/B00633W6EQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1457803046&sr=8-1&keywords=once+in+never+out

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