Lea Wait

Thread the Halls

Sixth in the Mainely Needlepoint Series

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Publication date: October 31, 2017

Kensington Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 978-1-4967-0639-0
Also available as an e-book

It’s a white Christmas in Haven Harbor, Maine! But there’s no time for Angie Curtis and her beau, Patrick West, to linger under the mistletoe. Patrick’s mother, Hollywood actress Skye West, has suddenly announced she’ll be spending the holidays at Aurora, her Maine estate – and she’ll be bring her director, screenwriters, and two actors with her from Scotland, where she’s filming.

And – oh, yes – she’s looking forward to a Currier & Ives New England Christmas – complete with sleigh rides and carolers, a completely decorated home, a live-in cook to supply holiday fare --- and personalized needlepointed pillows for each of her guests.

And she’ll be arriving in three days.

Angie promises to help Patrick, who is totally overwhelmed, and she finds fellow Mainely Needlepointers to help out, too. So all is set by the time Skye and her guests arrive. Only … within hours someone has been murdered. And then … were those Christmas cookies poisoned? Of course, you could count on at least a small blizzard and loss of power to complicate life. But Christmas celebrations must go on, right? Even if they include detectives … and Angie, who’s determined to find out what’s happening.

New: read the three-page prequel online now.

Questions and Topics for Discussion:
What do you think of when you imagine a New England Christmas? If you were Skye, what you have expected? How does your town celebrate Christmas? Does Santa arrive? How?
There is talk of making a movie in Haven Harbor … is this a good idea? What might happen? Would you like a movie to be made in your home town? What would it be about?
How do you think Ruth felt at the end of the book. Does she bear any responsibility for what happened?

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