Sunday, November 18, 2012
Last Wool and Testament
Genre: mystery (cozy)
My rating: DNF
Kath heads back to the foothills and the small town where she grew up for her Grandmother's funeral. While there she realizes that her Grandmother was the prime suspect in a murder investigation. Kath can't just leave this to rest so she takes matters into her own hands. Of course she has the help of the ladies who formed a close kinship thanks to her Grandmother's store, The Weaver's Cat, and their love of yarn and fibers.
I didn't finish this book. I wanted to, I really did. The story itself was moving along ok. I had issues with Kath, the main character. I just didn't like her. She rubbed me the wrong way. I think I could have kept going and chances are I would have ended up enjoying the story, but I didn't. I've found that with my reading time being so short these days, if I'm not in love with a book, I have a hard time putting in the effort to finish it. The book seems to have gotten good reviews though, so don't just go off of mine.