Read a new, exciting chapter of the story each month.
Stitch each new quilt block with the pattern provided.
Interact with your private Facebook group to share clues, conversation, and your quilt progress.
Solve the mystery — one block at a time!
For only $9.99 a month, you'll receive one digital chapter of an exciting mystery novel plus one related quilt block pattern. Both provide clues as the plot unfolds. The best part? You can read, sew, and connect with other quilting sleuths on our private online forum/Facebook page. At the end of 12 months, the quilt will be complete and the killer revealed!
About This Book
Welcome to Seapoint, Maine, a charming coastal town that works hard to hold onto its history. From the impressive Seapoint Lighthouse to the lobster-rich bay that borders the downtown shops and restaurants, Seapoint is a hidden gem that lures many tourists from the nearby cities. But not everyone in the town is eager for the attention . . . the secrets of Seapoint are buried far too shallowly for comfort.
Genealogist and history buff Hannah Davis relocated to Seapoint two years ago, and she loves working as a docent at the Seapoint Lighthouse—the same lighthouse where her great-grandfather once worked as the keeper until he died under mysterious circumstances. Although the pay isn't much, the job comes with a small apartment on the second floor of the keeper's cottage, and it allows her ample time to spend on her genealogical business when the lighthouse and museum are closed. Researching the town's history, helping others trace their ancestry, and solving the mysteries of the past are her passions. But nothing could've prepared her for the kind of mystery that develops right outside her front door—a murder mystery.
When local busybody Enid Fletcher is found dead on the rocky beach below the lighthouse, it appears to Hannah that just about everyone in town had a reason to dislike her. Who would go so far as to push her off a cliff? And can Hannah solve the mystery and catch a killer before someone else is history?
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