A peaceful town is turned upside down

A Bias for Murder (Queen Bees Quilt Shop Book 3)

By: Sally Goldenbaum

Rating: 4 of 5

I read the first book in this series and somehow missed that there was a second book released. It didn’t seem to matter, as I read this book, so it can be read fairly easily stand-alone.

I like that the plot is more important in this story than the introduction of characters which caused the first story to lag a bit in reading. In this book, the characters, while important, were certainly not the main part of the story.

A neighborhood man, who has social issues but is still beloved by all in the town, dies suddenly and unexpectedly. When his twin sister, Adele) comes to town to convert his fabulous home (which she has inherited) into a B&B, many in the town object.

Things start happening which appear to be done to drive her away, but Adele is adamant and will not back down. As more and more serious events occur, the Queen Bee Quilting group gets involved to try to figure out what is happening in their formerly peaceful town.

I was provided a digital advance reader copy of this book by the publisher via Netgalley.

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