If you like cozy mystery, intrigue, sweet romance, and small towns,  we got you covered! You are going to love J. Traveler’s Fiber Mavens series.

 

Quilting Can Be Criminal  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086G8DT9H

Welcome to Lyonsville, a serene village where English and Amish shops draw tourists by the busload for the atmosphere, food, and handmade crafts. Brad and Casey just want to get married. And then the murders started…If you like cozy mystery, sweet romance, and small towns, you are going to love J. Traveler’s newest mystery.

 

Criminally Quilted https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087HKT9C4

Criminally Quilted is an engaging, romantic, cozy mystery novel in the Fiber Mavens Series.  Return to Lyonsville, the quiet little town beset with big problems. Hidden kinship ties start showing and the quilt map hanging in the Sheriff’s office fills up with blocks as the crime incidents get worse.   Everyone seems to be a suspect from old ladies to returning war veterans.  Somehow the puzzle of the quilt vandals has to be solved so Casey and Brad can get married.

 

Criminally Pieced Together   https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08924H214

Returning to everyday life after a honeymoon in the islands complete with a traditional Hawaiian wedding shower, lei’s, and gifts can be a drag on anyone’s ideas of happily ever after endings.  Flyback home with Brad and Casey as they return to Lyonsville, a friendly, sleepy, little town with big problems. From kidnappings, murder, and what appears to be a terrorist bombing, the couple return bearing gifts, back to a town turning vigilante, with an influx of federal agents and a nervous populace. Hidden kinship ties prove generational abuse leads to twisted ideas of justice and the quilt map hanging in the Sheriff’s office has just two spots left.   The team goes back and forth trying to decide whether they have one bad guy or ten and the only thing certain is that the crooks have to be apprehended before Founder’s Day when busloads of tourists show up.

Criminally Pieced Together is romance, intrigue and mystery solved times three.

 

Criminally Crocheted  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08H1CP2QS

If you love cozy mysteries, crazy clues and happy endings (with just a hint of intrigue), you are going to love book four in the series the Fiber Mavens Mysteries.  Welcome to Lyonsville, a serene village where English and Amish shops draw tourists by the busload for the atmosphere, food, and handmade crafts.  Brad’s been promoted, Casey is expecting, and the Yarn Sisters are yarn-bombing the town.  The new pastor’s little boys have a tendency to go streaking.  When the yarn-bombing gets out of hand and half the Yarn sisters go missing, Casey and Brad have to find the culprit before someone gets hurt or she has this baby in the squad car. You are going to enjoy book four.  It will keep you up way too late tonight!

 

Criminally Spun Out   https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08XB1MZNG

Welcome back to Lyonsville, a serene village where English and Amish shops draw tourists by the busload. The Fiber Mavens Shop has added a new craft and spinning brings out the wicked in someone. Casey’s twins are kidnapped; drop spindles are being left all over town; you are going to love J. Traveler’s newest mystery in the Fiber Mavens Mysteries.

 

 

The Fern Valley Fur Family Mysteries

Traveler has done it again!  She takes it to the sister town to Lyonsville and treats us to a whole new gang of friends, furry and otherwise

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Ascot And the Stolen Shrubs   https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09B6M52M8

Fern Valley, a few miles down the road from Lyonsville, is a quiet little town, the kind of place you’d like to visit or retire to someday.  Every yard had flower gardens along Main Street and the annual Gardening Festival competition and Home Tour drew crowds from miles away.  Ascot and his pack at the Sinclair Dog Rescue live a serene life next door to Lillian’s Cattery, and they’d formed a truce. When someone starts stealing flower bushes, Ascot and his friends stage nighttime forays while their masters search for clues in the daytime. Who will find what was hidden under all those bushes first, the professional detectives or a pack of lonely pets?