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  • Publisher: C&T Publishing
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 14 January 2019
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781617457425
  • Stock: 12 in stock
  • Size: 127x203 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 280
  • RRP: $27.99
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Moon Over the Mountain


A Quilting Cozy by Carol Dean Jones

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Book Description

'With funny, amazing characters these quick reads are just the thing to settle down with.'- Tracy Shephard, Postcard Reviews

When sixty-eight year old Sarah Miller moves into the Cunningham Village retirement community, she is mourning the loss of the husband, her young grandson, and the place that has been home for forty-two years. But Sarah is a survivor. As she reaches out into the retirement community that is to become home, she finds friends, activities, new hobbies, a possible love interest, and of course, crimes to solve and murderers to track down.

In the sixth instalment of this fun, friendly series of cozy mysteries, Sarah’s tranquil quilt retreat in the Appalachian Mountains is interrupted by an alarming presence in the surrounding forest. 

About the Author

About Carol Dean Jones

Carol Dean Jones, a geriatric social worker, was born in Kentucky, USA and is currently living in the West Virginia foothills. She is the author of the popular Quilting Cozy series featuring Sarah Miller.


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In this the 6th book of Carol Dean Jones's quilting mystery series, Sarah is on a peaceful quilting retreat. She befriends Holly Harper and once again, set against the backdrop of the Appalachian Mountains, a mystery occurs.

A woman has disappeared from the lodge and when Sarah discovers that the woman is the mother of one of the women staying at the retreat, well she can't help but get involved. Having suffered a sprained ankle Charles is soon by her side and helping with the investigation.

Moon Over the Mountain is probably the most descriptive of all the books so far. It is filled with the culture of the people, the customs, the mountain walks are just divine to read about and of course the quilting is a major factor. The Crafts Museum visit is something I would love to go to.

The mystery is good and again this quick read has some fabulous characters. The local characters are amazing and I especially liked Ricky, although it isn't all good for him.

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