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Seven Threadly Sins

Seven Threadly Sins Fashion turns killer in the latest novel from the national bestselling author of the Threadville mysteries Threadville Pennsylvania is famous for its fabric needlecraft and embroidery so it s onl

  • Title: Seven Threadly Sins
  • Author: Janet Bolin
  • ISBN: 9780425268001
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Fashion turns killer in the latest novel from the national bestselling author of the Threadville mysteries Threadville, Pennsylvania, is famous for its fabric, needlecraft, and embroidery, so it s only natural that it would become the home of the Threadville Academy of Design and Modeling While Willow Vanderling has certainly never wanted to be a model, here she is, vFashion turns killer in the latest novel from the national bestselling author of the Threadville mysteriesThreadville, Pennsylvania, is famous for its fabric, needlecraft, and embroidery, so it s only natural that it would become the home of the Threadville Academy of Design and Modeling While Willow Vanderling has certainly never wanted to be a model, here she is, voluntarily strutting her stuff in a charity runway show in outrageous clothing, all to support the Academy s scholarship fund.But the lascivious, mean spirited director of the academy, Antonio, is making the fashion show a less than fabulous affair After Antonio plays a shocking prank on Willow and her friends that doesn t exactly leave the ladies in stitches, he mysteriously winds up dead and someone is trying to pin the blame on Willow.Now, she must do whatever it takes in order to clear her name, even if it means needling around in other people s secrets

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    1. Seven Threadly Sins becomes Deadly for the town.This was my first visit to Threadville, but it certainly won’t be the last. I’ve already ordered the four previous books so I can catch up.Willow and her friends have been asked to sew outfits that a very much disliked man has designed, then model them in a charity fashion show. They can’t say no – the proceeds will go towards scholarships to the new Threadville Fashion and Modeling school. One or two of the outfits are great, but Willow fe [...]

    2. Author Janet Bolin has embroidered another delightful creation in this latest addition of the Threadville Mystery series. SEVEN THREADLY SINS in the fifth installment of this wonderful mystery series, and one of the best. It was a real page turner and kept me speculating all the way through. This story was very well written and cleverly crafted. It contained lots of surprises and misleads, red herrings as they say, right up until the exciting reveal. I want to thank author Bolin for writing a vi [...]

    3. I enjoyed catching up with all my friends in Threadville.TADAM (like madam) is a new school that went up quickly in the quaint little town of Threadville. It's a school for designers and models and also offers scholarships for those who can't afford to pay for school. In Stitches owner, Willow, believes the school may be a perfect fit for her assistant and friend, Ashley.When the ladies of Threadville assist in a fashion show, tempers flare and rude remarks are thrown about. When someone dies it [...]

    4. When the fashion show hosted by the Academy of Design and modeling gets under way no one expected there would be a murder. Especially that of the director himself. Willow must do everything she can to find out what happened and who killed him to clear her name before the killer strikes again. This was a fun read and one of my favorites. I am looking forward to see what Willow will do next. Great characters and a story line so well written you won't want to put it down.

    5. I won this mystery in a drawing.A cozy set in a town dominated by the crafts industry. The owner of a sewing store is talked into modelling for a fashion school newly opened in the town. The guy running the school is obnoxious, and as is usually the case in such stories, is quickly murdered. After that, the entire shopping center tries to solve the mystery. Not bad, even if the main character is more than a bit obtuse.

    6. Throughly enjoyed my first visit to Threadville! It was so nice that this book was written so you could read it without having read the first 4 first. Willow and her friends were all very likable. And I was kept on my toes guessing from start to finish!! What a great read and I am looking forward to reading the first 4 books in this series now.

    7. Seven Deadly Sins is the fifth book in the A Threadville Mystery series.I always enjoy visiting with the folks of Threadville and stop by all the shops to see what's new.The Threadville Academy of Design and Modeling has recently located in Threadville and is getting ready to stage a fashion show. Antonio, the director, has given the students and seven of the shop owners, guidelines for them to design, make and wear the clothes in the fashion show. At the dress rehearsal, Willow is in her cubicl [...]

    8. Great Book!This is a great book; this is the fifth book in the Threadville Mystery series by Janet Bolin. This book can be read as a standalone, but once you read this one you will want to go read the others in the series. The Threadville Academy of Design and Modeling has moved to Threadville, Pennsylvania. Willow and her friends have volunteered to strut their stuff in a charity runway show to support the Academy’s scholarship fund. When Anotonio the director of the academy plays a prank on [...]

    9. This is the first book I have read in this series. I was immediately drawn to the quant little town nicknamed Threadville as well as the main characters. Willow and her friends get themselves in some predicaments that are laugh out loud funny. This book starts at a fashion show, where the owner, Antonio, has a very high opinion of himself that not many share. While Willow investigates she is also trying to figure out if the man she is interested in is interested in another and keeps second guess [...]

    10. This one was really good. I loved the ending, but I am sad that the series seems to be finished. I hope there will be more, as it is a great series. The characters seem to grow and the writing is all absorbing.

    11. This was the last book in this series. I found it to be very exciting and loved the romantic ending.Great read to take your mind of the daily trials and tribulations.

    12. Willow's boyfirned was MIA the entire middle of the book Where was the character development that led to that ending scene?

    13. openbooksociety/article/seBrought to you by OBS Reviewer JeanieSeven Threadly Sins is Janet Bolin’s much-anticipated fifth book in the Threadville Mystery series; it can be read as a stand alone because the author has embroidered in any necessary information to be new-reader-friendly. Threadville (Elderberry Bay) is the home to the new Threadville Academy of Design and Modeling, and first semester students are hosting their first fashion show. Included by the invite of Antonio, the director, a [...]

    14. Willow Vanderling and her Threadville neighbors never expected to be models, but here they are strutting their stuff in a fashion show, that is hosted by the new Threadville Academy of Design and Modeling to support the scholarship fund. But when the leader of the Academy, Antionio, insults their efforts,Willow is desperate to redeem their honor. But at the reception the great Antionio, falls down choking and Ned's up dead, all fingers and suspicions point to Willow. Willow will soon discover th [...]

    15. I want to move here! This is my type of town and it is filled with my type of people. The characters, all of them, are so much fun, witty, and down to earth. I jumped in to this series on this part with no background reading and fell right into the story with no problems. In fact, I felt so at home reading this that I have already ordered the first four parts. This will be a series I read from start to finish!Aside from a quaint setting where everything is so close, people mostly walk where they [...]

    16. This is book five in the series. You can enjoy it without having read the previous books. Your appreciation of the reoccurring characters would be fuller if you have seen them before. Clay, Haylee, Vicki and others are back along with Sally-Forth and Tally-Ho. The backdrop setting is a town called Threadville. So anyone that enjoys crafting that involves fabric, embroidery or needlecraft will enjoy that aspect. Indeed, a fashion show is what gets things rolling.For me, there was a drawback - I d [...]

    17. "Seven Threadly Sins" is a cozy mystery. This book was the fifth in the series, but you don't need to read the previous novels to understand this one. This story didn't spoil the previous whodunits.The mystery had plenty of clues--so many that I found it hard to keep track of what was what. I love clue-filled, puzzle mysteries! The main characters were nice, interesting people. The heroine was great at coming up with possibilities as to who may have a motive and how it was done (using the clues) [...]

    18. Threadville gets an academy of art design and modelling. Unfortunately the head of the school is a jerk! He sets up a fashion show as a fund raiser for scholarships and talks the talented shop owners to make and model his designs. Then he ridicules the ladies at the end of the fashion show. At the receptionist following the show he eats an almond and dies. Unfortunately his allergy meds and a bag of almonds are planted in Willow's things at the fashion show. And one of the schools' teachers is t [...]

    19. I received this book for free through a promotion. When I first started reading this book, I was a little hesitant, since I am not much of a sewing enthusiast. As I read to the end of chapter 1, I was quite engrossed in this enjoyable story. In fact, I liked it so much, that I set down this 5th book in the Threadville series and found the first book in the series to read before I read "Seven Threadly Sins". The first book does give you a little bit more background to the characters, but the aut [...]

    20. Murder she wrote meets dinner theater. This books just did not do it for me. I found the writing flat. Much of the storyline was Willow's inner monologue and Willow did not seem to think and act like someone her age. She's only 34 years old but behaves like someone much older. She seems to have lost her youth. The book focused on Willow's infatuation with Clay just as much as the murder but the two just did not have much chemistry. The interaction between the two seemed stale and contrived. I've [...]

    21. Excellent Addition to a Great SeriesSeven Threadly Sins is terrific. I have enjoyed all the books in the Threadville series but I think this is my favorite as the mystery is well plotted but, Bolin does a great job involving all of the past characters in the hunt for the truth.Since I am a crafter , quilter and sewist I enjoy the tips and ideas in the books but they don't interfere with the flow of the plot. So, I would think that even a non-crafter would not be put off the story.I especially la [...]

    22. Elderberry Bay, nicknamed Threadville, is a community based on shops dealing with needlecraft of different sorts--in other words, from my perspective, one of the lower circles of Hell. But Willow loves machine embroidery, and her shop, and the always-willing-t0-help community her friends have created. That's why she finds herself involved with a charity fashion show by the latest business in town, the Threadville Academy of Design and Modeling, and also the lead suspect when t he head of the Aca [...]

    23. I have not read the other books in this series but this is a stand lone read you won't be lost or feel like you have missed out of anything. This book was fantastic the clues where well done and there are several to keep you guessing and the characters were great. Antonio must have had an allergy and someone has hidden his meds. Willow and her friends Dora, Ashley and Hayley try and figure out what is going on.Willow had more than just a murder to solve she wants to know what is up with Loretta [...]

    24. Book #5 in the Threadville Mystery series is another great read. Willa, her friends and their shops devoted to every aspect of crafting fabric and thread work murder solving into busy schedules. The characters are lively, the setting is real and the murders are plotted with twists, turns, ups and downs. The author keeps your interest going with every scene. This a really enjoyable series and is always an entertaining experience. I like how all the threads get pulled together for surprise endings [...]

    25. I enjoyed visiting Threadville again, even though I do not sew. I really enjoy this series, the characters, and the setting. I really enjoyed this book, it kept my attention from the time I picked it up till I finished it. I kind of thought I knew who the killer was, but Janet did a good job making me second guess myself. Willow sure does get herself in some sticky, and stinky situations in this book! Sometimes, I found myself laughing out loud (LOL). I received a complimentary copy of this book [...]

    26. GREAT READ!!! I really enjoyed this book. This is the first time I have read a book from this author and enjoyed it. Even though this is the 5th book in the series it can be a stand alone book. But once you read it you will want to read the other ones too!! I know I am going to go and read the rest. A review copy was provided to me for an honest review. This did not persuade my opinion on this book.

    27. Janet Bolin gives us another wonderful look into the lives of the Threadville residents. After unkind remarks are made by the director of the Threadville Academy of Design and Modeling, Willow and Haylee dig in to find out who silenced him. All the evidence leads the police to suspect Willow. So the residents keep digging to uncover all the secrets and unmask the real killer.

    28. Willow and her friends are involved in a fashion show for a new design school that is in Threadville. Antonio who runs the school along with his wife Paula and two teachers named Loretta and Kent. Antonio during the fashion show makes not so nice comments about the people in the show.

    29. Those 7 Threadly Sins cause a huge tangle that is cleverly unknotted! I could have used a little more details about the suspects, especially the victim. Where did he come from? What an unlikeable person! However, the rest of the Threadville team are very likeable and their stores are fun to visit!

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