For any reader out there who enjoys mysteries as well as family life and quilt-making may I suggest Earlene Fowler's "Benni Harper" series. There are 13 of them, each named for a quilt pattern, and they just get better and better from number one to number 13. I'm on the last one now, and beginning to panic almost as all the characters have begun to feel like family. I've also learned a lot about the various quilt patterns, when and how they emerged into the history of our country. Excellent light reading. Mrs Fowler is a very gifted writer and her books hold my interest like no other author since John D. McDonald's Travis McGee series.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.
Source: A friend told me about Earlene Fowler.
By Julia from Boca Raton, FL
I have the whole series, and I LOVE it!
I am already "lonesome" for Benni Harper's family,
and can't wait for "State Fair" to come out in paperback.
I have trouble holding onto the hardbacks now or I'd
have it ordered in a heartbeat.
Have you read any of Earlene Fowler's books (other
than the Benni Harper series? I'm going to try them
too hoping that her fantastic style of writing is
evident in them as well.
I'm so glad to touch base with another reader
in our group, Thank you for writing.
Julia in Boca Raton, FL
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