Book one of the Mainely Needlepoint mystery series. Meet Angie who returns to her hometown in Maine after her mothers body was discovered almost 20 years after she went missing. Angie had moved away to escape the stigma that she grew up under, and upon her return she must deal with accepting the past in order to move forward in the future. Grams needs her help after her group of needle pointers were swindled out of thousands of dollars by a business part gone rogue. As Angie tries to juggle all of these problems the business partner ends up dead with her and Grams under suspicion for his murder. I love the story building, and the characters are easy to get attached to. I will admit that arts of book moved a little slow which I found disappointing so I can only give it 3/5 stars.