Murder in a Scottish Shire Series with Junction Fiber Mill Set
Murder in a Scottish Shire Series with Junction Fiber Mill Set
Murder in a Scottish Shire Series with Junction Fiber Mill Set
Murder in a Scottish Shire Series with Junction Fiber Mill Set
Murder in a Scottish Shire Series with Junction Fiber Mill Set
Murder in a Scottish Shire Series with Junction Fiber Mill Set
Murder in a Scottish Shire Series with Junction Fiber Mill Set
Murder in a Scottish Shire Series with Junction Fiber Mill Set
Murder in a Scottish Shire Series with Junction Fiber Mill Set
Murder in a Scottish Shire Series with Junction Fiber Mill Set

Murder in a Scottish Shire Series with Junction Fiber Mill Set

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Back by popular demand! We are so happy to be able to restock this book bundle.  With this restock, you'll receive a neutral skein of Junction Fiber Mill's Farm Fresh North Country Cheviot in either White, Grey, or Black along with the wildly popular Making Tracks in the Thistle colorway.

This Murder in a Scottish Shire Series paired with Junction Fiber Mill Yarn is a box full of time well spent! We couldn't resist topping off this set with a Woolly Thistle Tote and the most darling Scottie Dog stitch marker set.

This book series, by Traci Hall a USA Today best selling author, will transport you to Nairn a seaside Scottish town. Paislee Shaw, the main character owns a custom sweater and yarn business. Her charming life is not without struggles and we just love how the Scottish Shire series is able to connect us to Scotland and our knitting! In the beautiful Making Tracks yarn, we've got three new colorways from Junction Fiber Mill and you can choose which color you'd like in your set!  

Included in the Set:

  • Farm Fresh Yarn by Junction Fiber Mill  (1x 100 gram skeins - neutral color: black white or grey; DK weight)
  • Making Tracks Yarn by Junction Fiber Mill  (1x 100 gram skeins; DK weight; select your color in the dropdown menu)
  • Book Set by Traci Hall (3 books) Titles Include:
         - Murder in a Scottish Shire
        - Murder in a Scottish Garden
        - Murder at a Scottish Social
  • The Woolly Thistle Tote Bag
  • Scottie Dog progress keeper with stitch markers set in 2" tin

Click the Description button for more information on each book in the series. Learn more about Junction Fiber Mill Farm Fresh Yarn here and Junction Fiber Mill Making Tracks Yarn here!


Book 1: Murder in a Scottish ShireKnown as the Brighton of the North, Nairn is both a charming Scottish town and a popular seaside resort—but to Paislee Shaw, it's simply home—unfortunately to a murderer . . .
 
For a twenty-eight-year-old single mum, Paislee has knit together a sensible life for herself, her ten-year-old son Brody, and Wallace, their black Scottish terrier. Having inherited a knack for knitting from her dear departed grandmother, Paislee also owns a specialty sweater shop called Cashmere Crush, where devoted local crafters gather weekly for her Knit and Sip.
 
Lately, though, Paislee feels as if her life is unraveling. She’s been served an eviction notice, and her estranged and homeless grandfather has just been brought to her door by a disconcertingly handsome detective named Mack Zeffer. As if all that wasn't enough, Paislee discovers a young woman who she recently rehired to help in the shop dead in her flat, possibly from an overdose of her heart medicine. But as details of the death and the woman’s life begin to raise suspicions for Detective Inspector Zeffer, it’s Paislee who must untangle a murderous yarn . . .

Book 2: Murder in a Scottish Garden: From USA Today bestselling author Traci Hall, the second Scottish Shire Mystery returns to the charming seaside town of Nairn and the busy life of single mom Paislee Shaw, owner of a specialty sweater shop, knitting enthusiast, and reluctant sleuth...

In the charming Scottish shire of Nairn, sweater shop owner Paislee Shaw must root out a garden variety killer...
 
Paislee's custom sweater and yarn business, Cashmere Crush, is the sole support for not only the single mum and her ten-year-old son Brody, but also her eccentric Gramps and Wallace, their black Scottish terrier. So when her landlord, Shawn Marcus, serves her an eviction notice and then pulls a disappearing act, she'll go to any lengths to find the man and reason with him.
 
Shawn is heir to the Leery Estate, which Brody's class will be visiting on a field trip. So Paislee volunteers to chaperone in the hopes of tracking down Shawn and killing two birds with one stone. Unfortunately, the only one killed is a man Paislee sees falling out of the hedges after being shot. It's not her missing landlord, but Lady Leery's nephew, Charles Thomson. Gruff DI Mack Zeffer is on the case, but Paislee also has a stake in flushing out the shooter. With suspects sprouting up like weeds, Paislee may need to hedge her bets until she can determine who is trying to lead her down the garden path...

Book 3: Murder at a Scottish Social: When a tainted Scottish shortbread cookie kills the Queen Bee of a competitive mom clique, Paislee Shaw, owner of Cashmere Crush sweater shop and knitting sleuth, must unravel the clues in the third installment of Traci Hall’s Scottish Shire Mystery series.
 
Opening her shop Cashmere Crush and making a new home for herself, her son Brody, Gramps, and their black Scottish terrier Wallace in the beautiful Scottish village of Nairn is a dream come true. So Paislee is happy to give back by donating a luxurious cashmere sweater for an auction to raise money for the Nairn Food Bank. She’s less happy to make the acquaintance of a clique of competitive moms at the charity event, who treat a baking contest like it’s life or death. It turns out to be the latter for Queen Bee Kristen Buchanan when a peanut-laced shortbread cookie triggers her fatal nut allergy.
 
Who would poison Kristen? How about half the town? But when Paislee’s pal Blaise is suspected, the sweater-selling sleuth leaps into action to unravel the mystery. Along with gruff but handsome DI Mack Zeffer, she has to sort through a batch of suspects without becoming this cookie-cutter killer’s next target…

 

 

 

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