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Sally Goldenbaum is the author of three dozen novels, most recently the Seaside Knitters Mystery Series, set in the fictional town of Sea Harbor, Massachusetts
  Sally was born in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and now lives in Prairie Village, Kansas, with her husband, Don and a terrific Aussie, Sophie. 
   In addition to writing mysteries, Sally has taught philosophy, Latin, and creative writing, edited bioethics and veterinary healthcare journals, and worked in public television at WQED-Pittsburgh (then home to Mr. Rogers and his Neighborhood). 
    Sally's family includes her husband, Don, three wonderful adult children, their fine spouses, and six amazing grandchildren.

Genres: Cozy Mystery, Romance
New and upcoming books
Queen Bees Quilt Mystery
   1. A Patchwork of Clues (2003)
     aka Murders On Elderberry Road
   2. A Thread of Darkness (2004)
     aka A Murder of Taste
   3. A Bias for Murder (2005)
     aka Murder on a Starry Night
Seaside Knitters Mystery
   1. Death By Cashmere (2008)
   2. Patterns in the Sand (2009)
   3. Moon Spinners (2010)
   4. A Holiday Yarn (2010)
   5. The Wedding Shawl (2011)
   6. A Fatal Fleece (2012)
   7. Angora Alibi (2013)
   8. Murder in Merino (2014)
   9. A Finely Knit Murder (2015)
   10. Trimmed With Murder (2015)
   11. Murder at Lambswool Farm (2016)
   Banjo Man (1986) (with Adrienne Staff)
   Crescendo (1986) (with Adrienne Staff)
   Kevin's Story (1986) (with Adrienne Staff)
   A Dream to Cling to (1987)
   The Baron (1987)
   Honeymoon Hotel (1988)
   Chantilly Lace (1988)
   Once in Love with Jessie (1989)
   The Passionate Accountant (1990)
   A Fresh Start (1990)
   Mornings at Seven (1991)
   For Men Only (1994)
   Moonlight on Monterey Bay (1994)
Sally Goldenbaum recommends
Seams Deadly (2023)
(Measure Twice Sewing Mystery, book 1)
Maggie Bailey
"Seams Deadly is packed with all the right ingredients for this delightful new series: a lovable, talented heroine who sews her own clothes (and rescues a memorable 'velociraptor' cat); a charming small town filled with quirky characters; and a mystery that will keep you guessing."
Dead on the Vine (2020)
(Finn Family Farm Mystery, book 1)
Elle Brooke White
"A debut cozy mystery with a delightful and winning combination: a feisty heroine, a pig named Horse, an enchanting farm—and a mystery that will keep you guessing. Dead on the Vine checks all the boxes!"
A Crafter Knits a Clue (2018)
(Handcrafted Mystery, book 1)
Holly Quinn
"Readers of craft mysteries will love meeting Sammy Kane and following her around the small Wisconsin town as she cleverly tracks down the killer of a rival shop owner in this charming new mystery."
Dead and Breakfast (2017)
(Merry Ghost Inn Mystery, book 1)
Kate Kingsbury
"Dead and Breakfast is an intriguing whodunit enriched with two plucky heroines opening a seaside bed and breakfast, a ghost with a delightful laugh, and a splash of romance. All the ingredients necessary for an entertaining red from start to surprising finish."

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