When the historic Hopkins ferry was raised from the bottom of the lake, who would have thought they were literally raising the dead? But there it was-a skeleton-right before their eyes. Unfortunately, the evidence is slim and soggy: the boat sank in 1949, the victim on board was a woman, and near the body is a piece of unidentifiable lacelike fabric. Sounds like a job for Betsy Devonshire. Betsy knows there's more to this story than what's on the surface. And once she and patrons of her needlecraft shop start lending a hand, they are sure to stitch together the details of this unnerving mystery.
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by Monica Ferris
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