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  • Author:
    Rett MacPherson
  • ISBN:
    0312362218
  • ISBN13:
    978-0312362218
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  • Publisher:
    Minotaur Books; First Edition edition (March 6, 2007)
  • Pages:
    240 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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    4.1
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Died in the Wool by Rett MacPherson is further proof than an author can indeed start a series, create a number of works following the adventures and . The Tories O'Shea Mysteries are cozy mysteries through and though. The author has certainly mastered this particular genre.

Died in the Wool by Rett MacPherson is further proof than an author can indeed start a series, create a number of works following the adventures and exploits of one individual, and still maintain the quality of the first book in said series. I have read eight Torie O'Shea Mysteries now, and to be honest, they just get better and better. As with most of her other works, the setting is in a small river town, south of St. Louis.

Died in the Wool book. Whe Died In The Wool Rett MacPherson St. Martin’s Minotaur, 2007, 226 pps. ISBN No. 978-0-312-36221-8. Torie O'Shea feels like an old friend- she's a genealogist, while I'm very interested in genealogy, and she's also very nosy and can't stop until she's found out the whole story and I'm well, nosy too! This one involves a century old mystery- about a family whose three grown children all committed suicide. The daughter of the family made exquisite quilts.

Rett MacPherson is the author of nine previous Torie O'Shea novels. She lives with her husband and three children in a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. Died in the Wool Torie O'Shea Mysteries (Том 10). Библиографические данные. Автор. St. Martin's Publishing Group, 2014. 1466888806, 9781466888807.

Also by Rett MacPherson. This book is for my husband. I, Torie O’Shea, wear several hats in this town. I used to work as a tour guide for Sylvia and Wilma Pershing, who had owned the Gaheimer House. who lives with my little quirks-like never having enough roses, or enough quilts, or enough fabric, or enough books-and manages not to complain, too much. And who at the end of the day still considers me his woman. And for the amazing women on my family tree. Now I own the Gaheimer House. Sylvia left it to me when she passed away last year.

Died in the Wool - Rett MacPherson. The author and publisher have provided this e-book to you for your personal use only.

Rett MacPherson’s delightful mystery series featuring genealogist and amateur sleuth Torie O’Shea is perfect for . Torie O'Shea Mysteries (Volume 10) Rett MacPherson St. Martin's Publishing Group

Rett MacPherson’s delightful mystery series featuring genealogist and amateur sleuth Torie O’Shea is perfect for fans of the cozy genre. Set in the small town of New Kassel, Missouri, Torie uses her skills for tracing and untangling family trees to help solve murders (both new and old) and track down missing persons, among other enigmas. Martin's Publishing Group.

In Rett MacPherson's charming cozy mysteries, genealogist Torie O'Shea always seems to be right in the .

In Rett MacPherson's charming cozy mysteries, genealogist Torie O'Shea always seems to be right in the middle of it all in the goings-on in New Kassel, Missouri. When a drought hits the tiny river town and the depth of the mighty Mississippi lowers, Torie is one of the first on the scene to see what the water has revealed: the decades-old wreckage of a riverboat.

by. MacPherson, Rett. O'Shea, Torie (Fictitious character). New York : St. Martin's Minotaur. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; china; americana. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

Rudy came with Mary to drive me home. Mom was waiting at the door as I came up the steps. I can make you a bed on the couch if you want d. I’m just a little stiff. All I did was bump my head. They just kept me overnight for observation. She looked tired, I noticed. Dark smudges lay underneath her eyes, ruining her otherwise perfect creamy complexion

With the Garden Club's First Annual Rose Show right around the corner and a historic house up for sale, Torie O'Shea, mother of three and president of the historical society in New Kassel, Missouri, has her hands full.

Bandiri
I really enjoyed this book, just as I have enjoyed all the Torie books. Rhett MacPherson really has a talent for bringing her characters to life, warts and all, and keeping me waiting for the next book. I highly reocmmend this series to mystery fans, and even non-mystery fans who like interesting characters.

The only problem I had with my copy is that something went wrong, apparently in the binding process. Near the end, right when the murderer was being disclosed, every other page or two was not the page it was supposed to be. Instead there were pages from an entirely different book in an entirely different style--it seemed like some kind of victorian romance--sprinkled in where the real pages should have been. I could still figure out who did it, but I wish all the pages had been there. I wonder if that other book had Rhett MacPherson's pages?? It was very weird. Has anybody else encountered this?
DrayLOVE
The history in this book goes back to The Great War (also known now as World War 1) and a house that has kept its secrets hidden. Torie buys the house for a fabric and quilt museum and tries to solve the mysteries of the family that used to live there. Of course she is still chasing after her rambunctious kids and teaching her husband the need for patience. We learn more about the colorful residents in this small Missouri town. It is a quick read and very entertaining. Rett scores another home run with this one. I can't wait to read the next one.
The_NiGGa
An outstanding writer of mystery stories.
Shliffiana
Died in the Wool by Rett MacPherson is further proof than an author can indeed start a series, create a number of works following the adventures and exploits of one individual, and still maintain the quality of the first book in said series. I have read eight Torie O'Shea Mysteries now, and to be honest, they just get better and better.

As with most of her other works, the setting is in a small river town, south of St. Louis. In this story, our heroine gets involved in a triple suicide that occurred shortly after the First World War. Three siblings, two brothers and a sister commit suicide within a very short time. Years later, as Torie plans to buy the wonderful old house and turn it into a quilting and fabric museum, she, as is her nature, comes across some very strange happenings, or coincidences as she accomplishes her genealogical research. Was it suicide, or was it murder? If you are a follower of this series, you will know that Torie just cannot leave a question, any question, unanswered. She may drive half a dozen people nuts, but she will find the answers she is looking for.

The Tories O'Shea Mysteries are cozy mysteries through and though. The author has certainly mastered this particular genre. In this work she has woven quilting, roses, genealogy, family, and the regular characters in her village into a nicely done little mystery that actually takes some thinking on the reader's part. The author has stayed true to her characters as with the other books in this series. Her writing style, rather than getting sloppy, as we often see in "series books" has improved...she is getting better and better with each novel. This is impressive, as I thought her first effort was quite out of the ordinary for a new author. Obviously a lot of research and time has gone into creating this delightful story. I do wish that more of our first line authors stuck with quality writing, and well thought out stories as MacPherson has with all of her novels. We would all be much better off for it.

For a nice, interesting, humorous, informative, and well...cozy read, I cannot recommend this one highly enough. Do be warned though, this is one of those that once you read the first couple of pages, you will be hooked and will find the book difficult to put down.
Cordabor
Torie O'Shea is the central character in Rett MacPherson's series and to say the least, she is a hoot. Entertaining is an inadequate word. Torie is a genologist who has lived in the small Missouri town all her life and knows not only every citizen but their entire family history. And she uses that knowledge to solve the current mystery.

More than the process of solving crimes to the reader are the bumps along the road of Torie's antics and sometimes outrageous derring-do activites. She has a unique and loving relationship with her hubby, who understands and wrote the book on the word patience, and her children are challenging to put it midly. A totally entertaining read watching Torie navigate between the current family crisis, the need to move to an audacious adventure to solve the crime, and the guts and grits it takes to maintain her livlihood of museum curator and geneologist.

Torie is a busy lady and following her around while she navigates her daily non-routine existance is fun, fun, fun. You might want to go back and start at the beginning - or at least read a few earlier books to get the gist of the main character and her encounters, but any book you read you will laugh and muse, and when completed, the smile will still be there. You cannot help it, I promise.
Hbr
FIRST OF ALL, I DON'T KNOW HOW MS. MACPHERSON CAME UP WITH THE TITLE "DIED IN THE WOOL". THE STORY IS ABOUT QUILTING. I FOUND MYSELF FALLING ASLEEP READING IT. GRANTED IT WAS AT THE END OF THE DAY, BUT AT THE END OF THE DAY, I LOOK FORWARD TO SITTING DOWN WITH A GREAT BOOK. THIS JUST WASN'T IT FOR ME. TOO MANY CHARACTERS TO FOLLOW.
THIS WAS MY FIRST RETT MACPHERSON BOOK. MAYBE I'LL GIVE HER ANOTHER TRY.