"Hooked on Murder" Setting our Picot Free!

The Crochet Liberation Front would like to award the author, Betty Hechtman for setting our picot free with her book, Hooked on Murder.

First of all I wish to applaude her for making us our own mystery novel with crochet playing an integral role. I have to admit being a mystery lover I’ve been a wee bit jealous of all the pointy stick action.

As far as books go, I have to say it’s not a bad read, it’s good light reading, and I really enjoyed getting to know the main character Molly Pink. I found myself wanting to help ease her frustration and confidence as she learned to crochet…

I see a huge potential for the series to mature and bloom, as will Molly’s crochet skills.

But hey we hookers got a murder mystery, and an author who cares enough about hooks to give us some juicy sleuthing! YAY!

Betty Hechtman you are duly awarded the Set My Picot Free Award for liberating the hook from literary oppression!

(For the record this group started in July 2007, the book came out in 2008, LOL…no I didn’t start the group because of the book…and yes I’ve been asked that question ๐Ÿ™‚ LOL)

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2 responses to “"Hooked on Murder" Setting our Picot Free!

  1. Betty Hechtman

    The name of your website cracked me up. I’m so glad you appreciated my book. I DEAD MEN DON’T CROCHET comes out in December. There’s more crochet and more fun. Hookers rule!

  2. Crochet Liberation Front

    Thank you Betty! I’m looking forward to the new book! Feel free to trawl through the CLF Message board on Ravelry for some interesting crocheter viewpoint research fodder! LOL…

    Hookers so do rule ๐Ÿ™‚

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