I had great expectations for this fourth installment of the Molly Pink crochet mystery series, and I was not disappointed a bit. I especially liked the way Molly's relationships between her and Mason, and her and Barry, are developing. Her dealings with her sister (and fellow) crocheters/Hookers are deepening as well and in the most satisfying ways. Of course there is the mystery to play out, and it is fairly and intricately constructed and resolved. I also enjoyed the descriptions of the locale and the additional players, too. The wit of Molly is ever present. There is also no way I can read one of Betty Hechtman's books without wanting to enjoy the goodies she includes the recipes for at the end of the book. A really fun ride.