Synopsis: When offered a rare opportunity to help develop a fledgling historic site dedicated to Finnish American history and heritage, curator Chloe Ellefson journeys to the remote Northwoods of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. In addition to the consultant job, she’s on a personal quest to learn about the enduring tradition of rag rug weaving. Encountering a dead body upon arrival, however, immediately puts that goal in jeopardy. Although suspicion soon falls on her new colleagues, Chloe is determined to persevere even if it means ignoring the advice of her new husband, police officer Roelke McKenna. Can she identify the killer and complete her mission, or will all her dreams unravel?
Critique: A Chloe Ellefson Mystery featuring a plucky, sharp-minded curator, The Weaver’s Revenge brings Chloe to the Northwoods of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, as a consultant on the development of a historic site celebrating Finnish- American heritage. When she discovers a dead body on the premises, her police officer husband advises her to withdraw, but Chloe decides to persevere! Can she identify the killer before she becomes the next target? A cozy mystery that brings the rustic charm of the Midwest to life, even incorporating the tradition of rag rug weaving, The Weaver’s Revenge will delight connoisseurs of the genre. It should be noted for personal reading lists that The Weaver’s Revenge is also available in a Kindle edition ($9.98).