As a professional Scottish dancer, Liss MacCrimmon has performed
strathsprays and reels, jigs and Highland flings until a knee injury
cuts her career short. Returning to her hometown of Moosetookalook,
Maine, she decides to help her aunt run her Scottish emporium.
Liss hasn't been in Moosetookalook in over ten years, but the quaint
little town, nestled in the hilly terrain of western Maine, looks
exactly as she remembers it. But then her bliss soon turns to dread when
she finds the dead body of her aunt's nosy neighbor, Amanda Norris,
under a bolt of Flower of Scotland fabric in the stock room. And if
things weren't bad enough, the state police hone in on Liss as the prime
Now Liss will have to do some fancy footwork to prove she's innocent while avoiding becoming the killer's next victim. . .
"A blithe and bonny mystery from Kaitlyn Dunnett! Cozy mystery readers
should pour a cuppa and settle down to savor the flavor of the
Highlands, the wee dram of Scottish folklore and the small town
skullduggery that season this clever debut."
--Nancy Martin, author of the Blackbird Sisters Mysteries
"Strong local color and a surprise ending will make this a hit with the cozy crowd."
"A nice little debut with enough local color and romance to make a congenial addition to the cozy ranks."