Wednesday, September 20, 2023

Spotlight: Killer Hooks: A Crochet Mystery by Betty Hechtman (Blog Tour)


Killer Hooks: A Crochet Mystery by Betty Hechtman

About Killer Hooks


Killer Hooks: A Crochet Mystery 

Cozy Mystery 15th in Series 

Setting - California 

Beyond the Page (September 18, 2023) 

Paperback ‏ : ‎ 230 pages 

ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1960511300 

ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1960511300 

Digital ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0CGVQV2WL

When a baby girl is dropped off on Molly Pink’s doorstep, her life is thrown into disarray as she is putting together a troublesome author event at the bookstore where she works.

The author is a demanding former Hollywood columnist whose book is filled with upbeat stories, but who wants to promote a true crime podcast she is about to launch based on the dark side of what she left out of her columns.

At the same time, Molly’s son has asked her to investigate a potential investor in his production company. The baby, who happens to be Molly’s estranged granddaughter offers her an opening into an elite mommy group, a member of which is the wife of the person Molly is to investigate.

When the columnist dies suddenly, Molly finds herself in the crosshairs of an unfamiliar detective who considers her the prime suspect. Molly recruits the help of the Tarzana Hookers to help with all.

About Betty Hechtman

Betty Hechtman is the national bestselling author of the Crochet Mysteries, the Yarn Retreat Mysteries, and the Writer for Hire Mysteries. Handicraft and writing are her passions and she is thrilled to be able to combine them in all of her series. Betty grew up on the South Side of Chicago and has a degree in Fine Art. Since College, she has studied everything from improv comedy to magic. She has had an assortment of professions, including volunteer farm worker picking fruit on a kibbutz tucked between Lebanon and Syria, nanny at a summer resort, waitress at a coffee house, telephone operator, office worker at the Writer’s Guild, public relations assistant at a firm with celebrity clients, and newsletter editor at a Waldorf school. She has written newspaper and magazine pieces, short stories, screenplays, and a middle-grade mystery, Stolen Treasure. She lives with her family and stash of yarn in Southern California. See for more information, excerpts from all her books, and photos of all the projects of the patterns included in her books. She blogs on Fridays at, and you can join her on Facebook at BettyHechtmanAuthor.


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  1. Sounds like a fun read.

    Have a fabulous day and rest of the week. Scritches to the kitties. ♥

  2. The plot twists sound almost like a soap opera, it would certainly been a fascinating story.


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