“MacRae writes with familiarity, wit, and charm.” Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine

Spinning in Her Grave

A HAUNTED YARN SHOP MYSTERY March 2014 Nothing, not even the ghost haunting her shop, prepares Kath for the mystery that will leave the whole town spinning . . . Available in paperback or e-book from your locally-owned independent bookstore,Read More »

Dyeing Wishes

Dyeing WishesA HAUNTED YARN SHOP MYSTERY Kath and her friends in TGIF – Thank Goodness it’s Fiber – visit Cloud Hollow Farm to learn the fine art of dyeing . . . Available in paperback, e-book, or audio from your locally-ownedRead More »

Last Wool and Testament

A HAUNTED YARN SHOP MYSTERY Winner of the 2013 Lovey Award for Best Paranormal / Sci-fi Novel and Suspense Magazine’s Best of 2012. Kath Rutledge is about to learn the true meaning of TGIF – Thank Goodness It’s Fiber…. “ARead More »

Are you looking for my brother Andrew MacRae's website?
You can find me
at Killer Characters on the 23rd of each month,
at Amy Alessio's award-winning Vintage Cookbooks & Crafts blog on the first Monday of each month,
on facebook and Pinterest,
or almost any day in the children's department at the Champaign Public Library.
Free podcast
Listen to Margaret & Bitsy in "Fandango by Flashlight" from the December 2005 issue of Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine.
Reviews for Lawn Order
"Murder with a dose of drollery . . . Margaret, the independent-bookstore-owner-sleuth, entertains us as much as Nero Wolf's smart aleck sidekick, Archie Goodwin." ~ The Boston Globe
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"MacRae's witty first of a new cozy series." ~ Publisher's Weekly
read the whole review here
on "Voices in Mystery" with host Nancy Carlson. 2010 and 2008
in "Smile Politely" Champaign-Urbana's online magazine, March 14, 2011 by Jeremiah Stanley