New from Quilts of Love: Scraps of Evidence by Barbara Cameron | Kindle HDX Giveaway and Blog Tour

Barbara Cameron‘s Scraps of Evidence is the newest book in the Quilts of Love line, and Barbara is celebrating with an “intriguing” Kindle HDX giveaway!


One winner will receive:

  • A Kindle Fire HDX
  • Scraps of Evidence by Barbara Cameron
  • Tempest’s Course by Lynette Sowell
  • Aloha Rose by Lisa Carter

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{More about Scraps of Evidence}

Scraps of Evidence: A Quilt of Love book.

Tess has taken some ribbing from her fellow officer, Logan,for her quilting hobby. He finds it hard to align the brisk professional officer he patrols with during the day with the one who quilts in her off-time. Besides, he’s been trying to get to know her better and he’d like to be seeing her during those couple nights a week she spends with her quilting guild.

Then one afternoon Tess and Logan visit her aunt in the nursing home and she acts agitated when Tess covers her with the story quilt. Aunt Susan seems to be communicating a message to them about Tess’s uncle. There’s a story behind this quilt, they realize, one that may lead them to a serial killer. Will they have a chance to have a future together or will the killer choose Tess for his next victim before they find him?

Learn more about this book and the series at the Quilts of Love website.

Barbara Cameron

{More About Barbara Cameron}

Barbara Cameron has a heart for writing about the spiritual values and simple joys of the Amish. She is the best-selling author of more than 40 fiction and nonfiction books, three nationally televised movies, and the winner of the first Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award. Her books have been nominated for Carol Awards and the Inspirational Reader’s Choice Award from RWA’s Faith, Hope, and Love chapter. Barbara resides in Jacksonville, Florida.

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    Scraps of Evidence is an excellent murder mystery about a serial killer in a small town, over many years. The author, Barbara Cameron does a great job bringing the characters to life, allowing the reader to fill at home in this small town, as well as keeping you on pins and needles as the facts of the murders are revealed…and….well, I can’t share everything, as it wouldn’t be as much fun as reading this delightful book.

    I do hope there is a follow-on to this particular book, as well as Barbara writing more murder mysteries. This was a delight to read. I did not want to put it down.


    Written by SewCalGal on May 28, 2014 | e
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  • This one tells the story of the Quilt itself, and how it is linked to mystery. Two detectives are trying to track down a serial killer and solve a cold case. Of course there is some romance thrown in like a brightly coloured fabric to add to the depth of a quilt. A quick read that will warm your heart.

    Written by Married to the Cloth on April 4, 2014 | e


    Scraps of Evidence by Barbara Cameron is a difficult book to describe. At one end of the spectrum, it’s a sweet yet tough book about a young female officer, her love for her hometown and her burgeoning interest in a hunky newcomer. On the other hand, this book has a really creepy side to it with unusual clues and a sadistic serial killer.

    Written by Lavish Bookshelf on March 31, 2014 | e
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    The author kept me glued to this book guessing at the turn of every page who might be the killer only to keep me bound to the story until the end of the book to find the real killer. I felt many emotions anger at spousal abuse, fear of the killer, tenderness for young love and happiness that good conquers evil. Divine justice will prevail.

    Written by It’s Time To Read Mamaw on March 21, 2014 | e
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  • Cameron has written an exciting book. I did figure out the “who dunnit” part early on but this was also a good romance and the mystery unfolded at a fast pace that kept me happily reading. The final key that solved the mystery was a handmade quilt and that was an interesting twist. Cameron also created believable, likeable characters. Protagonists Tess and Logan were detective partners who were impressive and the villain was truly the worst of villains.
    Scraps of Evidence is a good way to spend an evening giving the reader an exciting mystery, a romance and an opportunity to get to know beautiful St. Augustine. I recommend this book and look forward to other books in this series.

    Written by Manifest Blog on March 20, 2014 | e


    I was absolutely drawn into this story for several reasons. One, I love the theme of quilting that runs through the story, and how it was an integral part of the mystery. Two, I enjoyed the characters, heroine Tess and hero Logan, and how their romance develops while they are both on the job and off. And third, I really was thrilled with the setting of this novel in St. Augustine, Florida – I have fond memories of this historic city and author Barbara Cameron did a great job of tying in the city with the story.

    If you are looking for a great series of books that feature quilting, the Quilts of Love is the one you are searching for. Each book is different, with some being mysteries and some being romances, but all have a strong theme of faith and inspiration woven through them.

    Written by Sharon’s Garden of Book Reviews on March 18, 2014 | e
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    A book that is hard to put down right to the end. If you like suspense then Barbara will keep you in suspense thought out the book. There is humor sprinkled among the mystery and suspense of the quilt and the murder. Whether you like the quilt aspect or the mystery aspect you can’t go wrong reading Scraps of Evidence.

    Written by 4 the LOVE of BOOKS on March 17, 2014 | e
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    I really quite enjoyed Scraps of Evidence. It was a well-written book with a great reading pace, and drew me into the story from the very first pages. While an Amish Fiction novel, it takes a bit of a departure from the genre but in a good way. The characters are all likeable and I felt that I could relate to many of them.

    Written by A Mom After God’s Own Heart on March 16, 2014 | e

  • I loved Scraps of Evidence – from the Quilts of Love book series! It started off great, and by the time I’d read ⅓ of the book I couldn’t put it down. I read this one in two days. The storyline is so real and believable. The characters could be my neighbors. This fast-paced story kept me guessing until the end.

    Written by This Sweet Life on March 14, 2014 | e
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    First I have to say I love this series. I really don’t know much about quilting but am learning a bit by reading these books. I love how the story is incorporated with the quilt and it ties to real life. Tess is trying to find out who the serial killer is but now she is in trouble – she may be the next victim. Will Logan be able to save her? You will want to read Scraps of Evidence and all of the other books in the A Quilt of Love Book.

    Written by Kaisy Daisy’s Corner on March 14, 2014 | e
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    Blogger Review~ I just love this story and I imagine a quilt of love being woven together though each page as I read though the book. Looking forward to the next books in this series! Thank you to the ladies of LitFuse for sending me a review copy of this great book! God Bless!

    Written by Pamela Black blog on March 14, 2014 | e
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    I loved this book. It is a great story to curl up and read. I did not know how the quilt really tied in to the killer until the very end.

    Written by deal sharing aunt on March 13, 2014 | e
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  • Loved the mystery behind the quilt in this book. Many quilts have a past or a story behind them, but not all involve a crime. A fun book, one that you won’t want to put down!

    Written by Knits Reads and Reviews on March 13, 2014 | e
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    The story left me wanting more every time I put it down, so I finished the book very quickly.

    Written by Jen’s Journey on March 11, 2014 | e
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    Scraps of Evidence is a departure from the Amish fiction that most readers probably expect, yet Barbara’s excellent writing style and storytelling ability are very much present here. And certain similarities to Amish fiction – such as the quilting theme and small-town setting – make this story seem familiar and comfortable. This story has Barbara’s great writing style that I’ve come to expect and love, as well as an entertaining storyline and gripping mystery. I greatly enjoyed Scraps of Evidence and don’t hesitate to recommend it to all readers. I would love to see more of this style from Barbara.

    Written by The Power of Words on March 8, 2014 | e
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    Powerful story. This author deals with abuse, power struggles, and much more in this one novel and does it in such a way that she makes her point while still having a good read for the rest of us. Well done!

    Written by For Him and My Family on March 6, 2014 | e
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    There is a bit of romance to this book, but what I really liked is that it focused on the mystery the most. I liked the bit of humor here and there, too, but I like a book that has a clear mystery to it and stays focused on that aspect until the end.

    This book was a delight from beginning to end and I think you’ll enjoy it as much as I did. I give this book 5 our of 5 stars for the wonderful mystery, the quilting storyline and for the romance. Just a great story all the way around!!

    Written by Julie @ More Of Him on March 6, 2014 | e
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    This book kept my interest, and though I suspected who the killer was, I didn’t fully know until the end. Well rounded characters! The relationship between Tess and Logan seemed like one of those God ordained relationships!

    I would say this is a little more intense than a ‘cozy mystery’, though definitely not in the line of a ‘thriller’.

    Written by A Year of Jubilee Reviews on March 6, 2014 | e
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    After having read many of the Quilts of Love Series and enjoying them all, this book, by Barbara Cameron was no disappointment. I have read all of Barbara’s Amish fiction, loving them, but did not know if this book would equal the others!! Well, it SURE did!! This book carried forth the theme of the whole series, quilts and their importance and influence on our lives, how they travel through time, and tell a tale, sometimes good, other times, very worrying and distressful. Barbara did a super job developing the plot , a heirloom quilt that had quite a disturbing story to tell. I felt the fear of the main character, Tess! Talk about sitting on the edge of your seat!!!! I could NOT put the book down, as I fretted and worried about my newest friend. As Tess unravels the story behind the quilt, she is shocked to learn clues that may lead to a serial killer! A killer who is still active in keeping secrets well hidden! T|he fear was described in a realistic fashion, with Tess depending on her detective partner, Logan, to help her through .Just the right amount of romance was evident to lighten the mood of the story.

    Written by Quiet Quilter on March 6, 2014 | e
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    Ms. Cameron has given us a very interesting story that is a stand-alone in the Quilts of Love Series. A serial killer, a quilt, spousal abuse and romance are all ingredients in this page turning thriller. Tessa and Logan are newly teamed and just getting to know each other. However they are thrust into this investigation that the killer does not want them to complete. I think this is one mystery that will keep you guessing. And there is also the mystery of the quilt. Did I mention there is also a romance? Tessa and Logan are really great characters that we fall in love with and feel as though they are friends that we do not want to leave when the book is finished.

    Written by Vic’s Media Room on March 6, 2014 | e
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    Scraps Of Evidence by Barbara Cameron is an engaging cozy mystery that explores the question:

    Can a quilt really hold the secrets of a cunning serial killer?

    I really enjoyed this book. I found it easy to read and enjoyed the interplay between Tess and Logan – the two detectives investigating a present-day homicide with ties to Tess’s past.

    Although the mystery wasn’t as complicated as I would have liked – I guessed the killer’s identity early on in the book – the actual manner in which the plot develop was original and engaging.

    This is the 14th book in Abingdon Press’s Quilts Of Love Series and the first book in the series I have read. I loved it and can’t wait to read more (from both the series and the author!)

    Written by Create With Joy on March 5, 2014 | e
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    The best thing about any of the novels you find in the Quilts of Love series is why they do have a common thread running through them, you can pick up any of them and read them. They are not linked in any way other than having a quilt at the central theme. I’ve been a huge fan of Barbara Cameron’s novels and was thrilled to read and review this one. I love the romantic tension that builds up between Logan and Tess and you just hope by the time you get to the end, they both come around to realize love is in the air. I easily give this one a 4.5 out of 5 stars in my opinion. Included in this novel at the conclusion are some excellent discussion questions just perfect for book clubs as well as sneak peek into the next book in the series A Sky Without Stars.

    Written by Reviews From The Heart on March 5, 2014 | e
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  • What I enjoyed about this book is that, while a very easy book to read, it did bring up some interesting issues. A homeless man is a suspect, and there is some back and forth about whether the homeless actually commit more violent crime than other people. Almost everyone in the story is a workaholic — at least Tess is. Logan too, really. Is that what our priorities should be?

    Written by Footprints in the Butter on March 5, 2014 | e


    Set in a Florida, tourist town, small….everyone knows everyone, “Scraps of Evidence” is a great weekend read, filled with mystery, hints about Gods providence, the strength of family and for those who enjoy a sweet love story, a tale of two hard headed but like minded souls who find themselves, investigating a decade old mystery that not only re-surfaces but threatens the small town residents.

    With light humor throughout the story,”Scraps of Evidence” was a fun read that doesn’t take itself seriously but at the same time, bring well rounded characters that are quick to love and connect with in the story.

    Written by Sunflower Faith on March 4, 2014 | e
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    I have to say I loved the romance and attraction that was between Tess and Logan, the sparks there were very interesting. And while the story was a suspense, it fell a bit flat at the end. To readers of suspense, the killer was fairly evident early in the story, but I was disappointed that there wasn’t much explanation at the ending of why the killer did what he did. Barbara Cameron is a talented writer, and while this story wasn’t my favorite of her books, it will not deter me from reading her again. 3 stars
    This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review.

    Written by Cindy’s Book Reviews on March 3, 2014 | e
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    Scraps of Evidence, By Barbara Cameron is a fantastic book. Set in historic and beautiful St. Augustine. Oh man, would I LOVE to go back there. Tess is a cop. Her aunt raised her, along with her step-uncle. Her Aunt made a quilt for Gordon one year before they were married for his mother. He brought in blue pieces each week for Tess’s aunt to make into a quilt. This is a GREAT murder mystery kind of love story book. I like the suspense. The author kept my attention through out the entire book. I just could not put it down. No matter how hard I tried to do so. I give this 5/5 stars. I would recommend it to anyone.

    Written by My Mis-Matched World on March 3, 2014 | e
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    The writing is stellar up to Barbara Cameron’s usual standards. I enjoyed getting to know Tess. Logan is a real sweetheart, kind and considerate, and willing to let Tess do her job—both as a police officer and as a woman. The ending disappointed me. I expected it, but it was a total letdown.

    Written by Lighthouse Academy on March 3, 2014 | e
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    You get a sweet romantic story plus a mystery all wrapped up in one. What could be better for a beach vacation read or a cold winter weekend? I had a couple of people in mind who I was suspecting as the killer but I wasn’t really sure till very close to the end. Maybe you will guess faster than I did. I love mysteries!

    Written by Glamamamas Goodies on March 2, 2014 | e
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    I enjoyed this wonderful addition to the Quilts of Love series soooo much!
    First off, I loved Tess! She’s just a down-to-earth character and so likeable.
    The back and forth interaction between Tess and her new parter Logan was at times hilarious, sweet and irritating- and I loved every minute!
    Both of these characters are struggling with something from the past, and they really balance each other well.
    Another character I loved was Tess’ aunt…the author did an awesome job of tackling a very sensitive issue in this story and I applaud her class in handling it well!
    This story definitely kept me guessing, I had my suspicions…very clever!
    If you love a good mystery with some romance thrown in don’t miss Scraps of Evidence!!!

    Written by JoJo’s Corner on March 1, 2014 | e
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    This was such a good book! I enjoyed the whole premise as soon as I heard about it and knew I just had to read it. I mean, the idea that a quilt could help solve murders is certainly not something you read about every day. The story is fast paced, original and an all around great read so the synopsis definitely didn’t let me down. I highly recommend Scraps of Evidence for anyone who loves mystery, some romance, and oh, yeah, quilting!

    Written by Electively Paige on March 1, 2014 | e
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    For quilt lovers and mystery lovers this is an excellent read,it was kind of fun how the author inserted two things that many people enjoy and incorporated into one good read. I am not a quilter myself, but I did not find the quilting information tedious at all,it was just enough information to make one curious without too much to where it is cumbersome. The mystery was pretty simple,I figured out who the killer was early on, but they characters were still enjoyable and it was an overall good read.

    Written by Perfect Beginnings on March 1, 2014 | e


    This book was a pleasant surprise! I really enjoyed the characters and the suspenseful story line. The love story is sweet but the story does focus on the current homicide that the two detectives are dealing with. Tess lost her friend on the night of high school prom and ever since she has been trying to find the killer. When another victim shows up with the same signs Tess and her new partner uncover the past. I love how the author incorporated the quilt in with this book (I can’t giveaway details) but it was a very creative idea. While full of suspense, it’s slightly predictable (at least it was for me) but the quilt added a twist. For a short suspense with a touch of romance this makes for a good read!

    “I received this book from Litfuse free in exchange for an honest review.”

    Written by I Hope You Dance on March 1, 2014 | e
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    A great read…I LOVE the end and Tess’s character. She is still quite feminine, but as tough, strong, and capable as the male detectives (in some cases more so! :D )! And I LOVE the title, it is all a title should be in describing a book in and of it’s self!…High suspense and awesome scenes make Scraps of Evidence a great read and I think at the end of the day this is one of my favorites, if not my favorite, of the Quilts of Love series!!!…

    Written by ASC Book Reviews on March 1, 2014 | e
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    I was drawn in to the mystery of this story right away. Tess and Logan, as well as some of the other characters, seemed like people I would enjoy knowing and caring about. And the amount of romance mixed in with the drama made for an enjoyable story throughout most of the book. Toward the end, though, the story seemed rushed and a little disjointed. There are questions that are not quite answered as the story reaches its end. Even with some reservation explained above, I found this book enjoyable and would recommend it for a light, quick read.

    Written by Southern Gal Loves to Read on February 28, 2014 | e
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    In an effort to not spoil the story, I won’t say much about the storyline. This book is a modern murder mystery but its not so suspenseful that it will keep you awake at night. It was good enough that I read it all in one day.

    Written by Happy Little Homemaker on February 28, 2014 |e
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  • Being a fan of James Patterson’s crime novels and the Law & Order franchise, I was eagerly looking forward to reading Scraps of Evidence. Though I don’t quilt, I have plenty of family members who do, so I have respect for the hobby, so I did enjoying the quilting aspects to the story. The murder mystery plot was interesting, but to me it seemed to be missing something. Maybe I have watched too much Law & Order, but some of the crime investigation and evidence didn’t exactly add up. In my opinion, the novel felt a little rushed. Scraps of Evidence is still a short-page turner. Yes, it could have been better, but at least it was more interesting than the last few James Patterson’s Alex Cross novels.

    Written by Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer on February 28, 2014 | e
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  • I found parts of this story enjoyable, but found something lacking in the criminal aspect to it. I loved the characters, the romantic relationship, and the setting. We don’t get a whole lot of information about the serial killer’s crimes and it’s pretty obvious right from the outset who it is. I did like the story overall and am glad I read it.

    Written by Veronica’s ‘Views on February 27, 2014 | e


    This is not the first book I have read by Barbara Cameron. If you are a frequent visitor on my blog, you probably saw my review of “A Road Unknown” just a few weeks ago, which I absolutely loved! She has such a way with Amish books and I am a big fan. From what I understand, Barbara Cameron is new to the mystery and suspense genre, so this was her first attempt at this type of book. I thought the story was very interesting, and I really enjoyed reading about Tess.

    Written by Loving Mommahood on February 27, 2014 | e


    Scraps of Evidence by Barbara Cameron was a fun book to read. I didn’t want to put the book down because I loved the authors writing and I loved the characters.

    Written by The World As I See It on February 27, 2014 | e
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    Cameron created admirable main characters in Logan and Tess. Tess’s love of quilting and Logan’s rescue of a wounded cat give us both a flavor for life in St. Augustine and this couple’s solid caring natures. Being a former English teacher myself, I especially liked the caring way Tess responds to the “nuisance” calls made by her former English teacher, now an elderly woman with early dementia. I did get bored with the repeated lunches and dinners throughout the book, probably placed there to help establish time sequences and also develop the romance between Logan and Tess. Unfortunately, to me, they seemed artificial and made the pursuit of the murderer almost a forgotten item. That said, I think fans of cozy mysteries will enjoy a trip to St. Augustine to meet Tess and Logan. Those who pride themselves on solving the mystery may not find much of a challenge. I was provided a copy of this book by LitFuse for my honest opinion.

    Written by Thoughts from Mill Street on February 27, 2014 |e
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    I’ve really been enjoying the Quilts of Love series, this series is written by various authors, can be read alone and have some sort of quilt that weaves through the story and in Barbara Cameron’s book, Scraps of Evidence, it helps to solve a serial murder case and rescue Tess’ aunt from a bad situation. I must admit to being a bit confused when I first started reading as Tess’ aunt’s name on the back cover is Susan but as I was reading it became apparent that her aunt is actually a Kathy – once I got my mind sorted out on this fact it was smooth sailing. The book is fast paced from the beginning and I liked that as it made for a fun and fast read, one can feel the frantic racing of Tess as she seeks to solve her friend’s murder and the realization as to who the murderer is.

    Written by Growing For Christ on February 27, 2014 | e
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    This is a book you can enjoy curled up on a cold night and just completely get involved in and know that the who-done-it gets caught in the end! Plus even though it is a murder mystery book it is not gruesome and ugly like some mystery murder books can be. Tess and Logan both learn some great faith lessons too, about how God is in control and directing our lives no matter what we may plan for ourselves! It’s a fun read for sure!!

    Written by The Minister’s Wife Stamps and Saves on February 27, 2014 | e
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    If you’re looking for a little bit of mystery, and a little bit of romance, Barbara Cameron does not disappoint in this novel! I give this book 4 stars and think you might just enjoy it more than you think you will!

    Written by Give Me Today on February 26, 2014 | e
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    I have only seen the Amish side of Barbara Cameron, so I was definitely looking forward to seeing a different side of her writing. Having read many books in the Quilts of Love series, I couldn’t pass this one up. It was a book that had me drawn in from the first pages of the book. Barbara Cameron writes in such a way that easily can go from genre to genre.

    I personally think I liked the book so much because I love vacationing in the city where the book takes place. It was easy to remember the area in this book and took me back to a relaxing summer vacation and our upcoming one! St. Augustine is so rich of history and beauty and one just can’t help but enjoy it!

    Written by When life gets you down…read a book on February 26, 2014 | e
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    Scraps of Evidence is enjoyable with just the right amount of action, mystery, and romance. I recommend it as well as all the other books in the Quilts of Love series. I enjoyed following Logan and Tess through the streets of St. Augustine, a city I have always enjoyed visiting. Many seemingly insignificant incidents are eventually pieced together to create a comprehensive picture that is finally solved through clues in Aunt Kathy’s favorite quilt. I had my suspicions all along but the author kept me in the dark until the end.

    Written by Daysong Reflections on February 25, 2014 | e
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    After reading the summary of the book, I was intrigued with the idea of a quilt holding the secrets of a serial killer. The author did not disappoint. I liked the twists and turns the story took and how even the most remote item or insignificant event linked up to something bigger. I also like how she wrapped everything up, even laughing at some of her methods.

    Written by Our Little Corner of the World on February 25, 2014 | e
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    I typically do not lean towards books that involve a murder plot, yet I do love a good mystery. Scraps of Evidence involved both but with a much lighter feel than most murder mystery plots. Set in America’s oldest city, in Florida, I really enjoyed exploring the area through the pages of this story. I quickly felt engaged with the main characters. Romance, murder, mystery, and a touch of history were all thrown into this one as the main characters Tess and Logan find themselves solving a long-time mystery through more recent ones. It was obvious to me early on who the killer was, and yet that did not ruin my enjoyment of the book overall. My only complaint is…..

    Written by Adventures in Unsell Land on February 25, 2014 | e
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    A good mystery laced with romance. Tess is a true friend to the end and beyond. This book has an awesome storyline.

    Written by A Simple Life, really?! on February 25, 2014 | e
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    Barbara Cameron weaves a tale that sizzles in the Florida heat even until the very last few pages. While I had my suspicions about the mystery enfolded in these pages, the way that the story unfolded caught me off guard. I enjoyed this book very much.

    Written by Savings in Seconds on February 24, 2014 | e
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    I really enjoy the books in this series. It is nice how they show that quilters as women who also have tough and challenging jobs. In this book Tess has just made detective and has been paired with a veteran detective from Chicago. Logan has moved to sunny Florida to attempt to start living again after the death of his best friend from cancer. The two try to avoid their attraction to each other in a desire to stay professional, but it is there nonetheless. Tess has been fully involved in her church and her faith, while Logan has questioned his faith. When they start to see God’s hand leading them along they both realize that they are not alone and that there is a plan.

    Written by Book, Books Everywhere on February 24, 2014 | e
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    “Scraps of Evidence” by Barbara Cameron is a new novel in the Quilts of Love series. I like inspirational suspense novels and this one did not disappoint. Although I had not read any other books in the series, that did not make a difference. I do not know how closely related the books in this series are because they are all written by different authors.

    Written by The Talbert Report on February 24, 2014 | e
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    I enjoyed the mystery part of the story and it was unique how the author used the quilt to solve the mystery. I didn’t enjoy the precise details of the murders.
    This story has a surprising twist.

    Written by Dixie n Dottie on February 24, 2014 | e
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    All I can say is this: I really hope Barbara never lets anyone talk her into making this a movie because they’ll ruin it.

    WHAT a GREAT story!

    I have to say it was a bit of a shock for my system going from Amish to Crime – and by the same author but I’m so glad I went ahead and read them in order. As a matter of fact, I’m sitting here writing this a full two days ahead of schedule. It was THAT GOOD! I seriously could NOT put the book down and I usually detest mystery novels. I used to read a series by another author who shall remain nameless and it effectively killed any taste for mysteries that I may have had.

    But this book is nowhere near the same league as those. Or any other… And when I say that, I mean that this book is far far above the rest.

    I could happily read a dozen more!

    Written by J.C.s BookShelf on February 24, 2014 | e
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    I enjoyed the story. The idea of finding justice for a friend long dead was appealing, and the characters were likeable and fun – just the kind of people I’d like for neighbors.

    If you like to read solid mysteries with friendly characters and vibrant settings, check out Scraps of Evidence.

    Written by A Nest in the Rocks on February 23, 2014 | e
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    Tess has a love for quilts and her Aunt Susan. Her new partner, Logan, has some difficulty coming to grips with a police detective who quilts.

    Thank you, Ms Cameron, for joining together quilts and suspense. I love both.

    Written by sunny island breezes on February 23, 2014 | e
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    This was a great story from beginning to end. I loved watching the characters grow and develop. Watching Tess and Logan learn to relate and trust each other as partners was written in such a way that I felt I was on the journey with them. The book was really not what I expected, it was so much more. As they are searching for a serial killer, I found myself intrigued and working at solving the mystery myself. I had a hard time putting it down, and at the same time finding myself not sure I could read it late in the night when it was so quiet. :)

    Written by lost Island of Book Reviews on February 22, 2014 | e
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    File this under cozy Christian romance mystery. This is one of those light beach reads that you can knock out in one lazy afternoon. It’s not a terribly complicated story line and all the characters (save the very obvious villain) are very amiable (albeit one dimensional). There are more elements of romance, finding Jesus, and speaking out against domestic abuse, then there were mystery or quilting. For people who don’t like violence, or thrillers, or suspense, don’t worry, you can get through this book no problem.

    Written by Tragically Dull Adventures of an Almost Librarianon February 22, 2014 | e


    Scraps of Evidence is a good read. I would definitely recommend it to anyone that likes suspense/mystery and wants something that is clean and wholesome. It was a little predictable… I *thought* I knew “whodunnit” from the beginning, but wasn’t 100% and the journey to the knowing was worth sticking to it.

    Written by The Life and times of a pwnmom… on February 21, 2014 | e


    I love how in the very first chapter there is a lot going on – Tess is assigned a new partner, Aunt Kathy is in the hospital, tension in Kathy and her husband’s relationship is alluded to and Tess shares with her new partner why she got into law enforcement; all of these caught my attention and I just wanted to keep on reading! This is a quick read and one that I really enjoyed! I am looking forward to reading many more in this series, as I love the role that the quilts play in each of this stories.

    Written by Moments on February 21, 2014 | e
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    A picturesque setting, a puzzling mystery and a sweet romance all combine in Barbara Cameron’s newest novel, Scraps of Evidence, a standalone in the Quilts of Love series. This book is a good choice if you are looking for a quick read to warm your cold nights. Scraps of Evidence is recommended for those who like a little mystery with their romance.

    Written by By The Book on February 21, 2014 | e
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  • The setting is St. Augustine, Florida–which just so happens to be one my favorite cities to visit. I loved the fact that I knew many of the (real) places that were mentioned, and had even been to them. St. Augustine is full of history and I was thrilled that Ms. Cameron incorporated some of that history into the story-line. The two main characters-Tess, and her new partner Logan, were very well matched. The compassion they showed to the victims and their memories will stick in my mind for a long time. I especially loved how they treated the homeless man to lunch before asking him questions concerning their concerning their case, and that they offered to get him to safe place to stay since he did not have home of his own.

    Great book and I look forward to reading more by Ms. Cameron!

    Written by Misadventures of the Dynamic Uno on February 20, 2014 | e
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    Quilts and a mystery what’s not to enjoy? The characters of Tess and Logan were easy to like,they seemed very realistic and the romance that developed between the pair seemed logical. While the mystery of who-dun-it was easy to figure out there was still a bit of suspense to keep the plot moving.I have enjoyed the Quilts of Love series and look forward to reading more!

    Written by WV Stitcher on February 19, 2014 | e
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    Every quilt has its own story and this one has a mystery attached. This is a bit of a separation from the Amish fiction that Barbara Cameron but she has done a wonderful job with this mystery and it kept me turning the pages and I would read another mystery by Barbara Cameron.

    Written by A Room without Books is Empty on February 19, 2014 | e
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    I really enjoyed this book. The twists and turns kept me interested and I wanted to know if they would find the killer, and if Logan and Tess would get a personal relationship going. If you enjoy mystery, murder, and a little love story thrown in, you will enjoy this book.

    Written by Books and Such on February 18, 2014 | e
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    This is a good book that points out a woman can do the same job that a man does and do it well. It really is a good story about a police officer who happens to be a woman and all the trials and tribulations she has to go through to prove herself, but in the end she also has to prove she is a loving woman who does have a soft side.

    Written by Mary’s Cup of Tea on February 18, 2014 | e
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    This is a book that has mystery, romance and lots of action. I truly liked the story and the way it evolved. I was surprised at the way they found and figured out the evidence.

    Written by 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, & Sissy, Too! on February 17, 2014 | e
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    I really enjoyed reading this book. The story had my attention from the very beginning. I have a hard time getting into a book sometimes, but with this one I had no problem. Part of the reason I found it easy to read, was because I was able to learn more about the oldest city in the country, St. Augustine. Which is very, very close to where I live. The book has some romance and some mystery, a great read. I would definitely recommend this book to all.

    Written by krystlbears Corner on February 17, 2014 | e


    This book is a fun afternoon read. This is not a heavy suspense, murder, mystery book, it is more of a romance story with a touch of drama.

    Written by Deb’s Book Review on February 17, 2014 | e
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    I am a fan of mystery books so I was looking forward to this book. Another thing that had me looking forward to this book was that it takes places in St. Augustine, Florida which is one place I love to visit. I liked that the author paid attention to detail throughout the whole book. Of course the suspense in this book had me sucked into the story from page one. Although I am used to Barbara writing Amish fiction I think she did a very good job with this book. If you are a fan of mysteries or Barbara’s I think you will enjoy this book.

    Written by Griperang’s Bookmarks on February 15, 2014 | e
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    I have to say that I truly enjoyed this story ! I am not usually into suspense, but I totally love quilting. Now I am thinking I will need to read The Quilts of Love Series. It is true that Everyday Quilts have a story , each and every one of them. And it is true that no good quilter ever throws away good fabric. How can a quilt solve a murder ? Will true love be found in the end ? Will faith be found once again ? Can justice be served and family remain intact ? You will want to get this novel and I suspect that as myself you will then we wanting the whole series of Novels. I love the way Barbara weaves a tale of Suspense, Romance and True Love. If suspense is your love, you will want to get this book and have an awesome read. This story will hold your attention.

    Written by Faithful Acres Books on February 15, 2014 | e
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  • Sarah Storm says:

    This was a great book Cameron! I have never read any of your books before, but I LOVED this one from start to finish!! I highly recommend it.