Maggie finds a mysterious box of antique quilt blocks sitting on the doorstep of her shop. Although her name is written on the box, Maggie has no idea who left it for her or why. Each of the 15 fabric blocks inside the box has been signed by its creator, and according to the dates on the blocks, they were stitched in 1898! Maggie receives other clues in the form of anonymous notes. The clues lead Maggie to believe the quilt pieces are somehow tied to her ancestors, and with help from her friends at the historical society, she begins to unravel the significance of the blocks, making a heartwarming discovery in the process!
Other books in the series include...
Pieces From the Past
The Christmas Riddle
Maggie and her friends in the historical society are recruited to help decorate a Victorian mansion for Somerset Harborís annual candlelight home tour. When Maggie finds a jeweled key tucked inside an antique Christmas vase along with a cryptic plea for help scrawled on a scrap of paper, she is determined to discover the significance of the key and the author's identity. Is it a prank or a plea from the past ... or is someone in the small town truly in danger?
The Secret Letter
Maggie discovers an old letter hidden in the lining of a trunk that begins as a heart-wrenching declaration of love Ö and ends with a confession to a bank robbery that supposedly happened during the Great Depression. Who wrote it, and why was it in her auntís possession? As Maggie digs into the mystery -- with a little help from James, the handsome town alderman -- frightening things start to happen at Sedgwick Manor. Does someone in town want to keep Maggie from unraveling the mystery?