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Knit One, Die Two by Peggy Ehrhart

Chapter Twelve

Holly and Nell returned from the kitchen. They were laughing, but behind them Bettina looked worried. She quickly glanced toward Pamela, who had resumed her seat on the rummage sale chair and picked up her knitting.

“Are you okay?” she mouthed.

 

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Author:Peggy Ehrhart

Language: eng

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Publisher: Kensington

Published: 2019-02-11T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter Twelve

Holly and Nell returned from the kitchen. They were laughing, but behind them Bettina looked worried. She quickly glanced toward Pamela, who had resumed her seat on the rummage sale chair and picked up her knitting.

“Are you okay?” she mouthed.

Pamela nodded, momentarily puzzled. Watching Roland with the kitten had distracted her from the reason she’d fled to the living room. Then she remembered. “Fine,” she mouthed back, and fingered her cheek to confirm that she was no longer blushing.

Soon everyone was back at work, and a lively conversation sprang up about the best place to look for pumpkins: the farmers market in Newfield, the farm stand along Route 19 in Kringlekamack (where one family still maintained a farm in a town that had once been only farmland), or the pumpkin sale run by the Chamber of Commerce to benefit service dogs—starting the very next weekend.

“The Chamber pumpkins are always very expensive,” Bettina said.

“But it’s such a good cause.” This from Nell.

“Is the farm stand part of a real farm?” Holly asked, seeming amazed.

“It certainly is,” Nell said. “And there used to be a real farm right here in Arborville. Out where Roland lives.”

Roland popped to attention when his name was mentioned. He hadn’t been knitting, just staring into space in a very uncharacteristic way. “That’s why people call it ‘The Farm,’ ” he said.

“Well, duh!” Holly laughed. “I should have known that, but I have so much to learn about this awesome town.”

The conversation returned to pumpkins and became even livelier. Despite that, no consensus was reached about the best place to buy them, though there was general agreement that price should not be the only determining factor.

On the stroke of nine p.m., Roland opened his briefcase. He’d reached the end of a row, and the partly finished sleeve dangled from one needle. He methodically threaded the other needle through the skein of pink angora yarn and stowed sleeve and yarn in the briefcase, clicking down the metal tongue that latched it closed. The commotion disturbed the dozing kitten and it roused itself, leapt off the sofa, and wandered toward the dining room, where a door led into the kitchen and the communal bed in the laundry room beyond.

Bettina tucked her project into her knitting bag and stood up. “I’ll get started on those dishes,” she said over her shoulder as she headed for the kitchen. Karen, Holly, and Nell gathered their things and clustered around Pamela in the entry, saying goodnight and congratulating Pamela on the cobbler. But instead of joining them, Roland lingered in the living room.

Pamela waved a final goodnight from the threshold, stepped back into the entry, and closed the door. Roland advanced across the carpet, looking as grave as if he was about to raise a serious issue at a corporate meeting. “A word with you, Pamela, if I might,” he said, and cleared his throat.

“Sure.” What could it be? Pamela asked herself. Is he about to resign from Knit and Nibble? A twinge of sympathy made her brow pucker.

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