Order of Sally Goldenbaum Books
Sally Goldenbaum is an American author of cozy mystery and contemporary romance novels. She writes the Seaside Knitters and Queen Bees Quilt Mysteries. Aside from being a published author, Sally has also taught several subjects (including philosophy, Latin and creative writing), edited journals on bioethics and veterinary health care and worked for the TV station WQED-Pittsburgh. Sally lives in Prairie Village, Kansas with her husband Don. They have three grown children and several grandchildren.
Sally Goldenbaum became a published novelist in 1986 with the romance novel Banjo Man, which she co-authored with Adrienne Staff. Her first solo novel was A Dream to Cling To in 1987. Sally switched to writing mysteries in 2003 with the novel Murders on Elderberry Road. Below is a list of Sally Goldenbaum’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Queen Bees Quilt Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Seaside Knitters Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Notes: The novels Banjo Man, Crescendo and Kevin’s Story were co-authored by Adrienne Staff.
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Sally Goldenbaum Synopsis: In Banjo Man by Sally Goldenbaum & Adrienne Staff, Laurie O’Neill has lived her whole life playing by the rules; first, her father’s when she was young and later as a nun. So when she goes to visit a friend and is greeted by a handsome, shirtless, banjo-playin’ man by the name of Rick Westin, it was not something she was expecting. Life in a convent certainly hasn’t prepared her for how Rick made her feel. This was strange for Laurie, but she didn’t want her independence not to take advantage of it. Rick Westin has a reputation as a banjo player, but he’s never met a woman like Laurie. She’s vulnerable with some captivating innocence that makes him want to sing. He wants to be with her, and will take things as slowly as she wants. But when Laurie seems to lose her courage in the face of true love, Rick must trust her heart to make the right decision.