Professional rubber stamper April Buchert is shocked to discover that the brother of one of the Stamping Sisters faked his own death, only to really die in a tragic car accident-that was not an accident at all. Now this heated family drama could cause one cold winter if the killer isn’t found.
Back in her hometown of Aldenville, Pennsylvania, April Buchert is creating a new life for herself as a professional rubber stamper and restoration expert. She’s also joined the Stamping Sisters, a group of craft-loving women who leave their mark on the world by stamping cards—and stamping out murder.
The annual Pumpkin Express weekend is a fall tradition in Aldenville, and the haunted corn maze is one of the main attractions. Everyone has always made it out alive…until now. When April and her friend Mitch Winchester meander through the maze, the shortcut they take leads not to the exit, but to a lifeless body. Worse yet, it’s a woman they both know. Though local police are quick to blame the husband, April quickly assumes he isn’t capable of murder. Finding her voice, she and the Stamping Sisters jump into the fray, determined to find the killer before he catches another in his murderous motif.
Back in Aldenville, Pennsylvania, with a failed marriage and sabotaged career in her wake, April Buchert is ready for a fresh start. Working alongside her father on the restoration of the town’s famous Winchester mansion seems like the perfect project—until their efforts reveal a murderous motif.
A professional rubber stamper who creates intricate patterns on walls, April is thrilled to help revive her hometown’s architectural gem. Then, during the demolition of an abandoned guesthouse behind the mansion, a human skull tumbles out of the rubble. All eyes are on April’s father, who oversaw the construction twenty years ago. As unexplained deaths pile up and a dangerously handsome carpenter becomes a pleasant distraction, can April chip away at the truth before another innocent victim is stamped out?