I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Kate Carlisle
Released: June 7 2016
Series: Bibliophile Mystery #10
Published by Berkley
“I also liked that Carlisle keeps the romance strong between her and fiancé, Derek. It makes a Romance reader like that appreciate it a whole lot.”
~ Under the Covers
In the tenth book of the Bibliophile Mystery, San Francisco book-restoration expert Brooklyn Wainwright is in trouble a body is found in a library. But this isn’t just any old library, it’s the Covington Library which is currently exhibiting John James Audubon’s Birds of America. It looks like Brooklyn has her hands full to find this killer.
Brooklyn is easily my favorite thing about this series. It’s quite the easy-going person but at the same time, she holds so much passion for her work. You can definitely see it when she talks about the books. I also liked that Carlisle keeps the romance strong between her and fiancé, Derek. It makes a Romance reader like that appreciate it a whole lot.
I also like that you can learn a hell of a lot of things while reading these books. Not only is your mind trying to figure out who the killer is but there’s also a lot of rich history here that I’m sure will interest a lot of people. So all around it’s a really great book.
Even though this was my first book I’ve in this particular series by Kate Carlisle, I didn’t have a problem of jumping in. I think that’s what’s so great about mystery series is that they standalone really well and it’s not so difficult to catch up and figure out what’s going on. And with a series this long-standing, I thought that was important to note. I will definitely keep reading this series as I’m sure it’ll become a favorite very soon!
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