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· A Booktown Mystery Book 8 · Sold by Penguin
4.2
23 reviews
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About this ebook

The New York Times bestselling author of Not the Killing Type is back in Booktown with another page-turning mystery. Bookstore owner Tricia Miles and her sister, Angelica, must put their problems on the shelf to catch a killer who turns a bookcase into a murder weapon…

After cranky Chamber of Commerce receptionist Betsy Dittmeyer is crushed by a fallen bookcase, the next item to be read is her will, which is packed with surprises. It seems Betsy was hiding volumes of secrets behind her perpetual frown—one of which might have been a motive for murder.

While Tricia tries to help Angelica—the newly elected Chamber of Commerce president—solve the mystery, she discovers a hidden chapter in her own family history. And with her ex-husband and the chief of police vying for her affections, it’s doubly hard to focus on who buried Betsy in a tomb of tomes.

But Tricia and Angelica will need to watch their step carefully to make sure the killer doesn’t catch them between the stacks.
4.2
23 reviews
A Google user
Another great book by Ms. Barrett.
A Google user
A fun Cozy Mystery takes place in a small town where a lot seems to always be happening Good Series
A Google user
This was an ok mystery. I liked that it was set in a bookstore, and the main character was a bookstore owner. When the reason for the murder was revealed, it seemed really out there. Not something the ...

About the author

Lorna Barrett is the New York Times bestselling author of the Booktown Mysteries, including Not the Killing Type and Murder on the Half Shelf. She lives in Rochester, New York.

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