We owe it to each other to tell stories - Neil Gaiman

Sunday, 26 June 2011

Bookmarked for Death

What do a stone book and a stabbed cake have to do with Zoë Carter's death?

Once a struggling town, Stoneham, New Hampshire is now enjoying a renaissance--thanks to booksellers like Tricia Miles, proprietor of Haven’t Got a Clue. It’s a great place to find a good mystery to read--or to solve ….

To celebrate her bookstore’s anniversary, Tricia Miles hosts a book signing for bestselling author Zoë Carter. But the event takes a terrible turn when the author is found dead in the washroom. Before long, both police and reporters are demanding the real story. So far, the author’s obnoxious assistant/niece is the only suspect. And with a sheriff who provides more obstacles than answers, Tricia will have to take matters into her own hands--and read between the lines to solve this mystery….

TAKEN FROM www.lornabarrett.com

The Review

This book had me riveted, I did not see any of it coming. I did find it a bit strange though that the first and second book have similar male characters - possesive jerks. Is this the start of a trend? With so many possible suspects and so much circumstancial occurances, this book gave a lot to ponder.

I like how Tricia and Angelica's relationship is developing. I still cannot stand Bob and I am so happy for Mr Everett. The twist at the end really got me, it was truly brilliant. I cannot wait to see what the rest of this series has in store!

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