Rushing home to sit by her ailing grandmother's bedside, Violet Waverly is shocked to find Grandma Daisy the picture of perfect health. Violet doesn't need to read between the lines: Her grandma wants Violet back home and working in her magical store, Charming Books. It's where the perfect book tends to fly off the shelf and pick you.... Violet has every intention to hightail it back to Chicago, but then a dead man is discovered clutching a volume of Emily Dickinson's poems from Grandma Daisy's shop. The victim is Benedict Raisin, who recently put Grandma Daisy in his will, making her a prime suspect. Now, with the help of a tuxedo cat named Emerson, Violet will have to find a killer to keep Grandma from getting booked for good.
©2016 Amanda Flower (P)2016 Tantor
This was an okay cozy mystery. The pace is rather slow and the characters aren't fully developed. The plot was okay. The story wasn't bad but it was just typical. I will probably get the next one to see if it is more developed.
I enjoyed the book but was very let down by the sudden end. It didnt feel completed, like there were loose ends. That was disappointing.
I have found another great series. The characters are well developed, likable, and believable. The narration is spot on. If you're a fan of cozy mysteries, I highly recommend this book.
This audiobook it's just like some of the others I listen to good but he gets predictable halfway through. nice try thow
The narrator does an amazing job bringing this book to life. And the storyline had you wanting to hear more and wanting more at the end
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