Answering tricky reference questions is excitement enough for library director Lindsey Norris...until a murder is committed in her cozy hometown of Briar Creek, Connecticut, and the question of who did it must be answered before someone else is checked out - for good.
©2012 Jenn McKinlay (P)2015 Penguin Audio
As a librarian myself, I admit I'm a little predisposed to like books with characters who are librarians. I especially like this series as there are no ghosts, crime solving, and/or talking cats! So, kudos for sticking to real people in real situations, though somewhat quirky crimes. Highly enjoyable.
Lindsey is a strong character, without being annoying. She uses her brain!
Definitely--I was not sure when Lindsey would wind up in the middle of things or how she would get herself out.
This was my first.
The perpetrator kind of came out of left field, which was both a pro and a con. I don't like to know whodunit from the first chapter, but I also don't like to go, "Wait. Who was that again?" Overall, this did not affect my desire to keep listening.
This is the second book in the The Library Lover's Mystery series. It was very entertaining. I hope audible makes the rest of the books available.
Leona M Wall
This book was excellent this to listen to while I crocheted. I would recommend it to anyone in fact I did recommend the seris to my crochet club on Facebook. Great read
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