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The Book Stops Here: A Bibliophile Mystery | [Kate Carlisle]

The Book Stops Here: A Bibliophile Mystery

Brooklyn Wainwright is thrilled to be appearing on the hit TV show, This Old Attic as a rare-book expert. Her first subject is a very valuable first-edition copy The Secret Garden. Its owner, Vera, is eager to have Brooklyn recondition it for resale. But a furious man viciously accosts Brooklyn, claiming that Vera found the first edition at his garage sale, and he wants it back - or else. In the days that follow, Brooklyn visits Vera's flower shop…and discovers her dead.
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Brooklyn Wainwright is thrilled to be appearing on the hit TV show, This Old Attic as a rare-book expert. Her first subject is a very valuable first-edition copy The Secret Garden. Its owner, Vera, is eager to have Brooklyn recondition it for resale. But a furious man viciously accosts Brooklyn, claiming that Vera found the first edition at his garage sale, and he wants it back - or else. Randolph Rayburn, the handsome host of This Old Attic, is terrified by the man's threats. He confides in Brooklyn that he fears he is being stalked. In the days that follow, Brooklyn visits Vera's flower shop…and discovers her dead. Brooklyn had better find the clever killer soon or more than her chance at prime time may be canceled…permanently.

©2014 Kathleen Beaver (P)2014 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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    Amazon Customer Michigan 10-07-14
    Amazon Customer Michigan 10-07-14 Member Since 2014
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    If you could sum up The Book Stops Here in three words, what would they be?

    decent story


    What three words best describe Susie Berneis’s voice?

    she CANNOT do the the male voices and that British accent just ruined the boyfriend.


    Any additional comments?

    this book and stories like it would be better served with a male and female.

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    Doug Wilkie 08-24-14
    Doug Wilkie 08-24-14 Member Since 2014
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    Some unnecessary chanting at a high pitch, wasn't needed as the situation was overly explained


    If you’ve listened to books by Kate Carlisle before, how does this one compare?

    First one, will listen to one more and decide on whether I will listen to another one at that time. It was written well enough to warrant a second book, but if there isn't much more in the next it will be the last.


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    Kathi 07-22-14
    Kathi 07-22-14 Member Since 2010

    Love books! Classics and lighter fiction, mysteries (not too violent please :-). And selective non-fiction--whatever takes my fancy.

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    The story itself was good enough and held my interest. A professional book binder goes on a tv antiques appraisal show in her capacity as specialist in valuing books. A woman brings in an old copy of "The Secret Garden," which Brooklyn Wainwright identifies as quite valuable, and Vera--it's happy owner-- confesses she purchased it recently at a garage sale and expresses interest in Brooklyn restoring it for her so she can sell it. Then things get dicey, because a violent man who says he had owned the book tries to frighten Brooklyn into giving it back to him, things are kind of tense in the studios where Randolph--who is in charge there--believes someone is trying to kill him. A murder does occur, and Brooklyn is drawn into helping to solve it.

    I recognize that I read this book out of order in a series, so I'm just not going to comment much about the characters (though they seemed interesting and appear to be well-developed). What might keep me from going back and reading earlier ones, though, was the narrator. In most respects she was adequate--but she really did have a terrible time trying to do men's voices. I cringed at her reading of Derek (Brooklyn's significant other), because he was British, and she just could not capably capture either a man's voice or a British accent. If I do read another, it will be because I want to follow up on the story line--not due to the narrator.

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