Magical Bookshop Mystery Series
Books in series2
UNABRIDGED
(4.4 based on 213 ratings)
  • 1
    Crime and Poetry: Magical Bookshop Mystery Series, Book 1 | Amanda Flower

    Crime and Poetry: Magical Bookshop Mystery Series, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Amanda Flower
    • Narrated By Rachel Dulude
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (152)
    Performance
    (138)
    Story
    (139)

    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.

    Interesting premise, but heroine acted stupidly

    People who don't mind when amateur sleuths interfere with police investigations.

    Reviewed on August 20 2017 by Carla D. Hillyard ()
  • 2
    Prose and Cons: Magical Bookshop Mystery Series, Book 2 | Amanda Flower

    Prose and Cons: Magical Bookshop Mystery Series, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 51 mins)
    • By Amanda Flower
    • Narrated By Rachel Dulude
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (61)
    Performance
    (55)
    Story
    (55)

    October in Cascade Springs means tourists are pouring in for the annual Food and Wine Festival, and Daisy hopes to draw those crowds to the store. She asks Violet and the local writing group, the Red Inkers, to give a reading of the works of Edgar Allan Poe on the shop's front porch to entertain the revelers. Everyone eagerly agrees. Yet their enthusiasm is soon extinguished when Violet discovers one of the writers dead in the shop moments before the event.

    cute book with a nice plot

    I don't usually like magic or fantasy to intrude in my mystery books. But Crime and Poetry and Prose and Cons are exceptions! With a creative plot and..Show More »

    Reviewed on February 24 2017 by Victoria J. Mejia-Gewe (Los Angeles, CA United States)