In the latest in this New York Times bestselling series, matrimony and murder collide as San Francisco book-restoration expert Brooklyn Wainwright walks down the aisle. . .Brooklyn has done everything she can to prepare for her nuptials with Derek and simply can't wait to start her new life with him. But things don't go as planned when Brooklyn's college frenemies, Heather and Sara, surprise her with a last-minute bridal shower. However, Brooklyn is touched when the women gift her rare copies of The Three Musketeers and The Red Fairy Book. When one frenemy is found murdered and one of the rare books is deemed a forgery, Brooklyn can't help but wonder if the victim played a part in this fraud or if a murderer is still out there scamming and killing. Wedding jitters, counterfeit books, and a killer on the loose could ruin Brooklyn and Derek's big day. Can they make it down the aisle before more bodies start stacking up?...
|Title||:||Buried in Books (Bibliophile Mystery #12)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||288 pages|
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Buried in Books (Bibliophile Mystery #12) Reviews
Brooklyn Wainwright is convinced she has everything ready for her wedding to Derek Stone in less than a week. After all, she needs to attend a librarians' conference and is even giving a mini-class on bookbinding, along with a tour of San Francisco's book-related attractions, so it's a good thing that her parents are entertaining Derek's family, who have flown in from England for the big day.
What she doesn't count on, however, is the fact that her mother and future mother-in-law Meg have a surpr ...more
Buried in Books by Kate Carlisle is the twelfth A Bibliophile Mystery. Brooklyn Wainwright is marrying Derek Stone in just a few days. With the wedding plans completed, Brooklyn is off to attend the annual National Librarians Association conference. She is surprised when she runs into Heather Babcock. Brooklyn, Heather and Sara Martin were roommates and best friends in graduate school until Roderick came along. Brooklyn has not heard from Heather or Sara in twelve years. The next day after Brook ...more
Brooklyn Wainwright is attending a conference for librarians at the Covington Library where she'll be giving a talk on book preservation, teaching a class on book making, and leading a bus tour of sites for book-lovers. This is not unusual for our heroine. Except it's the same weekend as her wedding to Derek Stone. Since her bridal to-do list is finished, she's hoping it will keep her mind occupied and avoid any last minute jitters.
She runs into an old college roommate, Heather, at the conferenc ...more
“BURIED IN BOOKS” by Kate Carlisle is the 12th book in the Bibliophile Mystery series.
It’s the story of Brooklyn Wainwright, a bookbinder specializing in rare books restoration that also loves to creates handmade books, and her fiancée, security expert, Derek Stone’s upcoming wedding with murder and mayhem thrown in along the way as they try to get to walking down the aisle.
Brooklyn, being so organized and having things under control, is participating in the annual Librarians Association Confere ...more
A fantastic addition to a fantastic series, one of the best and a must read!
Once again,Kate Carlisle has scored a winner! The Bibliophile is a fun series and the main characters, Brooklyn and Derek are so much fun. Derek is so in love with Brooklyn, he is almost too good to be true. Brooklyn is a bookbinder extraordinaire and although her wedding is the next week, she decides to present at the librarian convention since it is in San Francisco, just blocks from her home and her wedding plans are ...more
Bookbinder Brooklyn Wainwright has a busy weekend. It's the weekend of the National Librarians Association conference, and she's agreed to give a bookbinding workshop and a speech on bookbinding as well as hosting a bookish tour around San Francisco for 20 raffle winners. Oh, and she's getting married, so she has that going on as well.
But she thinks she can handle it all. The workshop she's given many times before, and she's done the tour before too, although not with a rented bus and so many p ...more
DNF @ 92 pages. I was really enjoying this book. It's the twelfth in the series and I didn't even miss a beat being pulled into the main character's life. But at page 92 out of 288 the murder still hasn't happened. That's my cozy mystery peeve. I need my murder fast or I completely lose interest. I do have the first book in the series and this experience will not stop me from reading it as I really enjoyed the writing, the characterizations and the bookbinding subject matter. I would like to tha ...more
Buried in Books is my first book by this author. It’s a mystery and the mystery didn’t really begin until around 40% of my kindle. I thought it started off a little slow but we learned all about the friend’s past when they were in college. I just liked this book ok. Maybe if I had read all the others prior to this I would’ve enjoyed this one more? Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for a complimentary ARC. All opinions expressed are my own.