Books Can Be Deceiving
series: A Library Lover's Mystery
pages: 291 ( including project, guide, and recipe)
Books Can Be Deceiving, is the first in a new series. Lindsey is the director of the Briar Creek Public Library. The head of the children's department is an old friend of hers, Beth. Beth has dreams of being a children's picture book author. But a cranky boyfriend throws a monkey wrench into her plans. It gets worse when he ends up dead and the police chief finds Beth as the best suspect. Can Lindsey solve the case before Beth is thrown in jail, or worse she becomes the next victim?
I loved this book. LOVED LOVED LOVED. I have read one of McKinlay's other books, Buttercream Bump Off. I like it, but I like this one more. The characters are smart and witty. There are a few sharp old ladies, too. A naked artist and a handsome boat captain. What more can you ask for? Ok, the plot is really good and flows well. It's a quick read, mainly because I just didn't want to put it down.
For the record. I love the library. You can find me there, haunting the stacks at least once a week!
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