One Book in the Grave by Kate Carlisle


Book restoration chick, Brooklyn, has stumbled upon yet another dead body. Her latest project involves a book she gave to her best friend and his fiancée three years ago. When her friend tragically dies in a car accident, the book is stolen from his grieving fiancée. Fast-forward three years, the book has shown up and there is now skepticism over whether or not her friend died all those years ago.


This is the first Bibliophile Mystery I’ve read. I didn’t know how much I would like it since I know nothing about book restoration. I consider this to be a “quick and dirty” mystery, perfect for escapism. If you can deal with the macabre, this is for you.

© Cori Endicott June 2012

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