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 it all covered. She's triple-checked her wedding to-do list, and everything is on track for the upcoming ceremony with the love of her life, security expert Derek Stone.
Not everyone has been as lucky in love as Brooklyn. Her old library college roommates Heather and Sara lost touch twelve years ago when Sara stole Heather's boyfriend. Brooklyn was caught in the middle and hasn't seen her former besties since their falling-out. When they both arrive in town for the annual librarians' convention and then show up at her surprise bridal shower, Brooklyn is sure drama will ensue. But she's touched when the women seem willing to sort out their differences and gift her rare copies of The Three Musketeers and The Blue Fairy Book.
Brooklyn's prewedding calm is shattered when one of her formerly feuding friends is found murdered and Brooklyn determines that one of the rare books is a forgery. She can't help but wonder if the victim played a part in this fraud, or if she was targeted because she discovered the scam. With a killer and con artist on the loose, Brooklyn and Derek—with the unsolicited help of their meddling mothers—must catch the culprit before their big day turns into a big mess.
Carlisle's charming 12th Bibliophile mystery (after 2017's Once upon a Spine) finds book restoration expert Brooklyn Wainwright about to marry the love of her life, Derek Stone, in San Francisco. Her well-planned wedding weekend happens to coincide with the big National Librarians Association conference, but, as Derek points out, attending the conference will help distract her from any pre-wedding jitters. Overachieving Brooklyn knows she can balance both events, but then she runs into an old grad school friend, Heather Babcock, at the conference. Brooklyn is stunned to learn that Heather is still harboring bitter feelings toward her ex-boyfriend and Sara Martin, the ex-friend who stole him. Since Sara is also attending the conference, Brooklyn sets out to ensure that the two old friends make peace, but a murder spoils the reconciliation. Might murder also spoil Brooklyn's wedding? Book lovers are in for a treat.
Wedding bells, forgery and murder
It’s finally here the day we’ve been anticipating. Brooklyn and Derek are getting married!!! But as they are them there must be more to the wedding week than simple fun and lots of preparations. Brooklyn attends a conference nearby to give her something to do besides obsess over the details when she runs into an old friend from grad school. When their old bff turned frenemy also shows up things get sticky. When the frenemy turns up dead the bride and groom have less than a week to figure out who done it.
A delightful mystery with a wonderful happy ending wedding. Loved meeting all the family. An absolutely fabulous read!
Brooklyn Wainwright is trying to finalize her wedding plans, entertain in-laws who are in town for the wedding and attend and present at the annual librarian convention. Oh, and also solve the murder of a person from her past. Things are never calm in Brooklyn’s world as seen in the the latest installment in the Bibliophile Mystery series, Buried in Books by Kate Carlisle.
Once again, the reader is treated to Brooklyn’s world of rare books, quirky in-laws, hunky groom Derek Stone and solving a murder that is connected to the rare book trade. The humor injected into this novel as well as the well-constructed plot keeps the reader engaged and longing to see what Brooklyn will tackle next.
Murder and A Wedding
Kate Carlisle does it again in this delight of a book about Mystery and Weddings. We didn't think Brooklyn and Derek could have a wedding without some drama thrown in. A little murder, a lot of twists and turns and a beautifully described wedding. I felt like I was there. I love the way Kate Carlisle throws humor in with the mystery. This book shouldn't be missed! Each book in the Bibliophile series just gets better and better!