A native Californian, New York Times bestselling author Kate Carlisle worked in television for many years before turning to writing. A lifelong fascination with the art and craft of bookbinding led her to write the Bibliophile Mysteries featuring Brooklyn Wainwright, whose bookbinding and restoration skills invariably uncover old secrets, treachery, and murder.
She is also the author of the Fixer-Upper Mysteries featuring small-town girl Shannon Hammer, a building contractor specializing in home restoration. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
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The Book Stops Here
Brooklyn is thrilled to be appearing on the hit TV show This Old Attic as a rare-book expert and appraiser. After the episode airs, a man storms onto the set claiming that the owner of the book, a flower seller named Vera, found the book at his garage sale, and he wants it back—or else. When several violent incidents occur on the set, Brooklyn and her security expert boyfriend, Derek, are shaken. Read more Read less.
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See all free Kindle reading apps. Don't have a Kindle? No customer reviews. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a product review. The Book Stops Here is a well written, suspenseful, fabulous cozy. You do not have to read the previous books in this series to enjoy this one. Although, I highly recommend you do for the sheer pleasure. Kate Carlisle is an amazing author that can combine mystery and intrigue with humor and fun.
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She is able to have several mysteries going at the same time, yet keep the reader on top of them and trying to turn the pages faster and faster to get to the bottom of them. The characters hop off the pages with life and depth. This is a truly enjoyable book, a fast page turner that keeps you guessing till the end. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
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She's a welcome addition. Brooklyn's archenemy, Minka, even returns with her usual outrageous behavior. A bookbinder as a sleuth? The guru for Brooklyn's family has a theory that she stumbles across dead bodies because she's a soul that cares, and will help find justice for the dead. Time and again, Brooklyn teams up with Derek to find answers. We worked well together especially when it came to deciphering the puzzle, fleshing out the motives, and getting to the truth of why someone had been killed.
It wasn't like we were trying to play detective, but it was a horrible thing to have one's life touched by violent crime and even worse to be considered a suspect by the police. And, it doesn't hurt to have a security expert at her side. In fact, that sets this series apart because Brooklyn may end up in trouble, but it's not because she takes needless risks. She just has a "penchant for finding dead bodies and facing down their craven killers".