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  • Books Antiques and Murder

    I have been reading this series since the beginning. In this one Addie's cousin finds her boyfriend murdered in her dress shop. When the police suspect Kalea Addie sets out to solve the crime. In this one she is no longer working closely with the police and she takes it personally that they suspect Kalea. I really enjoy the characters and the setting. This one has a Civil War and Antiques background. The town is celebrating a Civil War Thanksgiving and one collector is looking for anything connected with Sarah Josepha Hale. The mystery was good with a lot of suspects. I look for word to reading the next book in the series. Enjoy

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  • Murder in the family

    Addie and Paige are preparing their stock to support an upcoming cooking contest featuring Civil War recipes. As they focus on building up their offerings, Addie gets a call from her cousin Kalea who has found her boyfriend dead in her dress shop. Soon it becomes clear that Kalea is the main suspect and Addie can’t see her cousin as a murderer, even if she herself has a hard time believing it. Now Addie has to clear her cousin’s name AND keep the Civil War stock fresh, making for a very busy time. With all the commotion about the Civil War, Addie begins receiving information from a librarian friend in Boston and soon finds a link between some missing books and someone in her town. Addie can’t help but think that there may be some small connection between the missing books and Jared’s murder. Unfortunately, the police can’t go by Addie’s gut feeling and she has to find proof. While Addie is hoping to stitch this one up quickly, she doesn’t want to become the killers next target. This is a fabulous series that gets better with each entry as the recurring characters lives evolve and become more real. Relatable characters, a smart and sassy protagonist, a cute pooch, and a solid whodunit each time makes for a great cozy series! While I have read them all, the books read fine as a stand alone per my BFF who started with the third book and is now hooked.

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  • To the Tome of Murder!

    This was a great cozy mystery with a confounding plot that keeps you guessing until the very end. I love the characters and the setting was sweetly written and made me want to jump into the pages and visit the area. What bothered me, though, was I wanted a more complete ending for the main character. It wasn't exactly a cliffhanger because the main plot was concluded nicely. It just left something hanging. I can't wait to read the next one!

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  • I've 'Fall'en in love with this series!

    This Thanksgiving I'm truly grateful for Lauren Elliott & Addie Greyborne! What does a vintage briefcase, the disappearance of a first edition copy of 'Mary had a little lamb' and a well read culprit have in common? Find out in the 7th installment of 'A Beyond The Page Bookstore Mystery'. Start the holidays off right with 'To the Tome of Murder'. You won't be disappointed!

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  • a good read

    cozy-mystery, amateur-sleuth, murder, murder-investigation, small-business, small-town, bookseller, family-dynamics, friendship, law-enforcement, dog**** The series continues to fully engage and has realistic characters but each book has enough clues and references to make it a successful stand alone. Tourist season is about over and Thanksgiving is near when Addie's cousin Callea finds her fiancee's murdered body on the floor of her shop. Callea is a mess and even gets arrested, but Addie doesn't believe it and goes into sleuth mode. More is discovered about the motive and opportunity and a good whodunit is what I've read here. I requested and received a free temporary e-book copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you.

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