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  • I didn't guess whodunnit

    Perhaps it was the likability of the 'bad guy'' and my struggle with the lead character, Amy, that had me struggling with this book. Somehow he came across as the authentic one and as such I found him to be the one who was intriguing and engaging. There are the usual red herrings so while I worked out some aspects of the storyline out, I didn't guess whodunnit. While it is part of a series, I had no problem with it as a stand alone novel. My thanks to #Netgalley, #Crookedlanepublishers and the author for my advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Love Conquers All

    Amy Webber is set to marry her beloved Richard Muir. During a party thrown by their friend, Kurt Kendrick, another art dealer is fund dead in an outside shed. When it turns out that the man was murdered, Amy can’t help but try to figure out who did the deed. Between wedding plans, her secret agent brother being in town for what seems like more than a visit, a murder to solve, and her job at the library, Amy is a busy girl. But will she be walking down the aisle with Richard, or will she get too close for the murderer’s comfort and become the next victim? This has always been a fun series to read and I am happy to see that Amy and Richard are finally getting their happily ever after. The whodunit in each and every book in this series has always been solid. While we may figure out who the murderer is, the why is usually a surprise. If you enjoy this book, I highly recommend checking out the author’s newest Book Lovers B&B Mystery series as well.

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  • Another Deadly Edition!

    This was a great cozy mystery with characters and a plot that keep you guessing. I couldn't put it down until the last page. I can't wait until the next story in this series. I received an advanced reader's copy in exchange for an honest review.

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  • A worthy addition to the series

    A Deadly Edition features Amy and Richard, a dead body discovery duo. The sleuthing primarily falls to Amy, head librarian, who uses her researching skills to get involved. Having read the entire series so far, I appreciate the fact that Amy does actually turn over all the information she finds to the police. This story’s plot was a little confusing, but the author does a great job with the storytelling so I didn’t lose interest. This story is completely standalone so you don’t necessarily need to read the previous books to understand it, but I recommend it so you can read Amy and Richard’s love story. This is definitely one of my most favorite cozy series. Thank you to Netgalley and Crooked Lane Books for the ARC. All opinions expressed are my own.

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  • An engaging cozy mystery

    A Deadly Edition by Victoria Gilbert has Amy Webber just four weeks away from her wedding to Richard Muir when they stumble upon a dead art dealer in Taylorsford, Virginia. Oscar Selvaggio was a rival of their friend, Kurt Kendrick. They both were after the very rare Kelmscott Chaucer. When Kurt becomes a prime suspect, Amy works to clear his name. A Deadly Edition has mystery, romance, intrigue, and humor. I thought A Deadly Edition was well-written with a multifaceted plot. There is quite a bit going on in this cozy mystery. In addition to Amy and Richard finishing the last-minute preparations for their upcoming nuptials, they both must continue working at their jobs. They also have Amy’s parents visiting for a few days and her brother has decided to stay in town until the wedding in four weeks. This is unusual for her brother and Amy is curious about his true reasons for being in town. She wonders if his job is a front for something covert. A coveted manuscript is for sale and Kurt Kendrick wants it. Unfortunately, so do other people including Oscar Selvaggio. Oscar ends up murdered with Kurt at the top of Chief Deputy Brad Tucker’s suspect list. Amy decides to do a little research as well as some snooping (in between dress fittings and cake tastings). The mystery was complex which I just loved and I enjoyed the dramatic reveal. There was intrigue and drama which keeps the reader engaged. I enjoy a twisty whodunit. It depends upon the number of mysteries you have read on whether you solve this mystery before the reveal or not. The ending will have readers smiling. A Deadly Edition is the 5th novel in A Blue Ridge Library Mystery series. It can be read as a standalone, but a new reader may be a little confused at the very beginning until the background details are provided. A Deadly Edition is a captivating cozy mystery with a matchless manuscript, scrumptious cake flavors, a deceased art dealer, shifty suspects, an infuriating soon-to-be-in-law, and wedding wonder.

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