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  • Another fabulous entry in the series!

    Christmas is over and Greybourne Harbor is gearing up for their Annual Fire and Ice festival to kick off the new year. As the town collects old Christmas trees for a bonfire and ice sculptors head into town, the whole town is busy preparing for the first festival of the new year. Paige’s father comes back to town after 20 years and the father of her daughter Emma also hits town with his new love interest, adding stress for Paige’s entire family. When the ex is found murdered in the back of the family bakery, Momma Martha is the prime suspect. Addie vows to do her best to find the murderer before Martha is convicted of a crime she didn’t commit and hopes she won’t end up the next victim. I adore this series and treasure each new release. Superb writing, a solid who done it and characters that feel like friends keep me coming back to Greybourne Harbor ever time.

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  • Good sleuthing!

    family-dynamics, friendship, cozy-mystery, theft, murder-investigation, relationships, small-town, small-business, amateur-sleuth***** Addie the rare book appraiser and bookshop owner has been on the wrong side of the suspect list before but this time it is dear friends who remain under interrogation. One friend tumbles from a ladder and is severely injured. While in hospital her house keys have gone missing and a family heirloom book has been stolen. Then the body of a man known and disliked by another family of friends is found in the alley behind their shops. The police are not happy and disagree with Addie's conclusions about her friends. Well done with red herrings and plot twists as well as truly believable characters. ! very good read! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you!

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  • I love this book...

    Worth to wait 😊😊😊, I can't guess who did it. I love the part that family got reunite.

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  • A believable, clue-filled mystery

    Thanks to Kensington Books & NetGalley for a digital advance reader's copy of this book. All comments and opinions are my own. This was #5 in the series but the first one for me and it can be read as a standalone. Taking place right after Christmas, there is still snow and a celebratory "Fire and Ice Festival" to cap the holidays (ice carvings and Christmas tree burning)! Addie is the amateur sleuth and bookstore owner who tries to find the true murderer when long-time town resident Martha is arrested as the only suspect in the murder of her ex-son-in-law, whose body is found behind Martha's bakery. Lots of characters to keep track of, a little romance between Addie and her new boyfriend Simon (the town's coroner), several suspicious characters, and a sweet Yorkipoo puppy named Pippi. A quick and easy read, this was a believable, clue-filled mystery with a satisfying ending.

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  • The 5th A Beyond the Page Bookstore Mystery

    A Page Marked for Murder by Lauren Elliott is the 5th A Beyond the Page Bookstore Mystery. This cozy mystery can be read as a standalone if you are new to the series or if you have missed a book or two. Addie Greystone owns Beyond the Page, a bookstore and curio shop in Greystone Harbor. She is fortunate to have Paige Stringer as her shop assistant (she is also referenced as store manager). Without Paige, Addie would not be able to run around town solving crimes (I am curious as to how she can afford two employees). I had mixed feelings about A Page Marked for Murder. There are some parts that I liked and other parts that I could have done without. I love the descriptions of the bookstore, the book references, Gloria’s adorable dog, and Addie’s Victorian home. The death of Brett Palmer has misdirection and a handful of suspects. I liked that the murder weapon was a curiosity. I wish it had been as challenging to identify the guilty party. I could have done with less speculation and time spent rehashing the case details. The story could have used action to liven things up (would have helped the with the pacing as well). I appreciated that the whodunit was wrapped up without leaving any lingering questions. I do think it is time for Marc Chandler, the chief of police, to get past his issues with Addie. Addie takes care of Gloria McBride’s Yorkipoo, Pippi who sounds adorable. I am beginning to think, however, that I am the only person to leave my dogs at home (or without a babysitter) when I go out to run errands. I thought it was sweet that Pippi needed her teddy bear, Baxter to sleep peacefully. Dr. Simon Emerson and Addie’s relationship is developing and going in a positive direction. Kalea Hudson, Addie’s cousin, is still living with Addie and sort of working at the bookstore. Kalea is up to something and neglecting her duties. Addie needs bite the bullet and to talk to Kalea. I am hoping that we will see less of Kalea in the next book. I do not like Kalea or her attitude. I keep hoping Kalea will learn a lesson, but I do not see that happening. While A Page Marked for Murder was not a home run for me, I am looking forward to reading Under the Cover of Murder when it comes out in the spring. A Page Marked for Murder is a curious cozy mystery with a bear named Baxter, a cutie of a canine, a mystifying murder weapon, a valuable volume, a prisoned parent, and one stumped sleuth.

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