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If Books Could Kill by Kate Carlisle
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May 31, 2011

it was amazing
Read on May 30, 2011

Instead of doing all those things I "had" to do yesterday--Memorial Day--I flopped on the front porch with If Books Could Kill for the afternoon and enjoyed it immensely. (These rare days remind me so much of when I was growing up...summer, too hot to move, book I can't put down.) Brooklyn Wainwright, the narrator of the Bibliophile Mysteries, is a fun companion and the book is at times laugh-out-loud hilarious. Plus, the setting--Edinburgh, during its Book Festival--is perfect for us book geeks. (I'll admit I had to do an Internet search to find out when the next Edinburgh Book Festival is. No, I won't be going...but I can dream.)I am looking forward to the next adventures with Brooklyn (and I'm only two books behind at this point)!

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