Classified as Murder
Aging eccentric James Delacorte asks Charlie the librarian to do an inventory of his rare book collection-but the job goes from tedious to terrifying when James turns up dead. Relying on his cat Diesel to paw around for clues, Charlie has to catch the killer before another victim checks out. ... show more
Aging eccentric James Delacorte asks Charlie the librarian to do an inventory of his rare book collection-but the job goes from tedious to terrifying when James turns up dead. Relying on his cat Diesel to paw around for clues, Charlie has to catch the killer before another victim checks out. Read Miranda James's blogs and other content on the Penguin Community.
Publish date: May 3rd 2011
Pages no: 294
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Books About Books
, Mystery Thriller
, Cozy Mystery
Series: Cat in the Stacks Mystery (#2)
Book #2 of the Cat in the Stacks Mysteries Charlie has been hired by James Delacorte, a very wealthy resident of Athena, to help him put his books back to rights and find out what has been stolen and who did the deed. He is invited to tea on Saturday to meet the family. This is where we meet Stewa...
Librarian - check Cool Cat - Check Rare or unusual books - Check. A lot of my catnip here, a murder mystery with all of the above is not a hard read for me. It was more about the relationship between Charlie Harris and his son who is back in his life looking for a new life. Entertaining and gen...
Charlie Harris's working his volunteer job at the local library when James Delacorte a favorite elderly library patron asks for his help in doing a complete inventory of his personal collection of rare books. Meanwhile, Charlie's son Sean and his poodle puppy Dante have arrived in town from Texas l...
I'm really liking this cozy series. Charlie is a likable protagonist, the rare book info in this one was interesting and Diesel continues to be a great companion. Charlie's grown son, Sean, shows up and although they initially have a strain on their relationship it's nice to see another angle of C...
Another really enjoyable, relaxing read in this series. I could have done without the angst between father and son, but it was a really small part of the overall story for me, so it didn't shade my enjoyment of the book overall. Definitely a series I'll keep an eye on for the third book.
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