From the Queen (Bibliomysteries)
Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2015-08-18
Publisher: Mysterious Press
Pages no: 37
Edition language: English
Series: Death on Demand
I wish that I had noticed this was a bibliomystery. I am not fond of short stories. I feel like I just get into them and then bam, the murder is solved. However, I know that there are people out there who don't have time or want to make time to read a book that may take them over a week or two. I kn...
Carolyn Hart has been on my List (of Favorite Authors) for … ever. I’ve been reading the adventures of Annie and Max and Death on Demand for, yes, ever. They are quick and easy reads. Guilty pleasures, in a way; almost a waste of reading time that could be spent on more substantial books. But enough...
What I like about the Bibliomysteries that I've read so far is that they are all about books and that the authors' love for books is obvious. The mystery aspect has not been that strong, unfortunately. When a signed first edition of an Agatha Christie book is discovered in the Dead on Demand book ...
The Mysterious Bookshop has a series of short stories they commission from known authors and make available not only as e-books, but as printed book(let)s and limited editions. This is my first taste of these mini "Bibliomyisteries"; I'm a huge fan of the Death on Demand series, so it seemed like a...
Disclaimer: ARC via Netgalley. It’s probably not fair that I love the last Biblomystery I read and thought it was perfect. This rating is no doubt caused in part because of that. Hart’s story is about a rare book that could solve some problems for its new owner. ...
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