IF BOOKS COULD KILL:
A Bibliophile Mystery (Book #2)
By Kate Carlisle
Signet; February, 2010 ($7.99)
Reviewed by Miriam Martinez
This is a good book, but unfortunately not as good as the first in the series. The problem with this book is that it was full of hard-to-believe coincidences that the author seemed to need in order to explain some of the events. I loved the first book, and I was truly expecting the same from this one. I just hope things pick up again in the following books before I give up.
In this book, Brooklyn Wainwright flies to London to the International Book Fair, and finds out that her ex-boyfriend Kyle McVee owns a book that has crucial information that could change people's knowledge about the British monarchy. Some days later, he's found killed. Premise is good, but development not so much.
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