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A Likely Story by Jenn McKinlay

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Barking Up the Wrong Tree, October 2017
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A Likely Story, November 2016
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Better Late Than Never, November 2016
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Vanilla Beaned, April 2016
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Copy Cap Murderer, January 2016
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A Likely Story, November 2015
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The Cozy Cookbook, April 2015
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On Borrowed Time, November 2014
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Death of a Mad Hatter, May 2014
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Read It And Weep, November 2013
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Cloche And Dagger, August 2013
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Going, Going, Ganache, April 2013
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A Likely Story
Jenn McKinlay

Library Lover's Mystery #6
Berkley Prime Crime
November 2015
On Sale: November 3, 2015
336 pages
ISBN: 0425260747
EAN: 9780425260746
Kindle: B00SI026IS
Hardcover / e-Book
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Paperback (November 2016)

Mystery

A new hardcover in the Library Lover's mystery series from the New York Times bestselling author of On Borrowed Time. Small-town librarian Lindsey Norris must solve a murder and a missing person's case involving two reclusive brothers.

NOT HIS BROTHER'S KEEPER

Delivering books to the housebound residents of the Thumb Islands, just a short boat ride from the town of Briar Creek, library director Lindsey Norris has befriended two elderly brothers, Stewart and Peter Rosen. She enjoys visiting them in their treasure-filled, ramshackle Victorian on Star Island until she discovers that Peter has been killed and Stewart is missing. Now she's determined to solve a murder and find Stewart before he suffers his brother's fate.

Library Lover's Mystery

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1 comment posted.

Re: A Likely Story

There are several reasons I could give you, but the main two
facts are that we moved from a 3 bedroom house to a one
bedroom apartment. I'm also an avid knitter and reader, so
there are a lot of supplies on hand, as well as books - both
regular reading, and books having to do with knitting and
crochet. I have been looking for the time where I can just
go through my things and organize them a little better, and
they wouldn't look quite as bad as they do now, since I have
the space to put my supplies. Since my Father passed away
recently, and I now inherited some things from my Parents'
house on top of it, I've been working on straightening things
out, which is hard to do. We still don't have everything
from their house over here, and have one piece of furniture
to bring, along with some assorted items. My Husband is the
person that travels light, but he's stopped saying anything,
since he knows it will fall on deaf ears. There's only so
much I can do, and I throw out what I can. Some things are
too sentimental to throw away. I'm looking forward to
reading your book. It sounds like a great story, and I've
put it on my TBR list for my Fall/Winter reading list.
(Peggy Roberson 6:13am November 17, 2015)

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