Lindsey witnesses a hit-and-run from the inside of the library. She
rushes out to help, almost positive that the owner of the car sped up to
hit the woman. Lindsey isn't interested in investigating until the driver's
linked to a stolen car with checked out library materials inside. When
the police chief, Emma, comes to her looking for answers, Lindsey isn't
about to hand over private information without a warrant. It's clear
Emma's frustrated with the case and getting heat to solve it quickly.
The situation escalates when the driver is found murdered and a
second attempt is made on the woman's life. Lindsey and her sleuthing
team get to work to see what they can uncover before someone
succeeds at murdered Theresa.
Reminiscent of Jane Eyre, HITTING
THE BOOKS, the 9th book in the Library Lover's Mystery series will leave you smiling. The
characters bring this series to life, from the "crafternoon" crowd to the
library staff. Beth's neverending reminiscing about her wedding might
be getting on everyone's nerves in the book, but it's sweet to readers.
The banter between old romantic foes Robbie and Sully add a few
laughs. HITTING THE BOOKS
marks a significant moment in the relationship between Sully and
Lindsey. They have a few details to iron out with their new
arrangement. Sully helps Lindsey investigate, which makes for a nice
moment for the couple. A guide to hosting your own "crafternoon" is
included with recipes, craft instructions, and a reader's guide to A Tree
Grows in Brooklyn. This cozy series is the perfect blend of small-town
charm, bookish people, a great library, friendship, romance, and of
course -- murder.
It's murder by the book in the latest hit Library Lover's
mystery from the New York Times bestselling author of
Death in the Stacks.
When a stack of library materials is found at the scene of a
hit and run, library director Lindsey Norris finds herself
dragged into the investigation as the police try to link the
driver of the stolen car to the person who borrowed the
books. Before Lindsey can delve into the library's records,
the victim of the hit and run, Theresa Houston, suffers
another "accident" and the investigation shifts from driver
negligence to attempted homicide.
A clue surfaces in the confiscated library materials that
could crack open the case and it is up to Lindsey to piece
it all together. But things are not as they seem in the
sleepy town of Briar Creek and when the driver of the stolen
car turns up dead, Lindsey, her staff and her library
friends have to hit the books before the murderer gets the