I love libraries, books, and dogs, so I did like Due or Die, the second in the mystery series featuring library director Lindsey Norris of Briar Creek, Connecticut. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Harvee L.
I loved this follow-up to Books Can Be Deceiving. I love to see how the women of the Crafternoon Club are faring.Published 3 months ago by Bridget E. LaDuca
Like all the books in this series, this is an enjoyable, light, evening read. The book and library references are always fun, and the understanding of a coastal New England village... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dianna R. Dennis
what a great place the library in this series is to be! wish I had a library like that in my area!Published 6 months ago by bookworm
A very nice cozy mystery! I am looking forward to more books in the series. These are enjoyable quick reads.Published 6 months ago by Ann Shepardson
I like her books because they are quite well written and have no graphic sex. They are well thought out with romance thrown in for good measure. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Phoward
In her second "Library Lover's Mystery," McKinlay's writing style has smoothed out, Linsday has settled in more comfortably in her adopted town, and the mystery is fun.Published 6 months ago by Leon's mom
Be patient, there is a mystery in there but you have to work through an abandoned dog, a storm, a mentally unbalanced woman and a budding romance before Jenn McKinlay gets back to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nancy