Book Fair and Foul

Book Fair and Foul

Book - 2014
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The members of the Ashton Corners Mystery Readers and Cheese Straws Society are all chipping in as Molly Mathews, now owner of the bookstore the Book Nook, prepares the first annual Mystery Book Fair. While gossip circulates about the guest authors, club member Lizzie Turner is unpleasantly surprised to see a certain book publicist make an appearance. It seems Lizzie has a history with Ashley Dixon--a chapter of her life she'd rather leave closed. But when someone gives Ashley a death sentence, Lizzie becomes the prime suspect in a murder mystery she can't put down. Now Lizzie and her fellow book buffs have to read between the lines of the publicist's past and catch the real killer before Lizzie is written off for good.
When book club member Lizzie Turner is accused of murdering Ashley Dixon, a book publicist she hates, her fellow members, including bookstore owner Molly Mathews, must rewrite Lizzie's fate by finding the real killer
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2014
Edition: Berkley Prime Crime mass-market edition
ISBN: 9780425271490
0425271498
Branch Call Number: CHASE E
Characteristics: 294 pages ; 18 cm

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LaughingOne Nov 11, 2014

Didn't like this one as well as earlier one. Not sure if I'll look for others. I'm getting tired of these cozies that have a female protagonist who decides to investigate murders against the wises of their boyfriends who just happen to be police or sheriff or private investigator types. The women do foolish things and put themselves in danger and yet miraculously come through okay. It's become a stretch too far for me.

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