Peril in Paperback

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New American Library, 2012 - Fiction - 304 pages
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How to become the life of the party? First, survive the celebration…

Rare books and antiquities expert Brooklyn Wainwright is thrilled to be invited to the fiftieth birthday party of her neighbor Suzie’s aunt Grace. A retired founder of a major video game corporation, Grace is a larger-than-life character who’s turned her Lake Tahoe mansion into a fun house, full of everything from pinball machines and giant props to secret passageways and trap doors. Brooklyn is most excited to catalog Grace’s extensive collection of rare paperback pulp fiction.

Part of the fun involves a sťance, but after the lights flicker, one guest is dead, poisoned by a cocktail intended for Grace. It seems someone is determined to turn Grace’s playful palatial estate into a house of horrors. Brooklyn suspects the key to the killer’s identity may lie in the roman Š clef Grace has written about her life. With Grace in great peril, “must-read” takes on a whole new meaning, as Brooklyn tries to stop a murderer who’s through playing around… †

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Review: Peril in Paperback (Bibliophile Mystery #6)

User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

Another great addition to the series. I like that Derek was absent for most of the book, letting Brooklyn shine as the main character once more. She did have her other friends to lean on from time to ... Read full review

Review: Peril in Paperback (Bibliophile Mystery #6)

User Review  - Melissa Cochrill - Goodreads

Another good book in the Bibliophile Mystery series! The MC in this series is a strong smart woman who is not in a love triangle. Hooray! In this book, Brooklyn's boyfriend is not in this story as ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

A native Californian, award-winning writer Kate Carlisle worked in television for many years before turning to writing. A lifelong fascination with the art and craft of bookbinding led her to write the Bibliophile Mysteries featuring Brooklyn Wainwright, whose bookbinding and restoration skills invariably uncover old secrets, treachery, and murder. †

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