The latest in the Bibliophile series and is a favorite of mine. I have been fortunate to have read all the books in this series. I followed all of Brooklyn ‘s adventures and thoroughly enjoyed them. This one does not disappoint. Brooklyn Wainwright repairs damaged books to pristine condition. She is planning a wedding to Derek Stone, a retired British government agent. San Francisco homicide officer, Inspector Lee has become a friend. Brooklyn is looking forward to meeting Derek’s parents who are flying to San Francisco for a week’s visit. Her parents will join the group. The is vandalism in the neighborhood and she is worried about the Courtyard building across the street from them. It has a number of small neighborhood stores. She is lusting after, a first edition copy of Alice In Wonderland that is in the Brothers Bookstore. Looking for breakfast, she finds the shelving has fallen over and one shop owner is dead and another unconscious. The parents arrived and all become friends. Both Mother’s recognize the talents of each other. Brooklyn and Derek offer to help Inspector Lee as she looks for answers. I highly recommend this book and series.Recipes are included. I received a free copy from Berkley Publishing Group through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.
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