I like the unusual settings of this series very much. The book’s background is determined by a historical mystery author. The characters are well developed and have become friends. I wanted to know what is happening in their lives. Jordan Bingham has been hired by a wealthy recluse, Vera Van Alst, whose only passion is for books. Vera’s first editions of Dorothy L. Sayer were stolen and sold to an unknown buyer. Almost everything in the book is an illusion and there a lot of surprises throughout the tale. Jordan must find the missing books to keep her job and the lives of friend and herself. I highly recommend this book.
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Sounds like you really enjoyed this book.
I recently read my first Sayers book so it was interesting to see her as a focus in this mystery.