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William Shakespeare is credited with inventing how many words?* Answering Shakespeare trivia comes with the job description for library director Lindsey Norris. But when the Briar Creek Community Theater mounts their newest production of the Bard, she has no intention of leaving the stacks for the stage. Unfortunately a villain is waiting in the wings… Former Broadway act William Shakespeare is credited with inventing how many words?* Answering Shakespeare trivia comes with the job description for library director Lindsey Norris. But when the Briar Creek Community Theater mounts their newest production of the Bard, she has no intention of leaving the stacks for the stage. Unfortunately a villain is waiting in the wings… Former Broadway actress Violet La Rue is holding auditions for A Midsummer Night’s Dream—and everyone from the sour spinster librarian Ms. Cole to Lindsey’s youthful library pages are trying out for parts. Brought in to play the mischievous Puck is the flirtatious professional actor Robbie Vine, who seems to have eyes for Lindsey. Before her blush has faded, the Bard’s dream turns into a nightmare—when one of the cast is poisoned. Now Lindsey and her crafternooners must take center stage to unmask the culprit before the final curtain call… *Over 17,000


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William Shakespeare is credited with inventing how many words?* Answering Shakespeare trivia comes with the job description for library director Lindsey Norris. But when the Briar Creek Community Theater mounts their newest production of the Bard, she has no intention of leaving the stacks for the stage. Unfortunately a villain is waiting in the wings… Former Broadway act William Shakespeare is credited with inventing how many words?* Answering Shakespeare trivia comes with the job description for library director Lindsey Norris. But when the Briar Creek Community Theater mounts their newest production of the Bard, she has no intention of leaving the stacks for the stage. Unfortunately a villain is waiting in the wings… Former Broadway actress Violet La Rue is holding auditions for A Midsummer Night’s Dream—and everyone from the sour spinster librarian Ms. Cole to Lindsey’s youthful library pages are trying out for parts. Brought in to play the mischievous Puck is the flirtatious professional actor Robbie Vine, who seems to have eyes for Lindsey. Before her blush has faded, the Bard’s dream turns into a nightmare—when one of the cast is poisoned. Now Lindsey and her crafternooners must take center stage to unmask the culprit before the final curtain call… *Over 17,000

30 review for Read It and Weep

  1. 5 out of 5

    James

    It's getting better. I really like the main characters - especially the new addition! I'm loving the library backdrop. Who doesn't love a librarian solving crimes. And those kooky colleagues. And the dress up shows they perform. Silly fun. It's a cozy for those who love books. Plus we meet Robbie Vine... the Shakespearean actor who stumbles into the main character and interrupts her love life with a fellow town member. Robbie can be a little obnoxious, but he is a great character. And I probably It's getting better. I really like the main characters - especially the new addition! I'm loving the library backdrop. Who doesn't love a librarian solving crimes. And those kooky colleagues. And the dress up shows they perform. Silly fun. It's a cozy for those who love books. Plus we meet Robbie Vine... the Shakespearean actor who stumbles into the main character and interrupts her love life with a fellow town member. Robbie can be a little obnoxious, but he is a great character. And I probably shouldn't, but I'm rooting for him and Lindsey. I think they'd work well together! They're interactions are really fun and show potential. About Me For those new to me or my reviews... here's the scoop: I read A LOT. I write A LOT. And now I blog A LOT. First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at https://thisismytruthnow.com, where you'll also find TV & Film reviews, the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I've visited all over the world. And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the who/what/when/where and my pictures. Leave a comment and let me know what you think. Vote in the poll and ratings. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Natalia R

    4.5 Stars.A great addition to the series!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Melodie

    The "bad guy" in this one was EXTREMELY obvious to me, but that's not a big problem. The BIG PROBLEM is Ms. McKinlay's decision to go the dreaded triangle route! She is such a good writer that she REALLY doesn't need such tired, played out gimmicks to build readership. If this continues I'll be forced to drop both this and her Cupcake Bakery series as there's a triangle brewing there, too. I love her writing style, I love her characters, but triangles drive me up the wall and I won't waste my ti The "bad guy" in this one was EXTREMELY obvious to me, but that's not a big problem. The BIG PROBLEM is Ms. McKinlay's decision to go the dreaded triangle route! She is such a good writer that she REALLY doesn't need such tired, played out gimmicks to build readership. If this continues I'll be forced to drop both this and her Cupcake Bakery series as there's a triangle brewing there, too. I love her writing style, I love her characters, but triangles drive me up the wall and I won't waste my time reading books that frustrate me anymore.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mark Baker

    This fall, Lindsey’s friend Violet La Rue is directing a local theater production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and she is encouraging everyone to try out for it. Lindsey is more interested in working behind the scenes on the costumes, but many of her friends land parts in the play. The one non-community member cast is Violet’s friend, Robbie Vine, a celebrated actor. He brings with him his wife and his girlfriend, but he still is immediately smitten with Lindsey, and he starts flirting with her This fall, Lindsey’s friend Violet La Rue is directing a local theater production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and she is encouraging everyone to try out for it. Lindsey is more interested in working behind the scenes on the costumes, but many of her friends land parts in the play. The one non-community member cast is Violet’s friend, Robbie Vine, a celebrated actor. He brings with him his wife and his girlfriend, but he still is immediately smitten with Lindsey, and he starts flirting with her, which does nothing but irritate Sully, Lindsey’s ex. However, Lindsey’s romantic troubles aren’t the biggest issue on the stage. Instead, a series of increasingly more serious accidents seem to be happening in the theater. Is someone out to destroy the production? Is any one person the target? Will Lindsey get to the bottom of things before someone dies? Since I’m behind on this series, I knew that Lindsey was going to have some serious issues with her love life, and that is the case here. In fact, it feels more like the focus of the book with the mystery being a sub-plot. I’m a guy, so I don’t tend to read romances, and I stir clear of many romantic comedies because they aren’t my thing. The romantic comedy aspect of this book certainly bothered me. While there are some mysterious occurrences, it wasn’t really until the second half when the mystery really got going and even then, is often overshadowed by the romance. There is a good twist to the mystery, however. And I adore the series characters. We get to see a different side of a couple of them and finally spend some time getting to know Violet. On the other hand, the suspects were rather weak. I’ve read enough of author Jenn McKinlay’s books to know this is a blip from an author I usually adore. If you are a fan of her books, you’ll still want to see what happens here. If you are new to her books, you’ll be better served starting with a different book and coming back to this one later. Personally, I am looking forward to visiting Lindsey again soon. Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Fred

    Read It And Weep is the 4th book in the Library Lover's Mystery series. And an exciting and fun series it is. There's an often used cliche, "I couldn't put the book down" and that certainly describes this book for me. Violet LaRue, former stage actress and a craftnooner at Briar Creek Library, is getting ready to stage a play at the local community theatre and has enlisted the notable actor Robbie Vine to lead the cast. As casting call gets underway, it is very evident that Robbie is living up to Read It And Weep is the 4th book in the Library Lover's Mystery series. And an exciting and fun series it is. There's an often used cliche, "I couldn't put the book down" and that certainly describes this book for me. Violet LaRue, former stage actress and a craftnooner at Briar Creek Library, is getting ready to stage a play at the local community theatre and has enlisted the notable actor Robbie Vine to lead the cast. As casting call gets underway, it is very evident that Robbie is living up to his playboy reputation and has set his sights on Lindsey, the community's library director. But when some attempts are made on his life, Lindsey feels that it's time to look into his past to try and determine who might want to see him dead. There are numerous suspects for Lindsey to look at. Could it be Brian, who Lindsey has heard threaten Robbie, possibly his wife, who he is separated from, or maybe his girlfriend that he has recently broken up with. Maybe Harvey Wargus, a critic who in the past has given Violet and Robbie bad reviews and who has been hired by the billionaire Sterling Buchanan, past lover of Violet. All the wonderful characters are back once again and most are busy acting in the play and helping Lindsey to sort through the suspects. Even Ms. Lemon, oops, I mean Miss Cole is has a role and a possible budding romance. Meantime, Lindsey and Seth seem to be cooling their relationship. A wonderful series and entertaining characters. So looking forward to the next book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Peggy R

    I am really enjoying this series. What I like the most about this author is her ability to create such diverse characters and settings. All of her series are different yet they all have terrific characters and engaging mysteries. Lindsey's life is a little chaotic now that she and Sully are no longer dating. I enjoyed how we got to see a bit more of the citizens of Briar Creek, especially Violet and Charlene in this book. I really liked the mystery, while I figure out the identity of the killer I am really enjoying this series. What I like the most about this author is her ability to create such diverse characters and settings. All of her series are different yet they all have terrific characters and engaging mysteries. Lindsey's life is a little chaotic now that she and Sully are no longer dating. I enjoyed how we got to see a bit more of the citizens of Briar Creek, especially Violet and Charlene in this book. I really liked the mystery, while I figure out the identity of the killer and the victim's secret, there was a really great twist at the end that I didn't see coming. That is another thing I enjoy about this author. She has two long running series and she has written her characters and mysteries in such a way that readers continue to return book after book. On to the next book which I have on my shelf and then I will need to visit my own local library for the rest of the books in the series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    Best book in the series thus far I loved it! Wish I could give it 10 stars!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Not much to say about this installment in the Library Lover's Mysteries.   Usually I don't care what the outcome of a mystery is; I just want to see how it all happens. The killer was obvious at the beginning of the book. That just made the rest of the book a behind the scenes look at the making of a community theater play.   Pythagoras of Samos would be disappointed to know that his theorem has been used in such an obtuse form between Lindsey, Sully and Robbie.   There were a few things left open at Not much to say about this installment in the Library Lover's Mysteries.   Usually I don't care what the outcome of a mystery is; I just want to see how it all happens. The killer was obvious at the beginning of the book. That just made the rest of the book a behind the scenes look at the making of a community theater play.   Pythagoras of Samos would be disappointed to know that his theorem has been used in such an obtuse form between Lindsey, Sully and Robbie.   There were a few things left open at the end of this book. What's up with Charlene's dad? Is Robbie here to stay? Oh dear, WHY? Will we get more Ian? Does Lindsey's library have the latest addition of Heir to the Jedi by Kevin Hearne?   Because I really like Jenn McKinlay and am willing to go along for the ride, I'm going to have to read the next book to find out.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Bridget Vollmer

    Another great book in this series. I guessed the suspect early on but what a surprise ending. Can't wait to read the next one. Another great book in this series. I guessed the suspect early on but what a surprise ending. Can't wait to read the next one.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    This series is so easy to love. I enjoyed the play setting in this one. I had some things figured out(including the murderer) but was definitely surprised at the ending too. Looking forward to seeing what happens next with Lindsey and Sully too!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Michelle

    All authors, repeat after me... L O V E TRIANGLES are L A Z Y writing. I think I sprained my eyes from rolling them so hard in this book. ANOTHER love triangle? REALLY Jenn McKinlay? R E A L L Y??? Sigh. It is lazy writing and insulting to the readers. It is a gimmick to get the reader to continue reading the series. It is cheap and lazy and UGH!!!!! PLEASE STOP!!! The story itself wasn't that bad - the village has decided to put on A Midsummer Night's Dream [my favorite of all the bards comedic All authors, repeat after me... L O V E TRIANGLES are L A Z Y writing. I think I sprained my eyes from rolling them so hard in this book. ANOTHER love triangle? REALLY Jenn McKinlay? R E A L L Y??? Sigh. It is lazy writing and insulting to the readers. It is a gimmick to get the reader to continue reading the series. It is cheap and lazy and UGH!!!!! PLEASE STOP!!! The story itself wasn't that bad - the village has decided to put on A Midsummer Night's Dream [my favorite of all the bards comedic plays] and not only do they have a famous retired Broadway performer directing the play, they have THE famous Robbie Vine to play Puck. Everyone and everybody knows Robbie Vine and the swooning starts almost immediately. And of course, since our MC and her fantastic boyfriend have broken up [because he is an insecure moron who doesn't actually KNOW how to listen to anything anyone says to him], Robbie is IMMEDIATELY drawn to Lindsey. Who is both attracted to him AND guilt-ridden because you know, SULLY is still out there . So of course, Sully get jealous. And has to strut around and do and say things that just confuse Lindsey further. Yeah, because THAT is super helpful. N O T. It takes chapters for the murder to happen and then chapters to solve it and the ending is okay, but considering what the killer was suffering from (view spoiler)[I feel they could have really opened up a great dialogue about Munchhausen's by Proxy here, but they just sort of skirted over it and there is really no satisfying ending, which is frustrating IMO (hide spoiler)] , the end just felt forces and superficial. With the two men still "dueling" over Lindsey. This was NOT my favorite of the series and I have to say that the next one is not high on my list considering the whole LOVE TRIANGLE crap. What a way to ruin a perfectly lovely series. ***A side note - the narrator for this book is just awful. Almost all of the older women sound like they have been smokers for 100 years and do not even get me started on the male voices. This is one instance where it would have been just awesome to have the book read to me. I ended up just finishing the book myself [and giving myself a headache in the process] because I just could not stand it anymore.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Amber Scaife

    Lindsey gets involved in the current local theater production and *nearly* gets involved with the famous actor who comes to town for a role in the play, all while still working out her feelings for Handsome Boat Captain Who Dumped Her in the Last Book. Oh, and there's a murder. The writing isn't great (or even good in parts) and the story is kind of silly, but I can't help it: I love cozy mysteries. So comforting and non-brain-cell-needing. I love to love the characters and the small towns they i Lindsey gets involved in the current local theater production and *nearly* gets involved with the famous actor who comes to town for a role in the play, all while still working out her feelings for Handsome Boat Captain Who Dumped Her in the Last Book. Oh, and there's a murder. The writing isn't great (or even good in parts) and the story is kind of silly, but I can't help it: I love cozy mysteries. So comforting and non-brain-cell-needing. I love to love the characters and the small towns they inhabit, plus this series heavily involves a small-town library. I can overlook lack of quality in some areas for the equally important value of comforting happiness it brings.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Denise Zendel

    Book No. 4 in the “Library Lover’s Mystery” series has Lindsay Norris, town librarian, participating in the community theater’s production of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night ‘s Dream.” Everyone in town is trying out for a part, including the Lemon (aka Ms. Cole, Lindsay’s sour, disapproving employee). Lindsay is content with her backstage role in the costume department. A handsome, famous actor, Robby Vine, is brought in to play one of the lead roles. Coincidentally he has a connection to assort Book No. 4 in the “Library Lover’s Mystery” series has Lindsay Norris, town librarian, participating in the community theater’s production of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night ‘s Dream.” Everyone in town is trying out for a part, including the Lemon (aka Ms. Cole, Lindsay’s sour, disapproving employee). Lindsay is content with her backstage role in the costume department. A handsome, famous actor, Robby Vine, is brought in to play one of the lead roles. Coincidentally he has a connection to assorted Briar Creek residents, and he may have the hots for Lindsay as well. The complicated relationship between Lindsay and the handsome boat captain, Sully, is still stuck in neutral. At the end of book three, Sully dumps her and they spend most of this book dancing around their attraction to each other. The ending was a surprise to me – but then I don’t read mysteries to figure out whodunit; I read more for the relationships between the characters and I like to be carried along in the story and find out when the characters find out. As always, this series veers a little too close to “romance wearing mystery clothing” for me, but even with that, I have grown attached to the characters and I want to know what happens next. I’m a huge fan of Jenn McKinlay’s anyway, and this series just makes me like her work all the more.

  14. 4 out of 5

    jennyreadit

    Whew.. this one was all over the place. The author was trying to " teach" me too much about too many different topics; books, Shakespeare, theater, crafting cards, using a library as a resource tool, Munchausen by proxy, relationship tension, etc... Seriously, I do not know why I keep reading these..... I like the character of Lindsey, but I am growing weary of the seesaw between her and Sully. Either be together or don't. I read mysteries for the crime and intrigue and don't mind a little romanc Whew.. this one was all over the place. The author was trying to " teach" me too much about too many different topics; books, Shakespeare, theater, crafting cards, using a library as a resource tool, Munchausen by proxy, relationship tension, etc... Seriously, I do not know why I keep reading these..... I like the character of Lindsey, but I am growing weary of the seesaw between her and Sully. Either be together or don't. I read mysteries for the crime and intrigue and don't mind a little romance thrown in, but this is getting old.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Zoe

    I've just finished Read It and Weep and I can say that I enjoyed it even though it wasn't the best or most original murder mystery I have read. In my opinion, Jenn McKinlay is a skilled writer and she is able to turn a mediocre plot into a fun story. Of course the love triangle that makes its appearance in this book is not the best way to proceed with the whole series but I hope the next installment will be better. I've just finished Read It and Weep and I can say that I enjoyed it even though it wasn't the best or most original murder mystery I have read. In my opinion, Jenn McKinlay is a skilled writer and she is able to turn a mediocre plot into a fun story. Of course the love triangle that makes its appearance in this book is not the best way to proceed with the whole series but I hope the next installment will be better.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Tobey

    I didn't put the book down. Sure, I guessed the suspect, surprises, plot twists and was satisfied that the one I wanted to be the "bad guy" really was, but I had to keep reading to make certain the book fulfilled all my guesses. Delightful series. I look forward to reading the next one. Lots of potential romance and development of other characters. Diverse group. I didn't put the book down. Sure, I guessed the suspect, surprises, plot twists and was satisfied that the one I wanted to be the "bad guy" really was, but I had to keep reading to make certain the book fulfilled all my guesses. Delightful series. I look forward to reading the next one. Lots of potential romance and development of other characters. Diverse group.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ale

    Annnd Love triangle means I’m out. Had a really hard time getting through this one which is a shame as the series had a promising opening.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mel

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Lindsey's, (a white woman) love life takes center stage in this round, as her (black) friend Violet has a play and decides to hire everyone in town to be in it. Including her dear and asinine fellow actor friend, who just happens to show up in town. We're not sure what color his skin is, the author only points out black people. At this point if you continued to read this review, it will basically consist of me yelling at the book/author. See below: *You can't claim a woman as a prize, she's a not Lindsey's, (a white woman) love life takes center stage in this round, as her (black) friend Violet has a play and decides to hire everyone in town to be in it. Including her dear and asinine fellow actor friend, who just happens to show up in town. We're not sure what color his skin is, the author only points out black people. At this point if you continued to read this review, it will basically consist of me yelling at the book/author. See below: *You can't claim a woman as a prize, she's a not merchandise, ffs. *At least McKinlay isn't pointing out who's black, but now she's making it worse, she has to point out their skin color. Gods.... *Wait- she pointed out they're black. *"Plenty of artsy types". Ooookay. I think she meant that as a derogatory comment.... *"With our braun and your girls of sense of aesthetic". Braun? And they're women, not girls. Since when did Jenn McKinlay become misogynist? Oh wait, the cupcake series, I forgot.. *She literally just spent two paragraphs describing her co-workers clothing choices. Wtfc. *McKinlay decides this is the book where the dude plays head games with our main character as she pines over him every three pages. Gag. *How is Chief Plewski new if she's a native Creeker? *Maybe you should have investigated the attempts of murder before the victim was actually murdered!!! I thought for once there could be a murder mystery with an attempt at it, but NOOOO had to go and kill them. Oh, wait...... *Ruth Ives Cinderella doesn't even look like a pumpkin. Poor cover choice to have the pumpkin be the main character.. (You'll get it when you read the book) *Gee, on one hand we have the silent and devoted strong type. On the other, a narcissistic married guy with also a gf on the side. Who on EARTH do we pick? Seriously McKinlay? That's just stupidity if there's even a comparison.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    In this fourth book, the community is putting on the play, A Midsummers Night's Dream by Shakesphere. Doing a guest appearnace as Puck is a professional actor by the name of Robbie Vine, a real charmer. Unfortunatley, someone seems to have it in for him, as there are several "accidents" and finally a poisioning. Who is trying to ruin the performance for everyone? One thing that really annoyed me at the beginning of the book was how many times it was mentioned that Sully had mahogany curls. It was In this fourth book, the community is putting on the play, A Midsummers Night's Dream by Shakesphere. Doing a guest appearnace as Puck is a professional actor by the name of Robbie Vine, a real charmer. Unfortunatley, someone seems to have it in for him, as there are several "accidents" and finally a poisioning. Who is trying to ruin the performance for everyone? One thing that really annoyed me at the beginning of the book was how many times it was mentioned that Sully had mahogany curls. It was getting very tiresome and I am surprised that editing didn't catch it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Trish

    I haven't read any of this series for ages. It's still fun. I haven't read any of this series for ages. It's still fun.

  21. 5 out of 5

    LORI (Dollycas) CASWELL

    Dollycas’s Thoughts I loved this story! Not a huge fan of reading Shakespeare but love watching the plays and this production sounded like so much fun especially due to a very surprising twist. Let’s face it Jenn McKinlay never disappoints. Each story is better than the last. She creates awesome characters and plots an engaging story around them that just keeps those pages flying. I especially enjoyed new side developing of “the lemon” Ms. Cole. Lindsey and Sully’s relationship is still on the roc Dollycas’s Thoughts I loved this story! Not a huge fan of reading Shakespeare but love watching the plays and this production sounded like so much fun especially due to a very surprising twist. Let’s face it Jenn McKinlay never disappoints. Each story is better than the last. She creates awesome characters and plots an engaging story around them that just keeps those pages flying. I especially enjoyed new side developing of “the lemon” Ms. Cole. Lindsey and Sully’s relationship is still on the rocks but he gets pretty jealous when another man gives Lindsey a little attention. Another wonderfully plotted mystery full of twists and turns. You definitely won’t be weeping when you read this story. If you are new to this series start at the beginning with Books Can Be Deceiving (A Library Lover’s Mystery), you will then want to read every one. If you are already a fan pick up this one as soon as you can.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Leslye ♥

    Although I've enjoyed the series, this fourth installment was a bit disappointing. The mystery was weak- very predictable with obvious clues. The love triangle thing is getting old, and Lindsey is starting to get annoying with her romantic melodrama. In fact, if the romance portion of this book weren't so juvenile I'd probably rate it higher. 2.5*- Not the best, and it almost made me give up on the series, but not quite yet. I just hope the author will show Lindsey some redemption in the next boo Although I've enjoyed the series, this fourth installment was a bit disappointing. The mystery was weak- very predictable with obvious clues. The love triangle thing is getting old, and Lindsey is starting to get annoying with her romantic melodrama. In fact, if the romance portion of this book weren't so juvenile I'd probably rate it higher. 2.5*- Not the best, and it almost made me give up on the series, but not quite yet. I just hope the author will show Lindsey some redemption in the next book. I'll keep reading the series hoping this was a one off thing.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Anissa

    I like this one & think it's a fine cozy series. I was reading them in order but my library had the third in the series checked out so I went with this one & I can say, I don't think it matters with regard to continuity. After reading the first and second these can likely be read out of order without causing one to be lost. I'll likely continue with the series. I like this one & think it's a fine cozy series. I was reading them in order but my library had the third in the series checked out so I went with this one & I can say, I don't think it matters with regard to continuity. After reading the first and second these can likely be read out of order without causing one to be lost. I'll likely continue with the series.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    I read this one out of order, I wasn't sure how I mixed that up. But it was very good, just the same. But because I read them out of order, I did have a clue to a surprise. There were some twists and turns that I really liked. And I really like getting to know the characters even more. I definitely recommend this book and this series! I read this one out of order, I wasn't sure how I mixed that up. But it was very good, just the same. But because I read them out of order, I did have a clue to a surprise. There were some twists and turns that I really liked. And I really like getting to know the characters even more. I definitely recommend this book and this series!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Heidi Prockish

    My first book of 2021 is a re-read. I love, love, LOVE this series!! I feel like I can relate to Lindsey and so I get sucked in on page 1. I really like the twist that is part of this book and I am so hungry for more!! If you like cozies, definitely try this series!! (Also, I recommend reading this one in order)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    Aint' nothing to cry about for fans of this series featuring a librarian in a seaside town. There's a little Shakespeare, a little community theater, a little love triangle, and of course murderous madness. Aint' nothing to cry about for fans of this series featuring a librarian in a seaside town. There's a little Shakespeare, a little community theater, a little love triangle, and of course murderous madness.

  27. 5 out of 5

    ❂ Murder by Death

    Annoyed and disappointed. Murderer obvious and there's a love triangle. Full Review: http://jenn.booklikes.com/post/707212... Annoyed and disappointed. Murderer obvious and there's a love triangle. Full Review: http://jenn.booklikes.com/post/707212...

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bea

    the twist at the end completely threw me; I had no idea. A little slow in the middle. I liked it, will look for the others in the series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Regan

    Not a bad entry to this series....the prior three were much better reads. Just a little too much time spent on Lindsey waiting for Sully to declare himself. The twist at the end was a good one.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Vicki Gooding

    Jenn McKinlay is an excellent author. This book was a tad different than the first three. Same library with diverse cast of characters, and circle of friends, neighbors and adorable little dog but it felt different. I actually knew where the story was heading early on, but it was still fun getting there. The group of friends are dynamite how they are just there for one another. A new personality from the theater of this story created a love triangle in this book. As sometimes happens in these ty Jenn McKinlay is an excellent author. This book was a tad different than the first three. Same library with diverse cast of characters, and circle of friends, neighbors and adorable little dog but it felt different. I actually knew where the story was heading early on, but it was still fun getting there. The group of friends are dynamite how they are just there for one another. A new personality from the theater of this story created a love triangle in this book. As sometimes happens in these types of situations some immaturity from the heroine, flirting and head games are underlying confusion and tension among them, and the friends who are not sure what to think. The mystery was good, and I'm looking forward to continuing this series.

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