A Murder for the Books (Blue Ridge Library Mysteries #1)

A Murder for the Books (Blue Ridge Library Mysteries #1)

Fleeing a disastrous love affair, university librarian Amy Webber moves in with her aunt in a quiet, historic mountain town in Virginia. She quickly busies herself with managing a charming public library that requires all her attention with its severe lack of funds and overabundance of eccentric patrons. The last thing she needs is a new, available neighbor whose charm lur Fleeing a disastrous love affair, university librarian Amy Webber moves in with her aunt in a quiet, historic mountain to...

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Title:A Murder for the Books (Blue Ridge Library Mysteries #1)
Author:Victoria Gilbert
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:B072396C2L
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:336 pages pages

A Murder for the Books (Blue Ridge Library Mysteries #1) Reviews

  • Brenda
    Dec 03, 2017
    Taylorsford in Virginia was a peaceful, quiet town with historic significance and when Amy Webber moved there to live with her Aunt Lydia after she?d had a fall, Amy fell in love with the place. Director of the local library, she also enjoyed her job ? her love of books was well kn...
  • Laurie • The Baking Bookworm
    Nov 15, 2017
    3.5 STARS --- Disclaimer: This ARC was generously provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. This is the first book in a new Cozy Mystery series and as a Library Assistant myself I enjoyed that the main character is a librarian. I appreciated that Gilb...
  • Susan
    Oct 28, 2017
    Amy Webber was an academic librarian, before catching boyfriend Charles in a compromising position and making a scene. Beating a hasty retreat, she is now working at Taylorsford Public Library and living with her beloved Aunt Lydia. Although money is tight, she is happy working with he...
  • Rebbie
    Sep 04, 2017
    This book has so much depth and richness to it that it's almost unfair to only call it a cozy mystery. It's so much more than that, although its roots do stay firmly planted within the cozy mystery genre, especially in regards to the wonderful way its written. A librarian named Amy ...
  • Carolyn
    Dec 05, 2017
    Amy Webber has returned to her home town after running away from her job as a college librarian after she found her boyfriend cheating on her in the library and created an embarrassing scene. Now she has to be content living with her aunt and working as the town librarian in the little...
  • Betty
    Oct 25, 2017
    The first book in the Blue Ridge Library series and a new author for me. This is not the last book by this author as I will read her again. This is listed as a mystery but it is much more. There is a strong romance. A cold case that needed solving and an unusual motive for the murders....
  • Melindam
    Nov 16, 2017
    ARC received via Netgalley by the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. While I have had some share of cosy-mystery books, altogether I am not a big fan of the genre. I found that with most of them I had to work too hard to suspend the disbelief muscle (Police is not capable t...
  • Carrie
    Oct 27, 2017
    After leaving a horrid relationship Amy Webber moved in with her aunt in a quiet small town in Virginia. Taking a job as a librarian in the small town Amy always has her share of run in's with the quirky town residents but what she never expected was to find one of them dead in the arc...
  • Juli
    Dec 23, 2017
    After the end of a bad relationship, Librarian Amy Webber moves to small-town Virginia to live with her aunt. She feels the mountains and a new job running the local library ought to help her forget her cheating boyfriend. She begins to settle into her new life and starts helping a nei...
  • ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆
    Dec 14, 2017
    I give ?A Murder for the Books?5 out of 5 Cozy Stars!I loved this fun and bookish cozy mystery! I am always drawn to books that are book related in some way and it makes me feel proud to be a bibliophile. This book intrigued me from the very first line, ?Anyone who claims there...