So much unfolds with each page. Highly recommended!
This book paints lower class people as very shabby, driven only by emotions. No hope, the past always haunting them.
It's official. I'm going to have to start keeping track of my all-time favorite read in 2018, because this book takes that, and it's going to be hard to beat. Midnight at the Bright Idea Bookstore is vivid, heartbreaking, thrilling, and everything in between. A tragedy that examines humanity. Recommended to all.
If you aren't scared off with a book that starts with a suicide, which was intriguing, then this is a great read. The author did a good job at interweaving the characters' story lines and their interconnectedness to each other throughout the book. Loved the local Denver references as well.
This is a terrific book - wonderfully well written, with a great, twisty story and characters who seem real and alive. It's his first novel - I hope he writes many more.
A cleverly written book-themed mystery. Dark and sad, but also a bit quirky. Definitely geared towards book lovers with a librarian, a book seller, the book frogs, and bookish puzzle clues left by the victim. An interesting and engaging debut by this author.
A well formed story about a murdered family twenty years ago. The characters are interesting and the reader is introduced to them in the previous time, the time of the murders, and how they each live (or not) in the present. What really did happen? Couldn't wait to find out.
Terrific book! Suspenseful, excellent character development and great mystery not unfolding until nearly last page. Don't miss it.
Well paced, and engaging.
The main character grew up in a library and works in a bookstore. Gotta love her. She's pretty good at solving a mystery too.
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