- ISBN-13: 9781451684643
- Publisher: Pocket Books
- Publication date: 11/27/2012
- Format: Mass Market Paperback
- Pages: 308
In the mood for a mystery I stumbled across this little gem while browsing at my local library. It contained a few of my favorite things: books, mystery, quirkiness and England. Starting with page 1 I was hooked. What book lover wouldn’t want to explore an area where so much history took place which in turn created some of the most profound and/or interesting books ever written. Pre-America life revolved around Europe, and yes I know, London is not Europe, but so many large historical events, cultural legacies and the magic of walking around such a historical place creates.
Reading Killer Librarian brought back memories of when I used to travel, therefore creating the desire to go back and the frustration of knowing at this time in my life, I can’t. Drat!! For those of you who long to go to London and experience a little of the customs, Kirwin does a great job of describing what you’ll find should you visit; from pub nights to art galleries she engages readers in the thrill of experiencing another country without having to deal with murder and mayhem.
For those who are avid mystery readers, the plot may be too easy for you to figure out as clues are abundant, but don’t let this discourage you from picking up this book that you may have a hard time putting down.
The next installment in this series, Death Overdue, is due out 12/3/13.