Ripped From The Pages
ISBN: 0451416007
EAN13: 9780451416001
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 2, 2015
Pages: 304
Dimensions: 1.3" H x 8.3" L x 5.4" W
Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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From the New York Times bestselling author of The Book Stops Here book-restoration expert Brooklyn Wainwright visits California Wine Country where she uncovers murder and intrigue . . .
While Brooklyn has temporarily relocated to her parents place in Sonoma, she attends an excavation of the caves hidden deep under their commune. A room is unearthed, revealing artwork, rare books, cases of wine, a chest of jewelry . . . and a perfectly mummified body. A closer examination of the murdered man s possessions reveals a valuable first edition of Jules Verne s A Journey to the Center of the Earth containing a secret treasure map.
Word of the explosive find draws in reporters, art appraisers, and questions. After a new presence threatens the town s peace, it s clear that not all crime is buried in the past. So Brooklyn decides to do a little excavating of her own and solve the mystery of the treasure before anyone else is written off. . . .

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   Intriguing read!
What I liked about this book the most was the tie to WWII. I also liked that this book introduced a past to Guru Bob and also Brooklyn's other brother Jackson finally made a appearance (or at least this is the first time I remember him making an appearance & not just referenced).

I came across Kate Carlisle book(s) by fluke chance. I randomly bought one of her books at a book fair because I liked the title (A Cookbook Conspiracy). I had read a few chapters but stopped because it was book seven. Needless to say I went back and bought the previous six because I liked what I had read so far; and I loved that Brooklyn had an unusual & interesting job. I can't wait for the next book (#17 due out this year).