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Review #1

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The Good, The Bad, and Everything Else: I’m partial to books with a library setting so this series is right up my alley. An added bonus was to have a group within the book actually discussing books. I loved this. I’ve read books in the past with the same theme, yet no books are really talked about during the course of the book. It’s quite frustrating really.

I thought the murderer was fairly easy to figure out, but most cozies aren’t super difficult to figure out the whodunit. It would have been nice if more red herrings had been thrown in rather than one giant glaringly easy to see red herring the author used. It is sad when a mystery book has the reader more interested in the personal relationships between the characters than the actual murder plot. Of course, the murdered victim was only introduced briefly, and we definitely were not supposed to like him. For once I’d like a cozy mystery introduce us to a lovely person that we cared about and then bumped them off. Would this go against the cozy code? Probably.

I liked how Lindsey’s potential relationship with Sully is moving forward and it’s really sweet. However, I disliked her flippant attitude with going on a date with the new guy in the book because it’s super obvious Lindsey and Sully are going to be together. Some might argue the author’s way of ensuring we know Lindsey and Sully are supposed to be together is a bit clunky and lacks finesse but when an author spends more time on their characters, I spend more time enjoying it. Tis the life of a character driven reader. Plot becomes secondary (don’t hate on me LOL). Anyway, back to the topic of introducing someone new as a potential match to Lindsey creates an unnecessary love triangle and I am not a fan of those (one of the reasons it’s taken me so long to read past the 8th Hannah Swensen book by Joanne Fluke to tell the truth.) I hope the books don’t continue with adding more love interests as the series progresses because I’m really wanted to read more of them and would have to shelve them on principle.

In a Nutshell: Of course, I’ll read the next book. Potential love triangle aside…there are books, crafts, a library, an adorable puppy named Heathcliff (whom I forgot to mention until now), and a hawt man named Michael Sullivan. Yep, I’m hooked.

Review #2

Due or Die series Library Lover’s Mysteries

The big storm that slams Lindsey Norris’ CT town puts the reader in scary lock down conditions. And made this reader itching to get out from under — anyone who’s experienced blizzards or Cat 3+ hurricanes knows the feeling. The subtle terror occurs right after the gruesome murder of Lindsey’s friend’s husband. The horror is sprinkled with some humor, thanks to Heathcliff, the lost puppy (actually, some no good person dumped the poor creature into the book drop at the library). The scares continue after the storm with odd characters, more trouble in Blair Creek, and Lindsey’s determination to find the killer. For me, the killer was the only weakness in the novel — too easy to figure out. Otherwise, Ms. McKinlay has given her fans another wonderful cozy. High recommended!

Review #3

Audiobook Due or Die by Jenn McKinlay

The Library Lover’s Mystery series is set in a small town in Connecticut, where the library is the center of the town. In “Due or Die,” book No. 2 in the series, opens with a change in leadership of the Friends of the Library. Crabby Bill Sint is replaced as president of the group by forward thinking Carrie Rushton. Her loser husband ends up dead, and of course Carrie is the No. 1 suspect.
A nor’easter buries the small town of Briar Creek, and library director Lindsey Norris has to step in and solve the crime because the police are distracted by the storm and appear to be taking the path of least resistance in solving the crime. Add in a whackadoodle who is obsessed with returning Bill to his former glory, a homeless puppy someone left in the book drop, Lindsey’s budding romance with a hunky charter boat captain, and her meddling friends and you’ve got an enjoyable read.

I love the scene-setting and descriptions in this book. The chapters covering the snowstorm had me wanting to put on a heavy coat and mittens. The addition of Heathcliff, the possible Pit Bull/Schnauzer cross drew me further into the storyline. I’m a sucker for homeless pets and Heathcliff is a welcome addition to the cast of recurring characters.

The Library Lover’s series isn’t filled with gripping, edge-of-your-seat action, but I am still intrigued by the characters and their relationships – they are what draw me to this series. I feel like I’m hanging out with friends. The day-to-day details of running a library, dealing with a staff with diverse personalities and navigating office politics ring true. Lindsey continues to grow into her job and I cheer her standing up to The Lemon (the circulation desk librarian). I’m hoping Lindsey will kick that crankypants to the curb … maybe in book No. 3?

I’m a big fan of Jenn McKinlay’s Cupcake Bakery series, and I find myself liking this series just as much. I like it enough that I’ve bought all the books currently available in paperback, because I know I’ll want to re-read them at some point.

Review #4

Audio Due or Die narrated by Allyson Ryan

I like this series, she almost makes me feel I am in this town. Love the mystery, but also enjoy the romance part. I don’t believe the author is too knowledgeable in dogs though. She rescues a 3-4 month old puppy that appears to be totally house trained. This is highly unlikely. Also the book has her dog going for help when she needs it, not sure a 3 – 4 month old puppy would have been able to do this. But, all in all I enjoy the series and will buy the next book now.

Review #5

Free audio Due or Die – in the audio player below

I really enjoyed Due or Die. Excellent story. I love the addition of the puppy. And the relationship between Lindsey and Sully – well, I won’t give that away. I’m looking forward to the next one.




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