By Kate Carlisle
A Bibliophile Mystery
Murder is easy-on paper.
ebook recovery professional Brooklyn Wainwright is attending the realm- well known ebook reasonable whilst her ex Kyle exhibits up with a bombshell. He has an unique reproduction of a scandalous textual content which could switch history-and humiliate the liked British monarchy.
while Kyle turns up lifeless, the police are confident Brooklyn's the wrongdoer. yet with a whole conference of suspects, Brooklyn's accomplishing her personal research to determine if the cause for homicide used to be a 200-year-old secret-or whatever even more personal.
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Somewhere between 27 and 30, he guessed. Good-looking. Full figure. Her skin was smooth and tanned, but with the pallor that dead bodies quickly acquire underneath. She had dark hair, which would certainly grow lighter in colour as it dried, and a small hole in her forehead that would soon disappear once the undertaker had done his job. There was not much else for him to do, just put some make-up over what seemed like a swelling in her right eye. Harry concentrated on the black, circular hole in her forehead.
He smiled at his reflection in the grimy windows. Another time. At the corner he turned right, down Ullevålsveien. Harry didn’t like walking in Ullevålsveien. It was a street for cars, not for pedestrians. The best thing he could say about Ullevålsveien was that the pavement on the right afforded some shade on days like this. Harry stopped in front of the house bearing the number he had been given. He gave it a quick once-over. On the ground floor was a launderette with red washing machines. 00 every day and offered a 20-minute dry for the reduced price of 30 kroner.
If Books Could Kill by Kate Carlisle