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April 6, 2021

Deadly Editions by Paige Shelton ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

I'm totally reading this series out of order. But that is okay. Deadly Editions is a fun read that you don't need to have read any previous books. I've only read book 4, The Loch Ness Papers (read my review), and this is book 6 in Paige Shelton's Sottish Bookshop Mystery series.

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Deadly Editions
April 2021; Minotaur Books; 978-1250203908
audio, ebook, print (304 pages); cozy mystery
The weather is getting warmer and with the sunny days, all I want to do is take a blanket outside with a good book. Deadly Editions is the perfect book for just that. The warmth of the sun will chase away the chill of the still snowy clime of Edinburgh. The mystery will keep you entertained so you may want to remember the sunscreen as you might lose track of time as you follow Delaney on a treasure hunt for a priceless book.

There is a great cast of characters. It is quite large actually which in a way made the city feel kind of small. I had to remind myself a few times that they live in the capital city and not in a small country village. 

There is more than a treasure hunt going on in this book. There is a larger mystery but it is tied to the treasure hunt, Delaney is sure of it. I had my suspicions and did solve a bit of it before the end but I didn't get the whole mystery figure out.

If you are looking for a truly entertaining read, then you need to pick up this cozy mystery.

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Donna Huber is an avid reader and natural encourager. She is the founder of Girl Who Reads and the author of how-to marketing book Secrets to a Successful Blog Tour

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  1. i love series books that can be read out of order and still enjoyed. cozy mysteries are a good fit for the times
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