The Burning Pages: A Scottish Bookshop Mystery Paige Shelton

The Burning Pages: A Scottish Bookshop Mystery

Author: Paige Shelton
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The Burning Pages: A Scottish Bookshop Mystery
Author
Paige Shelton
ISBN
9781250789488
Delaney Nichols faces off against an elusive arsonist in the seventh Scottish Bookshop Mystery, The Burning Pages, from beloved author Paige Shelton.... One winter's night, bookseller Delaney Nichols and her coworker Hamlet are invited to a Burns Night dinner, a traditional Scottish celebration of the poet Robert Burns. She's perplexed by the invitation, but intrigued. The dinner takes place at Burns House itself, a tiny cottage not far from the Cracked Spine bookshop but well hidden. There, it becomes clear that Delaney and Hamlet were summoned in an attempt to make amends between Edwin, Delaney's boss, and one of the other invitees, who suspected Edwin for burning down his own bookshop twenty years ago after a professional disagreement. But after the dinner, there's another fire. The Burns House itself is burned to the ground, and this time there's a body among the ruins. When Hamlet is accused of the crime, Delaney rushes to prove his innocence, only to discover that he might actually have a plausible motive...Binding Type: HardcoverAuthor: Paige SheltonPublisher: Minotaur BooksPublished: 04/05/2022ISBN: 9781250789488Pages: 304Review Citations: Library Journal Prepub Alert 11/01/2021 pg. 3Kirkus Reviews 02/01/2022Publishers Weekly 02/14/2022

Delaney Nichols faces off against an elusive arsonist in the seventh Scottish Bookshop Mystery, The Burning Pages, from beloved author Paige Shelton....

One winter's night, bookseller Delaney Nichols and her coworker Hamlet are invited to a Burns Night dinner, a traditional Scottish celebration of the poet Robert Burns. She's perplexed by the invitation, but intrigued. The dinner takes place at Burns House itself, a tiny cottage not far from the Cracked Spine bookshop but well hidden. There, it becomes clear that Delaney and Hamlet were summoned in an attempt to make amends between Edwin, Delaney's boss, and one of the other invitees, who suspected Edwin for burning down his own bookshop twenty years ago after a professional disagreement.

But after the dinner, there's another fire. The Burns House itself is burned to the ground, and this time there's a body among the ruins. When Hamlet is accused of the crime, Delaney rushes to prove his innocence, only to discover that he might actually have a plausible motive...

Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Paige Shelton
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Published: 04/05/2022
ISBN: 9781250789488
Pages: 304

Review Citations: Library Journal Prepub Alert 11/01/2021 pg. 3
Kirkus Reviews 02/01/2022
Publishers Weekly 02/14/2022

Delaney Nichols faces off against an elusive arsonist in the seventh Scottish Bookshop Mystery, The Burning Pages, from beloved author Paige Shelton....

One winter's night, bookseller Delaney Nichols and her coworker Hamlet are invited to a Burns Night dinner, a traditional Scottish celebration of the poet Robert Burns. She's perplexed by the invitation, but intrigued. The dinner takes place at Burns House itself, a tiny cottage not far from the Cracked Spine bookshop but well hidden. There, it becomes clear that Delaney and Hamlet were summoned in an attempt to make amends between Edwin, Delaney's boss, and one of the other invitees, who suspected Edwin for burning down his own bookshop twenty years ago after a professional disagreement.

But after the dinner, there's another fire. The Burns House itself is burned to the ground, and this time there's a body among the ruins. When Hamlet is accused of the crime, Delaney rushes to prove his innocence, only to discover that he might actually have a plausible motive...

Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Paige Shelton
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Published: 04/05/2022
ISBN: 9781250789488
Pages: 304

Review Citations: Library Journal Prepub Alert 11/01/2021 pg. 3
Kirkus Reviews 02/01/2022
Publishers Weekly 02/14/2022