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Due or Die By Jenn McKinlay Due or Die Answering tricky reference questions is excitement enough for library director Lindsey Norris Until a murder is committed in her cozy hometown of Briar Creek Connecticut and the question of who did

  • Title: Due or Die
  • Author: Jenn McKinlay
  • ISBN: 9780425246689
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • Due or Die By Jenn McKinlay Answering tricky reference questions is excitement enough for library director Lindsey Norris Until a murder is committed in her cozy hometown of Briar Creek, Connecticut, and the question of who did it must be answered before someone else is checked out for good.
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    1. James on said:

      After a good start with book 1 in the series, I was excited to see how the story set off it s a fun series, and I will continue to read it In this one, it s all about board elections, weather and the murder of the new president s husband We know she didn t do it, but who did Lindsey is back at it again What s good about this setting is it takes place in a library, so you always feel warm and fuzzy reading the side stories The people who work there with Lindsey are incredibly different I want to [...]

    2. Christa on said:

      I thought this one was entertaining and fun I really like the characters that McKinlay has created for this series, and of course, as a book lover, I couldn t ask for a better setting than a library I really enjoyed the interaction between Lindsey, Beth, Nancy, Sully, and many of the other great characters The storyline in this one caught my attention right away, and I was swept up completely in the story.Right after Carrie is elected as the new head of The Friends of the Library, her unpleasant [...]

    3. Marion Hogervorst on said:

      Being a librarian myself, I can relate to Lindsay and envy her job But having read many cozy mysteries and also many way worse than this one, I admit I still give it 2 stars When a mystery is not a mystery because you see events happen way before Jenn McKinlay wrote them, the fun in trying to solve the murder is gone It was an enjoyable but predictable read Nice for a few hours of mindless reading.

    4. Janet Robel on said:

      An adorable story for cozy mystery fans Lindsey Norris makes a great amateur sleuth I love it when Heathcliff makes his appearance in the book He ll make your heart melt It s up to Lindsey to help find out who killed her friend s husband before her friend ends up in jail I love these type of cozies where it s a small town setting, and a wonderful group of friends who get together and discuss books These are delightful books.

    5. QNPoohBear on said:

      When Lindsey Norris is asked to sit in on the elections for the president of the Friends of the Library Committee, she has no idea what she s in for Bill Stint, a wealthy elderly gentleman, has been president for a very long time and does not take it kindly when sweet nurse Carrie Rushton is unanimously elected He blames Lindsey, as does Marjorie Bilson, a local woman who has been in love with Bill forever Marjorie s antics leave Lindsey wondering whether Marjorie is a few pages short of a book [...]

    6. Barbara on said:

      Cute cozy Love the fact that the heroine that does not think and act as if she is better than professionals at investigating the murder Yes, she does go off and question people not always subtlety often too forthright But at least she tries to have a reason to talk to these people other than to question them not at all like some cozy heroines who think they just have the right to walk into someone s home or business and question them I also like the supporting story of Lindsey s fostering a pupp [...]

    7. Melissa on said:

      This series is FANTASTIC I love the characters and the setting and the plots and mysteries of the first two books in the series have been extremely enjoyable There have been laugh out loud moments in both books and I love the developing relationships of some of the characters, which accounts for some of the most humorous moments The crafternoon club is a fun element to the series as well There is has been only one or two minor cusswords which I appreciate as someone who doesn t cuss It s a light [...]

    8. Jessica Robbins on said:

      For complete review check out my blog at booksaplentybookreviewss

    9. KarenF on said:

      Jenn McKinlay is one of my favorite cozy authors I love the Cupcake Bakery books and now this Library series is quickly becoming a favorite as well.Lindsay Norris is a likeable protagonist and the secondary characters have enough quirks to be interesting but aren t kooky enough to be caricatures I like how Lindsay knows what everyone in town likes to read and all the book references sprinkled throughout Puppy Heathcliff makes an adorable addition to the cast and didn t get forgotten about unlike [...]

    10. Susan on said:

      There were a lot of things to enjoy in this book, and despite one or two annoyances I would normally have given it three stars But, the treatment of mental illness in this book meant that I cannot give than two stars.I did generally like Lindsey as a protagonist, as well as the others in the supporting cast I can also say the book was a decent read, in a cozy mystery way where I never expect exceptionally good writing but am content if it is OK overall The winter setting was well described with [...]

    11. Savannah Avery on said:

      This is the second book in the series that I read and I loved it I actually loved this one a bit than the other The mystery was great, even though I had an idea who it was I also loved the setting and the characters are awesome I especially like the building love connection that has continued from the first book into this one I recommend to anyone who loves mysteries or a love story.

    12. Sonia Cristina on said:

      Bastante parecido com o primeiro volume, l se bem, tudo muito calmo, com algumas cenas fofas que aqui incluem um cachorro ador vel, refer ncias a livros e autores contempor neos e cl ssicos e um grupo de personagens engra ado.Tamb m semelhan a do livro anterior, o final teve uns aspetos engra ados, se bem que tamb m aqui o assassino era bastante previs vel view spoiler Quem diria que Bill, t o aborrecido e mal humorado, ia revelar se nuns momentos de hero smo, ao acelerar o carro para o sobrinho [...]

    13. Nidah (SleepDreamWrite) on said:

      Even though I only read two books, I think this one is my favorite so far in the series Also I love that cover.While I like this one, it seemed the mystery wasn t as focused but it was still there And of course soon as I started reading, I was already halfway into the book That s what I like about cozies, they re pretty quick reads But what makes them good reads is the setting and of course the characters Oh and the mystery sleuthing Also love that ending Can t wait to read the next one.

    14. Stephen Lawton on said:

      The only problem with these cosy mysteries is that I finish them far too quickly

    15. Stephanie on said:

      Jenn McKinlay s LIBRARY LOVER S SERIES 2 New Audiobooks Reviewed fangswandsandfairydust 201Both audiobooks were provided by the publisher for review No remuneration was exchanged and all opinions presented herein are my own except as noted.New England is known for fall leaves, clam chowder, stately small town libraries and well educated women who, quite by chance, end up solving mysteries, particularly murders.The old chestnut is, does anyone notice the woman who is the main character in a myste [...]

    16. mitchell k dwyer on said:

      Jenn McKinlay s characters are real, even the ones who seem a little off In cozy mysteries, nothing matters It s serial reading, and fans are in for the long haul, so if a story here or there is less than satisfying, we ll keep coming back for the characters, and in the Library Lover s mysteries, there s some good stuff to come back for.Protagonist Lindsey Norris, the head librarian in a small Connecticut town, walks a nice line between confidence in her professional abilities and something les [...]

    17. LORI CASWELL on said:

      Lindsey Norris is back and there is a big shake up at the library when the president of the Friends of the Library group, Bill Sint, is ousted after serving for several years He is replaced by Carrie Rushton and one of Bill s supporters starts to take things a little too far, but would Batty Bilson commit murder Carrie Rushton s husband in found dead and all the evidence points at Carrie, but Lindsey knows she is innocent.To make matters worse the murder investigation takes a backseat when a nor [...]

    18. Angel on said:

      So at the end of these books I always have an uncontrollable urge to create something I want so badly to grab up some yarn and a little hook or needle and knot that yarn over and over into something wonderful except logically, I really don t My mother tried to teach me a million times and I refused to learn Such is the power of the book.Another thing I long for as I read this book was loving, honestly good, concerned friends and neighbors The kind that make pots of hot cocoa and help you shovel [...]

    19. Wendy on said:

      BACK OF THE BOOK BLURBWhat is the original meaning of the word clue Answering tricky reference questions like this one is than enough excitement for library director Lindsey Norris That is, until another murder is committed in her ciy hometown of Briar Creek, Connecticut, and the question of who did it must be answered before someone else is checked out for good.Carrie Rushton, the president of the Friends of the Library, has been accused of murdering her husband The evidence is stacking up aga [...]

    20. Angela Holland on said:

      This was another great book by Jenn McKinlay I enjoyed reading about the next adventure of Lindsey in her cozy town of Briar Creek Carrie is elected as the president of the Friends of the Library and while the election was going on her husband is killed Now Lindsey is out to try and help her friend by figuring out who the killer is In the process things happen to Lindsey and now it seems the killer is out to get her as well Then the storm of the year hits but that does not stop anything I won t [...]

    21. Verity W on said:

      I really enjoyed this I like Jenn McKinlay s characters and the settings that she creates and this is no exception Working out who was responsible was a really nice way to wile away an afternoon.This is the second in the library lovers series, and Lindsay is getting established in town There is still conflict with one of the librarians, and in this book with some of the friends of the library Lindsay s relationship with Sully is still moving super slowly, so there s plenty of mileage in that ye [...]

    22. Kay on said:

      I love to read light mysteries or I guess what they call cozy mysteries.Once again Jenn McKinlay did not disappoint me with her second book of her Library Lover s Mystery series Lindsey, who is the library director in this little Connecticut town just seems to have trouble and crazy people find her Fun Who Done It I would recommend to anyone who is tired of a lot of blood shed not that there aren t dead people in her mysteries.

    23. Curlyhair on said:

      2nd in this series and I loved it A good easy read, especially for on holiday as I was reading it Small town murder plot with the usual cast of characters, some batty, most not, but an enjoyable read.

    24. Judy on said:

      Time for a favorite author s new cozy series Imagine working around books and being expected to know each novel s storyat s a dream job Libraries and small towns seem so stressless Lindsay Norris 2nd adventure was easily solved Happy I m getting better at that

    25. Hannah on said:

      Such a cute little book, though I feel there was fewer mystery parts in the sopho novel than the first one I did like the newer characters that were introduced and hope to see them in the next volume.

    26. Ayny on said:

      Murder, missing books and a puppy during a winter storm in Connecticut Library centered lighthearted romance and mystery second in a series, but can be read alone.

    27. Cayleigh Stickler on said:

      This is the second in the Library Lover s mystery series, and it was In this, the Friends of the Library has some turnover with management, and Carrie is not only the new president but a murder suspect in her husband s death as well In this story, we meet some members of Briar Creek s community the notable Batty Bilson being one of them Tensions reach an all time high when Lindsey, our amateur sleuth and heroine, gets on the wrong side of Marjorie Bilson after the Friends of the Library vote Fr [...]

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