For some patrons of Princeton’s library, books are their whole lives. But for one bookworm, they will also spell death.
McLeod Dulaney has returned to Princeton as a visiting professor—and as a lifelong lover of the written word, she spends a good amount of time browsing the Rare Books collection, where she makes fast friends. But soon she finds one of her new friends murdered in an 18th-century study—and the murder weapon is missing. To further confuse matters, McLeod learns that her temporary home was the site of a murder some years back, and everyone seems to have a different version of the story. A seasoned reporter, McLeod’s intrigued and goes about investigating both murders. Could they have been connected? Only one thing is for sure—this is not murder by the book.
Recipes included! Praise for Ann Waldron’s Princeton mysteries:
“Very enjoyable.”—The Romance Reader’s Connection
“In the very best tradition of the whodunit.”—The Trenton Times
About Ann Waldron
Ann Waldron is the author of two critically acclaimed Southern biographies, Close Connections: Caroline Gordon and the Southern Renaissance and Hodding Carter. She has been a reporter and columnist for the Miami Herald, St. Petersburg Times, and Atlanta Constitution, as well as book editor at the Houston Chronicle. She… More about Ann Waldron