Crime and Poetry by Amanda Flower

     A delightful read that incorporates books, a good mystery, and of course animals.  I really enjoyed how Violet comes home to find that her grandmother has gotten her home under false pretenses, but is still good-natured about it.  She finds herself working at the magical bookstore and believing that the books will pick the right person to read them.
      She unfortunately finds herself having to help her grandmother Daisy in another way.  A friend of her grandmother is found dead and because of recent events is a prime suspect.  The daughter of the dead man wants everything that has been left to Daisy given to her including a cat named Emerson.
     I really enjoyed getting to know the characters in this new series.  I liked how the magic was incorporated into it without being too much.  I liked how the books seemed to speak to the person who was deciding what to choose, but would hope that the wrong one would not choose me.
     I received a copy from the publisher to read and review.





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