Murder under Cover by Kate Carlisle
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I like the bibliophile mystery series. The protagonist, Brooklyn, is a relatable character- a young woman with a good sense of humour, interesting career as a bookbinder, and propensity to faint at the sight of blood. The author pokes fun at the unlikely fact that Brooklyn keeps encountering dead bodies, which helps suspend the disbelief that always accompanies amateur sleuth stories. Her hippie parents and ex-spy boyfriend add interest to the cast of characters in each book. The mystery involves spies from various countries and a missing flashdrive containing sensitive information. It is a snappy, fun read!