Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore by Matthew J. Sullivan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
When Joey, a regular bookstore patron, commits suicide within the shelves of the Bright Ideas Bookstore, his favorite bookseller, Lydia is left with a mystery on her hands.
Told through alternating chapters between Lydia's childhood and her present, readers are slowly exposed to Lydia's tumultuous and well-guarded past as it meticulously weaves its way back into her well-crafted and orderly existence.
This story of family, friendship, and secrets is a mystery that readers will want to unravel!
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