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A murder and a missing book have Addie Greyborne running around her Massachusetts town trying to read the clues.... 

January isn't the season for the seaside, but the big Fire and Ice festival is keeping bookstore owner Addie busy. Amid the plans for a fireworks display and an ice-carving competition, she's also dog sitting for a friend in the hospital. When Addie goes to her friend's house to gather supplies, she notices an interesting item on the nightstand that belongs to her shop assistant, Paige: a very valuable copy of the beloved children's book The Secret Garden.

But Addie's blood runs cold when she finds something else: a dead body behind the bakery next door to her shop. Martha, the bakery owner, has no alibi - and has been seen in a heated argument with the victim. And the next thing Addie knows, that first edition has gone missing. Is there a connection between the body and the treasured tome? If there is, it's up to Addie to find a killer with a motive as hidden as Frances Hodgson Burnett's famous garden....

©2020 Lauren Elliott (P)2020 Tantor

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  • Beatrice
  • 2020-11-03

Entertaining

A Page Marked for Murder is an entertaining mystery with interesting characters and an entertaining plot. I look forward to the next book.

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  • Debbie Lacey
  • 2020-10-23

I LOVE ADDIE

I HAVE SO ENJOYED WATCHING ADDIE SETTLE INTO HER HOME. LAUREN ELLIOTT IS A TALENT WHO DRAWS YOU INTO HER STORY AND HER CHARACTERS. THE READER FEELS WHAT THEY FEEL, GOOD OR BAD, SAD OR HAPPY, AND SO ON. YES, IT IS A COZY, BUT THAT DOESN'T MEAN IT IS FLAT AND WITHOUT EMOTION. THIS SERIES RUNS THE GAMUT OF EMOTIONS. IT IS WHAT MAKES THESE CHARACTERS SO RELATABLE. THIS BOOK WAS NO EXCEPTION, BUT THE UNDERLYING FEEL THROUGHOUT THIS BOOK WAS STRENGTH, LOVE, AND ACCEPTANCE. I LOVED IT, AND I LOVE THESE CHARACTERS. NOW COMES THE HARD PART - WAITING FOR THE NEXT BOOK.

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  • Valerie L
  • 2021-01-20

Performance was just OK

It’s hard to picture the main character as a woman in her early 30s. She sounds so much older.

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  • Renee Portnell
  • 2020-12-14

bookshop mystery

Listen to book by Lauren Elliott and another book well written. I was engrossed in it.

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  • HMD
  • 2020-11-06

last one

I find two reasons to leave this series with its wonderful setting. The voice of the narrator is an older quivering victim's voice.

Addie IS a victim. She lets herself be mistreated by cousins or just whover unpleasant person is in her vicinity. There is such a difference between. dangerous adventure and being irritated to the breaking point.

I skipped ahead to finish the last two books.