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Author: Matthew Sullivan
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Goodreads Debut Author of the Month and an Indie Next Pick! “Sullivan’s debut is a page-turner featuring a heroine bookseller who solves a cold case with clues from books what is not to love ”
Nina George, author of The Little French Bistro, and the New York Times bestselling The Little Paris Bookshop When a bookshop patron commits suicide, his favorite store clerk must unravel the puzzle he left behind in this fiendishly clever debut novel from an award-winning short story writer.Lydia Smith lives her life hiding in plain sight. A clerk at the Bright Ideas bookstore, she keeps a meticulously crafted existence among her beloved books, eccentric colleagues, and the BookFrogs the lost and lonely regulars who spend every day marauding the store’s overwhelmed shelves.
But when Joey Molina, a young, beguiling BookFrog, kills himself in the bookstore’s upper room, Lydia’s life comes unglued. Always Joey’s favorite bookseller, Lydia has been bequeathed his meager worldly possessions. Trinkets and books; the detritus of a lonely, uncared for man. But when Lydia flips through his books she finds them defaced in ways both disturbing and inexplicable. They reveal the psyche of a young man on the verge of an emotional reckoning. And they seem to contain a hidden message. What did Joey know
And what does it have to do with Lydia
As Lydia untangles the mystery of Joey’s suicide, she unearths a long buried memory from her own violent childhood. Details from that one bloody night begin to circle back. Her distant father returns to the fold, along with an obsessive local cop, and the Hammerman, a murderer who came into Lydia’s life long ago and, as she soon discovers, never completely left. Bedazzling, addictive, and wildly clever, Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore is a heart-pounding mystery that perfectly captures the intellect and eccentricity of the bookstore milieu and will keep you guessing until the very last page.
LibraryThing Review I lost interest in the story @20%. Too slow a start for me, and not much prospect for the rest of it.
LibraryThing Review On one hand I figured out the ending about half way through. But on the other hand that didn’t stop me from reading this in one day and thoroughly enjoying it.
LibraryThing Review Lydia Smith, a clerk at the Bright Ideas Bookstore, carefully guards the horrific secret of her childhood as she watches over her beloved books, her quirky colleagues, and a small group of the lost
LibraryThing Review Lydia is a 30ish employee at a large independent bookstore in Denver. In addition to regular customers, there is a group of aimless man who spend their days at the bookstore and are lovingly called
LibraryThing Review A good thriller and quick read with a unique premise. I stayed up far too late last night finishing and am paying for it this morning. Ignore the typos as my head continually hits the keyboard every
LibraryThing Review Another debut author who on this his first outing shows a considerable amount of talent. A suicide in a book store of a young man with a short but sorry past, a book clerk with a terrifying event in
LibraryThing Review As a book reviewer, I am almost always drawn to stories involving bookstores or libraries. When I came across Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore I was of course drawn to it. Adding the murder
LibraryThing Review I am such a sucker for any book with the word “book” in the title. Hear that publishing world? I think they know that already as there are so many. HA! I loved this book. It starts right off the bat
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