In Shelved Under Murder, the second installment of Victoria Gilbert‘s Blue Ridge Library Mystery, Amy Webber returns to using her library research skills to help solve a murder. This time, it’s her education in Art History that comes in handy.
When an artist is murdered and paintings are discovered in a hidden room, the chief deputy requests Amy’s help identifying and researching the art. He even deputized her so she can dig deeper. But the further down the rabbit hole she goes, the more insidious the whole situation becomes.
In the middle of helping the chief deputy with the art research, Amy’s handsome neighbor and boyfriend must go out of town to work with his ex-fiance. Her friends try to come to her rescue but how will it impact Amy’s relationship?
I not only enjoyed Shelved Under Murder but found myself turning the pages to find out when the next shoe would drop. Victoria Gilbert did an excellent job of weaving suspense through the story. Now I’m looking forward to the third installment of the Blue Ridge Library Mystery.
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