Blog Tour and Giveaway - A Bookmarked Death by Judi Culbertson
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A BOOKMARKED DEATH by Judi Culbertson
Such a great story Judi Culbertson draws you in and you find before you know it your halfway through the story and still wanting more. She has such great ability to write about multiple things going on not just the mystery but family dynamic as well. ~Community Bookstop
This is a well written novel that not only deals with a mystery but has a great family dynamic to it also, it kind of reminds me of the a great family saga. Judi writes well and makes you care for the characters. ~Melina’s Book Blog
For the first time in nearly twenty years, Delhi Laine’s family is whole. But that doesn’t mean everything is back to normal. With no proof to condemn her daughter’s kidnappers, Delhi’s family is forced to share Elisa with her “adopted” parents. But when they suddenly perish in a mysterious house fire, Elisa is heartbroken…and Delhi’s husband, Colin, is charged with their murder. Delhi knows it’s up to her to prove his innocence, but the deeper she digs, the more it becomes evident that nothing is as it seems. When Elisa goes missing, Delhi fears her nightmare may be repeating itself. If she can’t clear Colin’s name and find Elisa again, there may not be another chance. Twenty years ago she lost her daughter…if she fails now, she might lose everything—and everyone—she holds dear.
A Bookmarked Death by Judi Culbertson is a captivating and compelling mystery, From page one you get hooked on the story and the characters. They keep you from wanting to put the book down. You meet Elisa and her family and the tragedy they go through. You meet Colin, Delhi's husband who is being charged with possible murder. The story keeps you guessing up until the end. You will finish this one wanting more and eagerly waiting to see where it will go next. I really enjoyed reading this book.
About This Author
Judi Culbertson draws on her experience as a used-and-rare book dealer, social worker, and world traveler to create her bibliophile mysteries. No stranger to cemeteries, she also co-authored five illustrated guides with her husband, Tom Randall, starting with Permanent Parisians. She lives in Port Jefferson, New York, with her family.