Review: Silence in the Library by Kathar ...

Review: Silence in the Library by Katharine Schellman

Jun 13, 2021

Silence in the Library by Katharine Schellman is a cozy mystery. It's the second book from the Lily Adler Mystery.

Even though it is a part of a series it can be read as a standalone as well.

It is such a great and captivating story. I don't usually comment about the title of the book but it is a rather clever one.

The writing part is excellent and easy to follow. It's a regency mystery that reminds me a lot about Miss Marple by Agatha Christie.

I love mysteries like this one because they make the suspects both innocent and guilty which makes it really hard for the reader to correctly guess the real murderer. Not only I couldn't decide who to blame but I could have never guessed the reason behind it, it was an unexpected twist. The characters were incredible as well. Each of them from a different part of society but with many ethical similarities. Of course, my favorite one was Lily, she was such a bright and observant girl.

It's from the books that even though you have to put it down you just need to read one more chapter. I highly recommend you to read it, I enjoyed it a lot. I will rate it with 5 stars.

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