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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Whispers in the Reading Room by Shelley Gray Blog Tour , Book Review




About the Book
Whispers in the Reading Room Whispers in the Reading Room (Zondervan, November 2015)
Lydia’s job at the library is her world—until a mysterious patron catches her eye . . . and perhaps her heart.
Just months after the closure of the Chicago World’s Fair, librarian Lydia Bancroft finds herself fascinated by a mysterious dark-haired and dark-eyed patron. He has never given her his name; he actually never speaks to a single person. All she knows about him is that he loves books as much as she does.
Only when he rescues her in the lobby of the Hartman Hotel does she discover that his name is Sebastian Marks. She also discovers that he lives at the top of the prestigious hotel and that most everyone in Chicago is intrigued by him.
Lydia and Sebastian form a fragile friendship, but when she discovers that Mr. Marks isn’t merely a very wealthy gentleman, but also the proprietor of an infamous saloon and gambling club, she is shocked.
Lydia insists on visiting the club one fateful night and suddenly is a suspect to a murder. She must determine who she can trust, who is innocent, and if Sebastian Marks—the man so many people fear—is actually everything her heart believes him to be.
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Shelley Shepard Gray

Shelley Gray is the author of The Heart of a Hero series. Her Amish novel (written as Shelley Shepard Gray), "The Protector," recently made the New York Times best seller list. A native of Texas, she earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Colorado and taught school for ten years. She and her husband have two children and live in Southern Ohio.


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My review;

Lydia Bancroft is a librarian who wants to learn more about a man who comes into the library. He never talks to anyone so she does not even know his name. But, he loves books like her and she finds that very important. When he helps her in the lobby of a hotel she finally finds out that his name is Sebastian Marks. She realizes that everyone else in Chicago wants to learn more about him. They start to become friends until she find out that he is involved in a gambling club and a saloon. Even though she is horrified she goes there one night. Next thing she knows there is a murder and they think she did it. Now where can she turn. Who does she believe? Who will help her? Will she be next? I give this book a 4/5. I was given this book for a review by Litfuse  Publicity Group and all opinions are mine.

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