The only limits we have for tomorrow are the doubts we have today. ~ Pittacus Lore, The Power of Six
Do you remember when the public library was open for business in person? Now imagine your public library is in a working lighthouse, and while doing renovations they discovered an old buried metal box. Is it buried treasure, spy journals from the War of Northern Aggression, old love letters or something far more sinister? To make things even more intriguing, the night the old metal box was discovered there’s a murder in the library. That’s right a body in the library. Were they killed for the contents of the box?
It turns out the box contains a Civil War diary with a hand-drawn map and a page of code. This is the next great mystery for the Bodie Island Library. Read and Buried is book six in the Lighthouse Library Mystery series. To say I’ve come to love these books is probably an understatement. I adore these books. Charles the cat always figures out the murderer first. Cats just have a good nose for detective work and for sensing humans true personalities. Lucy tries not to get involved, but detective work follows her around.
This was a fantastic read. I picked up a copy of this tome before the libraries closed for COVID-19. They are starting to slowly reopen with very limited services. I imagine digital and online services will continue to be in high demand. If you can safely find a copy of this story, it’s well worth the effort. I highly enjoyed it with a cuppa and a keto breakfast pastry.
With a new oven to test out, I tried another recipe from Easy Keto Breakfasts. Deep-dish Cream Cheese Pancake reminds me somewhat of french toast and somewhat of fruity cream cheesy pastries. I added raspberries to our version. I need a bit more practice with our new oven. This was just slightly over done.
A bit of cat politics going on here between Burt and Ernie for the current favorite sleep spot.
Have you read any good books lately?