Uncatalogued by Julie Kaewert
(Booklover's Mysteries)

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Danger and possibly death await London publisher Alex Plumtree after he discovers that he might hold the key to the disappearance of valuable literary papers whose publication could bring about the downfall of the British monarchy.
 

About Julie Kaewert

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Kaewert first indulged her fascination with book publishing by taking the Radcliffe Publishing Procedures Course in 1981. She then worked for book publishers in Boston and London before starting her writing career with a London magazine.
 
Published January 1, 2002 by Random House. 308 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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With this Agatha Christie–meets–Nancy Drew offering, Kaewert delivers the sixth installment to her Booklovers mystery series (Unsigned, etc.) starring British publisher Alex Plumtree and his American fiancée, Sarah, who is always involved in something "frightfully secret for an international task...

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Julie Kaewert's Booklover's Mysteries, featuring small press publisher Alex Plumtree, always call for a huge dose of willing suspension of disbelief, and yet present very satisfying reading experiences.

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Alex Plumtree, owner of Plumtree Publishing in England, is on his way to America to marry his one and only love Sarah Richardson in Nantucket.

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