I love a good mystery, and one that feels like it could really happen is even better! Larceny at the Library was that good, believable mystery for me. I think the author’s previous careers have lent to her credibility in this book. She previously worked on Capitol Hill and the Library of Congress!
I loved the characters in Larceny at the Library. They were easy to get to know even though this is the sixth book in the series. I’d like to go back and read the previous books, though because I want to learn about them from the beginning now! Kit and Doug make a good couple, and I enjoyed their personal life mixed into this mystery!
The story takes the reader all over Washington D.C., and I enjoyed the chance to visit the different locations through the story. I’ve been to D.C. before, but I’ve never visited underground tunnels in the city, so it was really interesting to read about those!
I felt that this was a well-written story with surprises at every turn. I liked that I didn’t really know where the story was going, it kept me on my toes as I read!
Overall, I thought this was a well-written novel with lots of exciting events that kept me really engaged in the story!
To Read or Not To Read:
I would recommend