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A Bibliophile Mystery (Book 16)
Brooklyn is excited to be included in the Covington Library's first annual Mark Twain Festival. The festival is the passion project of wealthy media mogul, book lover, and newspaper owner Joseph Cabot, who considers himself Twain's biggest fan. Brooklyn's husband, Derek, and his security team are charged with keeping Joseph and his wife safe during the festivities. When someone is mysteriously poisoned right before Brooklyn's eyes, she's not convinced that the victim was the intended target. Now she and Derek must chase clues and suspects through the streets of San Francisco before another murder becomes front-page news.