Cover Reveal: Murder Through an Open Door: A Book Magic Mystery (Book Magic #4) by Melissa Bourbon

A book that involves book magic? And mysteries? Yes, please! Here’s the cover for Melissa Bourbon’s latest, due to release on February 1, 2022. Doesn’t that open door just draw you in?

You can pre-order here: https://bit.ly/MTAOpenDoor

And if you pre-order, you get to enter the giveaway! In the week before release, the author will be doing five different giveaways just for the people who fill out the pre-order giveaway form. Pre-order your copy and then fill out the form here: https://bit.ly/MTAOD-PreOrderGiveaway

Synopsis:

To stop the curse that has plagued her family for centuries, Pippin Lane Hawthorne has enlisted the help of authors Tolkien, Homer, and Dickens. How? Through bibliomancy, a practice by which passages in books speak to her in cryptic code that only she can decipher. When she finds a message from her mother in an old copy of The Secret Garden, she hopes this book might hold the answers she so desperately seeks.

The book leads Pippin to a vital clue, but before she can figure out what it means, she stumbles upon a dead body. Though the authorities deem the death is from natural causes, the books found scattered around the body tell Pippin a different story—the victim was murdered. And the death is connected to her family and the curse. Now, to solve a murder in the present, Pippin must dig deeper into her family’s troubled past, even if it means staring danger in the face.

Advance Praise:

“Filled with quirky characters and atmospheric descriptions of the quaint town of Devil’s Cove, Bourbon hits all the right notes for a cozy: amateur sleuthing, several possible suspects, bookstores, and a touch of romance.”
~Elena Taylor, Author

“This series had me at ‘book magic’ and wrapped me up in its unique plot from start to finish!” ~Carrie Schmidt, ReadingIsMySuperPower.org

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