Poetry in Motion - Secrets of Mary's Bookshop Series - Book 7

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Poetry in Motion - Secrets of Mary's Bookshop Series - Book 7
Mary has made a potentially newsworthy discovery! When she finds a poem by Katherine Lee Bates that could potentially be the progenitor to the classic song “America the Beautiful,” she brings it to Lincoln King to have it authenticated. However, during Lincoln’s research, the poem is mysteriously stolen! With a wide variety of suspects and only a small window of time to recover the poem, will Mary be able to find the culprit? Join her in the investigation on another cozy adventure and escape to the beautiful town of Ivy Bay, where mysteries are abounding!
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About Secrets of Mary’s Bookshop

Mary Fisher has found the perfect place to retire—right where she started. She’s moving back to Cape Cod to open Mary’s Bookshop in Ivy Bay, a quaint coastal village flanked by meandering marshes and silvery beaches. It’s the perfect place to relax with a good book on a summer day. But Mary soon discovers that this small town is full of secrets. Escape to a charming seaside town, get to know the lively characters who call this community home, and discover the mysteries in Mary’s Bookshop!

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Poetry in Motion – Book 7

When Mary finds a poem called “Pikes Peak” by Katharine Lee Bates tucked into an old book, she feels a thrill of discovery. Could it be an early handwritten draft of the beloved song “America the Beautiful”? she takes the poem to document expert Lincoln King, but before he can confirm its authenticity, the poem is stolen from his office.

Only a handful of people even knew Mary had found the poem. Who could have taken it? Was it Betty’s friend Eleanor, who is desperate to bring some limelight to Ivy Bay? Maude Writh, who claims the poem belonged to her grandmother and is thus rightly hers? Or is Lincoln’s assistant Evan, who disappeared on the same night as the poem? Determined to recover such an important piece of history, Mary sets out to find the thief!

About the Author

Kristin Eckhardt is the author of more than thirty-five books, including fifteen books for Guideposts. She’s won two national awards for her writing and her first book was made into a TV movie. Kristin and her husband have three adult children and live in central Nebraska. Kristin enjoys baking, traveling, and spending time with family.

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Author: Kristin Eckhardt
Page Count: 272 pages
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