• Sara Jane Jacobs

Brought to Book by Barbara Cornthwaite

Updated: Nov 11, 2020



About the Book


Book:  Brought to Book


Author: Barbara Cornthwaite


Genre:  Christian cozy mystery


Release Date:  June 24, 2020



There’s nothing in Emily Post about dealing with murder.


Katrina just wanted to spend time among the books at Frank’s Bookstore. Yes, that’s an unimaginative name for a store, but Frank’s an unimaginative guy–or he was.


Now he and his murder are the reason Katrina is spending her spare time with Wilkester detective, Todd Mason. Or, that’s what she tells herself.


Why would anyone want to kill Frank Delaney? Who would do it? And is Katrina herself even safe?


Mixing faith, literary humor, sweet romance, and a cozy mystery that will keep you guessing, Barbara Cornthwaite’s first Wilkester Mystery has everything you want for a cozy read.


Begin your investigation of Brought to Book today.

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About the Author


Barbara Cornthwaite lives in the middle of Ireland with her husband and children. She taught college English before “retiring” to do something she loves far more; her days are now filled with homeschooling her six children, trying to keep the house tidy (a losing battle), and trying to stay warm in the damp Irish climate (also a losing battle). She is surrounded by medieval castles, picturesque flocks of sheep, and ancient stone monuments. These things are unappreciated by her children, who are more impressed by traffic jams, skyscrapers, and hot weather.


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Meeting of the Minds


A Wilkester Mysteries Introduction


Detective Todd Mason knew Katrina was the one the first time he met her. The woman had witnessed a murder—if not with her eyes, at least with her ears. She’d seen the man dying and called for help, afraid all the while that the killer would return for her. So much he’d been told before he went into the interrogation room.


“How’s she handling it?” he asked the officer who had arrived first at the scene and escorted her to the police station.


“Not too badly,” said Gary. “She’s in shock, of course, but she’s trying to hold it together.