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Reading Up a Storm The national bestselling author of Booked for Trouble returns with another charming mystery set in the most literary lighthouse in North Carolina s Outer Banks Misfortune blows into North Carolina s O

  • Title: Reading Up a Storm
  • Author: Eva Gates
  • ISBN: 9780451470959
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Paperback
  • The national bestselling author of Booked for Trouble returns with another charming mystery set in the most literary lighthouse in North Carolina s Outer Banks Misfortune blows into North Carolina s Outer Banks when a dead body in a boat on the shore leaves local librarian Lucy Richardson racing to solve a strange new mystery After a successful party at Bodie IslandThe national bestselling author of Booked for Trouble returns with another charming mystery set in the most literary lighthouse in North Carolina s Outer Banks Misfortune blows into North Carolina s Outer Banks when a dead body in a boat on the shore leaves local librarian Lucy Richardson racing to solve a strange new mystery After a successful party at Bodie Island s Lighthouse Library, librarian Lucy Richardson is ready to curl up with her cat, Charles, and a good book But her R and R is cut short when she notices some mysterious lights leading a small boat to crash into the coast The two shipwrecked seafarers survive the ordeal but one of them shows up dead ashore a few days later Lucy finds herself again roped into a murder investigation and navigating a sea of suspects, all of whom had motives to deep six the deceased And this time, she has a sinking feeling that finding the real killer won t be so easy

    Reading Up a Storm Lighthouse Library Mystery by Eva Reading Up A Storm is the third book in the A Lighthouse Library Mystery series Lucy Richardson, with the help of her staff, has had a successful birthday party for Bertie James, the head librarian, but it s been cut a little short due to increasing winds from a storm heading ashore. Reading up definition of reading up by The Free Dictionary Define reading up reading up synonyms, reading up pronunciation, reading up translation, English dictionary definition of reading up v read , reading , reads v tr To examine and grasp the meaning of To utter or render aloud read poems to the students To have the ability Read up Idioms by The Free Dictionary read up on something To increase one s knowledge of a topic by reading about it I better read up on this material before I try to teach it tomorrow See also on, read, up read up on someone or something to find and read some information about someone or something Please go to the library and read up on George Washington I don t know anything Setting Up A Classroom and Home Reading Program Today I am sharing a way for setting up a classroom and home reading program in your classroom I have been teaching students to read for nearly a decade and in that time I Reading Up a Storm A Lighthouse Library Mystery Book Reading Up a Storm is a fantastically written cozy mystery in the Lighthouse Library Mystery series by Eva Gates I love the setting, the characters, and the mysteries in each book in the series Having a library set up in a lighthouse is quite a unique theme. Reading A Z The online reading program with downloadable Reading A Z is a one stop destination for teachers for all their reading needs Assess benchmark books and running records to assess your students Align thousands of leveled readers to meet the needs and interests of each child Read up definition of read up by The Free Dictionary Read comes from the Old English verb r dan, to advise, interpret something difficult , interpret something written , read R dan is related to the German verb raten, to advise as in Reading Eagle Reading, PA NEWS readingeagle West Reading tree lighting a celebration of community spirit The borough s tradition began in . Leveled Books Reading A Z Some leveled books are also supported by fluency practice passages, reader s theater scripts, a writer s response activity, a literature circle journal, or might be part of a paired book set or other collection ALL the resources that support a book can be found on its home page. Reading Eggs Learning to Read for Kids Learn to Read Reading Eggs makes learning to read interesting and engaging for kids, with great online reading games and activities And it really works Children love the games, songs, golden eggs and other rewards which, along with feeling proud of their reading, really motivate children to keep exploring and learning.

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    1. Super cute! I loved the whole concept of a library in a lighthouse. Lucy Richardson is an appealing character and the mystery was quite good.

    2. I really like this Outer Banks series, such a great setting and background on the Bodie Lighthouse and the Graveyard of the Atlantic! To work in a library and live in the top of a lighthouse is such a fantastic dream! I hope there will be a new book in the series due out soon!?!

    3. I've really enjoyed this series and unfortunately I'm all caught up. I hope the next book will be released soon, as I need to fantasize some more about sitting at the top of a lighthouse filled with books reading. Decent mystery, the annoying characters are getting more humorous as the series continues and the nice ones are becoming even nicer.

    4. I found myself captivated by the story and even as it unfolded I was amazed at the twists and turns the mystery took, who the killer was, was not even on my radar until the very end. I hope this series becomes more then just a trilogy as I felt like I was only just getting re acquainted with my old friends as the story comes to a close. I really loved and appreciated this story, for the way it took me away and the emotions it evoked. I also can not help but imagine what it would be like to live [...]

    5. Reading Up A Storm is the third book in the A Lighthouse Library Mystery series.Lucy Richardson, with the help of her staff, has had a successful birthday party for Bertie James, the head librarian, but it's been cut a little short due to increasing winds from a storm heading ashore. As Lucy is about to retire for the evening, she decides to take a look outside to check the progress of the storm and notices some lights on the beach and a boat that appears to be heading straight for them. She imm [...]

    6. Author Eva Gates delights with this newest installment in her Lighthouse Library Mystery series! What could be better than a library? A library in a lighthouse! And what could be better than that? The writing of Eva Gate telling the story of said lighthouse library! In this splendid addition to her wonderful series, Ms. Gates manages to outshine the first two books in the series. A clever plot, and brilliant writing are in store for you when you read, READING UP A STORM. With a shipwreck, and mu [...]

    7. I really enjoyed the first two books in this series so was looking forward to this one. I was a bit disappointed unfortunately. I found the story a bit juvenile, especially Lucy's sudden epiphanies such as when she realized who the murderer was (who, I have to say, I had determined about 1/3 of the way through the book), and her sudden realization that she was "in love with the mayor of Nags Head". No lead up, no defining moment in either case really. I'm disappointed that the series isn't measu [...]

    8. English comment below.Era una notte buia e tempestosaNon sono impazzita, ma il libro inizia con questa frase e, come subito dopo confessa la protagonista, anch'io ho sempre voluto dirlo, così ho colto l'occasione al balzo.Detto questo, il libro mi è piaciuto. Già l'idea di una biblioteca in un faro è superba, ma la storia gialla mi ha lasciato fino all'ultimo col dubbio di chi fosse il colpevole. E alla fine, non l'avevo azzeccato: il tipo mi è stato subito antipatico, ma non ho proprio col [...]

    9. Another great addition to the Lighthouse Library series. Eva Gates (Vicki Delany) is one of my alltime favourite author. There wasn't one book that I haven't enjoyed!The characters are believable and so much fun that I wish I'd live there too. A great mystery that kept me on my chair and guessing till the end.

    10. I suppose Im in the minority here with the rating and review.Ill give one star for the cover and that is as far as I can go.I had a hard time getting into the first book in the series but I loved the idea of the lighthouse and it housing the town library. Ocean included! I loved the setting and thought how can you go wrong writing something like this?It has felt disjointed the whole time for me. As if something is totally missing. There is so much writing about the characters that you get no cha [...]

    11. I couldn't keep my interest in this one. I don't know if I had too much going on, or if I just couldn't get into he story or what I liked the first two books in this series, but this one just didn't grab me. It dragged and the characters were annoying.

    12. This is a great cozy series. I like the fact that it takes place in Nags Head, NC and that the library is in a lighthouse. Lucy, the librarian and main character also lives in a room at the top of the lighthouse so she can look out over the ocean but this particular night she notices mysterious lights along the shore leading a small boat to shore. She finds out the next day that the two people on the boat survived but then a few days later one of them ends of dead. The police think Lucy's friend [...]

    13. Cute story, believable resolution, romantic progress. All of these conspire to make me eager for the next installment.

    14. A boat is in trouble and Lucy calls it in. A day later the castaways come to the Book Review and a day after that one of them turns up dead. Why? Read and find out.

    15. It was a dark and stormy night….No, really, Reading Up a Storm gets off to turbulent start when rough weather rolls in after Lucy, Bodie Island’s Lighthouse’s Library’s assistant librarian, and the other employees and locals celebrate their boss’s tenth anniversary at the library. Lucy sees strange lights down the beach and a boat caught in the violent waters. The boat’s occupants, Will Williams and his much younger companion Marlene, are recued by the Coast Guard (thanks to Lucy’s [...]

    16. Synopsis:The national bestselling author of Booked for Trouble returns with another charming mystery set in the most literary lighthouse in North Carolina’s Outer Banks.Misfortune blows into North Carolina’s Outer Banks when a dead body in a boat on the shore leaves local librarian Lucy Richardson racing to solve a strange new mystery.After a successful party at Bodie Island’s Lighthouse Library, librarian Lucy Richardson is ready to curl up with her cat, Charles, and a good book. But her [...]

    17. Das war wirklich ein schöner Cozy, nicht ganz so spannend wie der erste Band, aber besser als der zweite. Zwar wusste ich schon, wer der Mörder, in dem Moment, als er zum ersten Mal auftauchte, aber trotzdem ein netter Fall. Schade, dass die Serie nicht fortgeführt wird, ich hätte gerne noch mehr von Lucy, Charles und der Leuchtturm-Bibliothek gelesen.

    18. Thank you to NetGalley for the ARC of this book which I received for an impartial and honest review. I enjoyed this book immensely even though I didn't read the first two in the series, I will be making sure that I go back to start at the beginning and catch up! Reading Up A Storm is the third book in the Lighthouse Library cozy mystery series. The setting for the book combines 2 of my favourite things, lighthouses and libraries and the assistant librarian Lucy, even gets to live above the libra [...]

    19. Reading Up A Storm by Eva Gates was the third in the series of mysteries set in the Outer Banks of North Carolina where the residents proudly refer to themselves as “Bankers,” if their roots go back far enough. Lucy, whose mother was raised in the Outer Banks but who left for Boston as quickly as she could, loves her work (and her apartment!) all located in the Lighthouse Library. The only fly in the ointment she hasn’t been there a year and she has been at the center of three murder inves [...]

    20. Lucy has been enjoying her time at the Lighthouse Library. She has two very nice looking men who have been viaing for her attention, though she finally decides which one she likes more. Everything is going fine but then a man ends up dead.It seems her new friend could be the culprit but she really doesn't think she did it and it's not like the man didn't have enemies. Lucy tries to stay out of things but with her friend being a suspect it's hard for her to do so, but the detective wants her to s [...]

    21. *I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review from Netgalley and NAL. All opinions are explicitly mine.*The Lighthouse Library Series has been a consistently solid, good-quality series through it's three books and I can honestly say that this book raised the bar even higher for my expectations from Eva Gates/Vicki Delaney.The characters and their stories take the main stage in this book. I'm happy to say that the love triangle thing that was going on ended! We meet so man [...]

    22. Librarian Lucy Richardson has a pretty neat job. She is a librarian for Bodie Island's Lighthouse Library. Not only does she work there but, she lives there as well. How cool would it be to get to live over the library? And in a lighthouse, no less! After what she thought was a normal day, Lucy is ready to curl up with her cat, Charles, and a good book. However, she notices some strange lights on the shore and then sees a boat in distress. The people on the boat survive but, not for long. When o [...]

    23. A first-time author for me in this charming cozy mystery with a taint of paranormal. This tale is set on the Outer Banks, North Carolina. Lucy Richardson is a librarian in a lighthouse. Her companion is cat called Charlie who serves as the library cat during the day. After a successful party at the lighthouse, Lucy sees lights by the shore and a boat in trouble. She calls the Coast Guard and the occupants are saved. The next day she meets both them and is not favorably impress. One is found dead [...]

    24. This is the third book in the Lighthouse Library series set on the outer banks. I really love the setting having spent a couple vacations on the outer bank years ago. The library in the lighthouse itself is unique and has an atmosphere all of its own. Lucy is a likeable and intelligent main character who drives the story. I find that the characters in this series in general are more realistically written than in many cozy mysteries. There is a romantic element that is written in a playful and fu [...]

    25. I so love visiting this lighthouse / library with the living quarters where Lucy and the library cat, Charles, live. Eva Gates brings us a new mystery centered around the lighthouse while including a possibility of romance. The mystery is not one that I could solve, and I like it that way! This mystery drew me in and kept my attention throughout, losing at least and hour or three of sleep when I couldn't put it down.The characters are a delightful mix; even the most eccentric of the group brings [...]

    26. I received this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I had not read the other two books in this series. I will say that I think it would be best to read the other two books first. So, be sure to get them all at once and curl up for a long weekend of delightful reading entertainment. The main character Lucy lives in an apartment above a library in a lighthouse. The setting immediately added to the sense of mystery for me. Lucy has my dream life, she is a librarian, livin [...]

    27. Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.4 stars I really [...]

    28. ** I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **Reading Up A Storm is the 3rd book in the Lighthouse Librarian Mystery series by Eva Gates. I was instantly sucked in to the story. I loved the rich scenery and amazing characters.I usually try to guess the killer in the beginning, which I did once all the characters were introduced. HOWEVER, I'll admit that after my initial guess I kept changing my mind. And I love that!! I loved the little surprises. And the two budding relat [...]

    29. I was given an advance copy of this book by the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. Expected release date: April 5th, 2016I really enjoyed this book. It is the third book in the Lighthouse Library Mystery Series. It is a lighthearted murder mystery that is a cross between Nancy Drew, and Murder She Wrote. I like the characters, the setting, and the idea that a library could exist within a venerable old lighthouse. I truly love Charles, the cat, who seems to be imbued with knowledge and [...]

    30. I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review.Absolutely loved this book! The setting, characters, mystery, EVERYTHING was wonderful! I will admit to this being the first book I have read in this series, but I didn't feel like I missed out on anything huge. (And I definitely will be going back to read the others!) The idea alone of having a library in a lighthouse as well as your apartment sounds wonderful to me! There were a few things of the story that were predictable.cially wit [...]

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