By the Book

By the Book

Carolyn Greene / Jan 20, 2020

By the Book One night while Mary is working late in her shop she smells something burning When she looks out the window she sees smoke coming from Sweet Susan s Bakery next door The fire department arrives in t

  • Title: By the Book
  • Author: Carolyn Greene
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Hardcover
  • One night while Mary is working late in her shop, she smells something burning When she looks out the window, she sees smoke coming from Sweet Susan s Bakery next door The fire department arrives in time to stop the flames from spreading to any other buildings, but the bakery is seriously damaged Even shocking is the verdict that the fire was started on purpose WhOne night while Mary is working late in her shop, she smells something burning When she looks out the window, she sees smoke coming from Sweet Susan s Bakery next door The fire department arrives in time to stop the flames from spreading to any other buildings, but the bakery is seriously damaged Even shocking is the verdict that the fire was started on purpose While Susan struggles to figure out how she can reopen her business before she goes bankrupt, Mary searches for the arsonist Was it the woman who wants to open a rival bakery in town The troubled young man who works at the hardware store and has access to flammable liquids The firefighter who seems to love fire a little too much Or, the worst possibility of all, Susan s husband The Mary investigates, the less she likes what she discovers Is this a case where it might be better not to know the truth

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      • Carolyn Greene

        When she was in the first grade, Carolyn Greene got hit in the head by a kickball She was only unconscious for a few minutes, but that was long enough for her to enter a vivid dream featuring herself as the star of an action adventure tale Carolyn enjoyed the dream so much, she became annoyed when the teacher shook her awake and helped her up off the playground.In second grade, the comment on her report card read, Carolyn writes nice stories Since then, writing fiction has been her way of escaping into an exciting, dramatic dream world While a young girl, one of her favorite ways of finding that escape was by reading Walter Farley s Black Stallion and Island Stallion books.After graduating high school, she followed conventional advice and earned a degree in business administration It seemed the logical thing to do since the want ads never had any listings for professional daydreamers Drifting from one secretarial position to another, she tried to find job satisfaction, but it eluded her while working at the electric company, a catalog sales center, a juvenile detention center, and a men s maximum security prison.It was during a career planning meeting at the prison where she worked that Carolyn finally acknowledged her heart s true desire to write a novel The guards and administrative staff laughed at her aspirations, but the next day a co worker brought her a grocery bag stuffed full of Harlequin and Silhouette romances and encouraged her to try to write one Carolyn was hooked by the first chapter of the first book she read, and immediately set out to write her own story using a familiar, though not necessarily romantic, setting.Fortunately for readers everywhere, Prisoner of Love never sold But she persevered, and 10 years later her first book was published, under a pseudonym, by Silhouette Romance Kiss of Bliss, featuring a miniature horse as a comical secondary character, was her tribute to the enjoyment she d found in Walter Farley s books.Currently, Carolyn writes full time in her basement office, the room commonly referred to as the Dungeon She has a daughter in college and a son in high school Neither child has expressed an interest in pursuing a writing career, but that s okay since they both manage to provide her with plenty of ideas for stories.Her husband, a fire chief, also provides plenty of inspiration In fact, he and Carolyn are a perfect example of opposites attract She s the easygoing one, approaching life in a scattered sort of way he s hard driven and logical Her most famous ancestor burned Atlanta during the Civil War his most famous ancestor a Richmond, Virginia, fire chief died in the line of duty just before World War I As Carolyn often teases her husband, she lights fires and he puts them out.In her spare time, Carolyn plays with the family s two dogs and two parakeets and watches romantic comedy movies research, you know Or she just zones out and stares through the window until someone snaps their fingers and brings her back to the real world.


    521 Comments

    1. This book was slow to begin with. I had to read several chapters before it started to ebb and flow together. Pretty good story.


    2. First book i've read of this series, not realizing ahead of time there are others lol. I enjoy the setting of this book, a charming seaside town with secrets.


    3. #10--No rest for Mary, her detective skills and prayers are needed when the neighboring Sweet Susan's Bakery catches on fire. The Captain even has to arrest the owner's husband when a local teen looks just as guilty. 262 pages



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