The Bookman’s Tale By Charlie Levett Giveaway And Review


The Bookman’s Tale

THE BOOKMAN’S TALE , by Charlie Lovett, is the perfect summer read for the booklover! When Peter Byerly, an American antiquarian bookseller from North Carolina, loses his beloved wife, Amanda,  he loses interest in almost everything. And being a loner, Peter escapes to the English countryside, trying to recover his life.

In an 18-century book about Shakespeare forgeries, a Victorian portrait slips from the pages and flutters to the floor. Peter is shocked at the uncanny resemblance to his dead wife. Of course this can not be her.  This is enough to have him off and running, trying to locate the origins.

Fast-paced, with a sense of style that draws you in, Lovett writes with passion for books, mystery, and sense of place. England is the ultimate spot for old books and mystery.

Charlie Lovett is a writer, teacher, and playwright. He is a former antiquarian bookseller and an avid book collector. He lives in North Carolina and Kingham, Oxfordshire, England.

My giveway is open to all who live in the United States.  No P.O’s, please. Just leave a comment here. You have until midnight, June 3rd. My giveaway is sponsored by Viking. A big thank you once again! You guys are so generous.

13 thoughts on “The Bookman’s Tale By Charlie Levett Giveaway And Review

  1. I’ve been reading your blog faithfully and so enjoy the books you recommend that I pass the info along to a friend in a book club which now looks for MY recommendations! Thanks for the great reads.

  2. I love books that take place in England from I Capture the Castle to Coming Home and many in between. Would love to add this to my pile! Thanks for the great reviews.

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