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by Julie Kaewert

eBook Uncatalogued (Booklovers) download ISBN: 0553582208
Author: Julie Kaewert
Publisher: Crimeline (January 2, 2002)
Language: English
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Category: Mystery
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It promises to be the find of the century: documents by famed diarist Samuel Pepys rumored to be in the . which is where publisher Alex Plumtree and his fiancée, Sarah, are headed for his college reunion.

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A diary someone would kill to keep secret...It promises to be the find of the century: documents by famed diarist Samuel Pepys rumored to be in the U.S. — which is where publisher Alex Plumtree and his fiancée, Sarah, are headed for his college reunion. Then bizarre things start happening ... a Royal accident imperils the succession and fiery violence rocks London, mimicking Pepys’s chronicles of seventeenth-century England.Things get even more curious when the archivist who stumbled on the uncatalogued papers vanishes. Then a centuries-old scandal surfaces that could bring down the modern monarchy.Soon Alex begins to suspect that the diaries may not have been penned by Pepys after all — but by someone whose shocking actions may have altered the course of history....
Comments: (7)
Cells
The last in this series -- so far. Alex finally marries the woman he has loved since college. They go on their honeymoon to a College runion in the United States, visiting an old friend on the way--only to find his home ransacked.

While they are away the Queen of England is put in the hospital, Prince Charles renounces the Church of England and whether he is still eligible to be king in case Elizabeth doesn't recover is in question.

At the campus during a tour of some items left to the college an odd relic is found and a secret tunnel into the building. And Alex's new bride seems to have secrets she isn't sharing with him. She also puts him in jail!

The story is well written, had lots of turns and twists, scary happenings and mysterious disappearances to keep any mystery reader happy. Strongly recommend both this book and the entire series.
Brazil
I love this series and I hope there are more to come. She writes like Dick Francis who was one of my favorite authors. This was the last book I needed to complete my collection.
Aedem
This book in the series once again takes a fascinating topic and turns it into a tail-spinning tale!
Monin
Keeps you in suspense but with a little humor.
Rasmus
I could not put the book down, I was captivated by it, well written and fun to read, go for it
Lemana
Once again Julie Kaewert brings us back to the world of Bibliomysteries and to the world of publisher Alex Plumtree. Readers of the series who have followed Alex's rise in the world of publishing as well as his blossoming love affair with Sarah will be delighted to see both his career and his personal life on the rise.
Uncatalogued begins with Alex and Sarah deciding to elope and get married in America right before their college reunion at Dartmouth. To make things more interesting, Alex's college sweetheart calls to ask him for some advice on some historical papers she may have found in the newly acquired archives. For Alex, the invitation to look for lost and possibly found papers written by Samuel Pepys, 17th-century diarist and friend of the royal family, is too good to pass up as he is one of a select few Pepys scholars. He is also asked by the publishing society he belongs to in England to get these possibly incriminating papers back as they are rumored to contain some not-so-nice royal gossip that could do serious harm to England if it came to light.
Fans of this series will not be surprised to read all of the twists and turns that this book contains - Alex and Sarah's near death experiences as well as the fun, historical references - even if the action is somewhat over the top - readers will find it all in good fun.
If you pick this or any of Julie Kaewert's "Plumtree" books up and you won't be disappointed, more likely you will be hooked. Alex Plumtree is a bibliophile's dream come true. This is the sixth book in her series and I certainly hope there are many more to come.
energy breath
Julie Kaewert's Booklover's Mystery series (the "Un" series) is fun reading on the whole, especially for those who are into British bibliophile mysteries and plots which are adventurous though quite unlike real life. Uncatalogued, number six and the latest in the series, is somewhat of a disappointment, definitely not the best yet. For one thing, the setting is almost entirely in the United States instead of England, which is fine in itself but is not in keeping with the charm and uniqueness of the series. For another, the plot unfolds very slowly. Also, the author's pattern of making modern day events in the protagonist's life mirror the contents of a rare book involved in the mystery is overdone this time as every chapter has multiple unlikely comparisons between the ancient writing and current happenings. And finally, the explanation of the mystery as it unravels seems to be very labored, some aspects of the explanation being repeated (unless I missed some subtleties along the way).
The diary of the 17th century Samuel Pepys, whose writings Alex Plumtree did post-graduate work on, is rumored to have a missing section which may contain a story scandalizing the British monarchy. While Alex and Sarah are at Dartmouth College for their college reunion, they end up locating what could be this very document in some uncatalogued materials recently donated to the college library. They do what they have to in order to secure these papers for safekeeping since someone (with a British accent) has been willing to murder to obtain them. Back in England the queen has an accident and seems on the verge of death, some feel Prince Charles should not be her successor, and there are terrorist bombs and fires all over London, just like in the days of Pepys as recorded in his diary. Alex's life is endangered multiple times, once even being left for dead on an impossibly narrow ledge on the side of a mountain. Somehow, he and Sarah must find a way for the newly discovered Pepys diary pages to be saved for posterity without harming the reputation of the monarchy?
I would not recommend reading this one as an introduction to the series. The main characters have been developed in earlier mysteries which means you miss a lot if you start with this one. I still find Untitled to be the most intriguing and fast paced of the series, and if a person were to read only one Untitled should be it. Uncatalogued, however, like the others, has both entertaining and educational elements, the latter due to the research and knowledge of the author in the realms of publishing and rare books.