Why did an Inspector from the Government Printing Office get crushed between two rows of electronic compact shelving? In this murder/mystery, everyone seems to have a motive. It's an Agatha Christie-inspired whodunit with multiple suspects whom the book's detective assembles together in one room in the last chapter for "the big reveal." More
Why did an Inspector from the Government Printing Office get crushed between two rows of electronic compact shelving? This murder/mystery is an Agatha Christie-type whodunit with multiple suspects whom the book's detective assembles together in one room in the last chapter for "the big reveal." Death-by-compact-shelving may seem like a stretch, but it actually almost happened at a library where this book's author worked. You will never look at librarians and library shelving the same after reading it.
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This is a series about people who work at libraries. I used to work at one, so I write about my experiences in a library located in a busy civic center next to the courthouse where a large population of homeless people set us camp outside in the bushes and spend most of the days in the library hanging out. Isabella Forshey, the librarian in 3 of these books, falls in love with a detective she meets at a mystery dinner theater. They marry in New Orleans. When he dies unexpectedly, she deals with his death by going to Europe with her best friend, another librarian. "Watchin' the Detective: A Mystery Dinner Romance" is a romantic comedy that's a little racy, but I hope everybody will like it. All of the books in the series can be enjoyed as standalone stories.
By the way, that's my niece posing on the cover of Death Among the Stacks: the Body in the Law Library.