2017 FOREWORD REVIEWS INDIE GOLD MEDAL WINNER FOR HUMOR NOVEL OF THE YEAR!
A Southern librarian fights back when the city cuts off funding for her library in this funny, angry book from award-winning author Michael Guillebeau.
Publishers Weekly said, “Guillebeau blends humor and mystery perfectly in this comic thriller…Guillebeau keeps things light with frequent laugh-out-loud lines.”
They weren’t alone. Other reviewers said:
“One of the most enjoyable books I have read this year…
"...quirky characters and lots of laughs.”
“A madcap adventure of a book where librarians have all the answers.”
“A wonderfully entertaining book! Every library should have this book on the shelf.”
“…jumps off the shelf and begs to be read…I would give it 7 or 8 on a 5* scale.”
“This book will make you angry while making you laugh out loud.”
Half of all income goes to the Awesome Foundation for Library Innovation.
|File size:||545 KB|
About the Author
Michael Guillebeau has published four novels and two anthologies. His last book, MAD Librarian (Madison Press, 2017) won the Foreword Reviews Gold Medal for Humor Book of the Year. His first novel, Josh Whoever (Gale/Five Star Mysteries, 2013) was a finalist for the 2014 Silver Falchion Award for Best First Novel: Literary Suspense, received a starred review in Library Journal, and was named a Debut Mystery of the Month by Library Journal. Guillebeau has published over twenty short stories, including three in Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine. His work has been featured in the anthologies, The Anthology of Cozy Noir, We’ve Been Trumped!, Eight Mystery Readers You Should be Reading Now, and Not Just Rockets and Robots. Michael Guillebeau lives in Madison, Alabama and Panama City Beach, Florida. For more information, see www.michaelguillebeau.com.