My name is Skylar. I'm a 23-year old digital librarian living in San Francisco. I thought I would be intellectually satisfied working at this cool, historic yet chic, jewel box of a library downtown, and going out with friends, but then something tragic happened, and now I'm learning ethical computer hacking skills and solving crimes.
A note on how I'm telling this story: Along with reading the main action, told in 25 chapters in five parts, you'll be able to read my blog entries at LibrarianDetective.com, where I reveal my investigative process. Readers can comment on the chapters and blogs, submit tips on the website, find clues on PlacingLiterature.com and follow along and interact on social media via Twitter at @LibrarianDetect.
Cover art by Kim Frohsin
|Publisher:||In the Stacks Publishing|
|File size:||207 KB|
About the Author
Michelle Zaffino is a writer and digital librarian living in San Francisco. How Good It Can Be is her first novel. A sequel, The Love Quad, follows Emma Saffron to college. For more, visit HowGoodItCanBe.com and TheLoveQuad.com. Skylar Saffron, Librarian Detective is Michelle's fifth book. More at LibrarianDetective.com