Murder at the Best Little Library in Texas
About the Book
Think public libraries are staid and quiet? Then welcome to the “Best Little Library in Texas” where restroom fires/accidents, a surprise birth upstairs, angry female demonstrators at the front door, even a study group pledged to kill people because of their DNA (and a subsequent murder) are almost routine. How do six committed librarians and one lonely Texas cowboy survive these dangers? Credit their high quotient of humor, affection for one another, teamwork and community service. The “Best Little Library” proves it’s not the quality of the book collections, it’s the individuals of the staff who make the library exceptional.
About the Author
Roy Sullivan, former Army officer, then Foreign Service, diplomat, loves short mysteries (like this one) favored by red-eye travelers and overnighters. He also writes histories, like “The Texas Revolution: Killing Fannin.” Sullivan lives in the Texas Hill County, busy imagining new plots, villains and babes.