The Librarian and the Spy by Susan Mann


Blurb

A librarian’s journey from the checkout desk to fast cars, stolen treasures, and international intrigue / with an introduction by suave, handsome “insurance” agent James Lockwood. Adventure-hungry Quinn Ellington’s job solving mundane mysteries for library patrons entangles her in a mission to decode the whereabouts of a weapons cache from a priceless work of art before arms dealers beat her to it. Her adventure is filled with twists, turns, and a budding romance. Transcontinental pursuit, daring rescues, and intense covert flirting follow. 1. Spies—attractive. 2. London—criminal networks. 3. London—Harry Potter references. 4. Libraries—secrets of. 5. Best friends—nosy. I. Ellington, Quinn.

Review

What a rollicking good read! Amusing, action packed, informative - and who knew that being a librarian was so interesting (aside from meeting a spy of course). All this, as well as a feisty heroine and a sexy love interest, there was nothing not to like in this book. Aside from the cover, that is. The author asked if I would like to read and review, and I agreed based on the blurb only. If i'd seen the cover first, I never would have given the book the time of day! And that would have been such a shame. Please, please, please don't let the cover put you off - this is a thoroughly enjoyable rompingly good story!


Due out on 25th April, pre-order your copy here

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