Whoever said libraries are quiet places never visited the small town library that sits on the grounds of the old state hospital. Creaks and groans echo through the stacks as the patrons peruse the shelves of the current library building. Larissa Lou Rue, reference librarian and amateur sleuth could tell you a tale or two as she keeps the patrons in line, all while battling a raging tornado, a rabid group of quilting ladies, and library ghosties. These three mysteries will keep you laughing and guessing… Is it haunted? Maybe? Maybe not?
About the Author
Linda Lowery has been a library lady and a storyteller for most of her life. Working over forty years in academia and public libraries (some purported to be haunted), she uses her love of literature and all things library to share some fun times and great stories.