Better Off Read: A Bookmobile Mystery

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Product Details

Price
$26.99
Publisher
Crooked Lane Books
Publish Date
Pages
336
Dimensions
5.8 X 8.1 X 1.2 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781683316435

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About the Author

Nora Page enjoys rainy weather, the perfect biscuit, and quiet evenings in with her husband and cat. You can often find her in the company of books. This is her first Bookmobile mystery.

Reviews

Better Off Read
"Funny [and] fast-paced...A dynamo of a lead in Cleo, who drives with a lead foot and refuses to back down from anything or anyone, including bullies and murderers."
--Publishers Weekly

"Outstanding...A delightful cast of characters and an engaging amateur sleuth in Cleo, this mystery is a page-turning whodunit that will have readers longing for another volume featuring this intrepid librarian."
--Jenn McKinlay, New York Times bestselling author of the Library Lover's mysteries

"Better Off Read by Nora Page is, indeed, a page turner, and so much more! Librarian Cleo Watkins and her mobile library, Word on Wheels, will roll right into your heart as Cleo uses her clever smarts to solve a perfectly plotted mystery. You'll love every moment you spend with Cleo and her friends in Catalpa Springs, Georgia."
-Paige Shelton, New York Times bestselling author of the Scottish Bookshop mysteries

"A spunky heroine, a furry side-kick with 'cat-itude', and plenty of southern charm. What more could readers want?"
--Lucy Arlington, New York Times bestselling author of the Novel Idea mysteries

"Who wouldn't want to get on the bookmobile with Cleo Watkins, the librarian who just never quits?...a fun and witty read with the perfect blend of action, humor, romance and a twisty mystery. Great fun!"
--Victoria Abbott, award-winning author of the Book Collector mysteries

"A delightful mystery with quirky charm, the fight for the environment, and the love of books."
--San Francisco Book Review