A Latouche County Library MysteryBook - 2013
The 2008 election is over, and librarian Meg McLean is thrilled that the library levy passed. In spite of an economy in free-fall, Meg's personal and professional lives are thriving. Tribal Chief Madeline Thomas of the Klalos offers an inherited farmhouse for a branch library-but the farm was owned by a relative of Meg's rival and vengeful enemy, library administrator Marybeth Jackman, who plans to contest the will. Disasters begin to strike-the farmhouse is vandalized; the chief's home is firebombed; and when Marybeth falls to her death, Meg becomes a murder suspect. Echoing Marybeth's malice, pro-censorship protestors violently attack the county's bookmobile. Meg and her romantic interest, Undersheriff Rob Neill, must confront religious zealotry, bullying, and troubled mother-daughter relationships to penetrate the morass of bad karma and a maze of crimes.
Publisher: McKinleyville, CA : John Daniel & Company, 2013.
Branch Call Number: F SIM
Characteristics: 235 p. ; 23 cm.