Love Your Librarian?
Take home one of these titles which feature superhero, romancing, futuristic, time-traveling, spell-casting librarians!
A moonlighting archivist becomes dangerously ensnared in his employer's corrupt politics during election year.
Employing the life of T.S. Eliot as a template, this author creates an intelligent narrative through the life of an archivist that reads like a psychological thriller.
Stones From the River
Trudi Montag, a dwarf and the librarian in her small German town, catalogs more than books—she is also the keeper and recorder of town secrets.
Girl's Guide to Witchcraft
Timid, unfashionable librarian girl finds mysterious trapdoor in the floor of her winsome cottage, revealing a treasure trove of spell casting tools that lead to fantasy and romance!
The Grand Complication
Who is the only person able to solve the grand complication? A knowledgeable reference librarian, of course. For fans of Arturo Perez-Reverte and those who enjoy an intellectual romp.
The Librarians of Alexandria: A Tale of Two Sisters
From Italy's unification in 1870 to the end of World War II, this is the saga of a family told by the youngest daughter as she reminisces with her aged and infirm aunt.
Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World
A split-brained data processor needs the help of a librarian with an enormous appetite to solve the mysteries surrounding a unicorn skull, an underground network, and a possible alternate reality.
The Time Traveler's Wife
A dark-haired punk librarian involuntarily time travels, often returning to the present at the Chicago library where he works, after being chronologically snatched away.
A halfling librarian-turned-adventurer stars in the first installment of the Wick Lamplighter series.
The Case of the Missing Books
A Jewish vegetarian librarian is transferred to Northern Ireland where he hilariously seeks to find the missing contents of his bookmobile.
The Last Reader
Remigio discovers a dead girl in his well, and his father Lucio, a librarian who ties everything to novels he has read, convinces Remigio to bury the girl under their avocado tree.