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The librarian and the spy

Susan Mann

The librarian and the spy

by Susan Mann

  • 183 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Librarians,
  • Fiction,
  • Spy stories,
  • Arms dealers

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSusan Mann
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3613.A552 L53 2017
    The Physical Object
    Pagination327 pages
    Number of Pages327
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27234411M
    ISBN 101420143301
    ISBN 109781420143300
    OCLC/WorldCa955008118

    She couldn’t resist a book about a fellow librarian. When she saw the review in a journal she was ordering from at her library, she had to get it. Please give more information about your series. I am in a series of three books, each “A Librarian and the Spy Escapade.” My first appearance is .   Spy A Novel (Book): Steel, Danielle: "At eighteen, Alexandra Wickham is presented to King George V and Queen Mary in an exquisite white lace and satin dress her mother has ordered from Paris. With her delicate blond looks, she is a stunning beauty who seems destined for a privileged life. But fate, a world war, and her own quietly rebellious personality lead her down a different path.

      This book had me laughing out loud and turning the pages as fast as possible as the mystery and suspense took off. Quinn Ellington is a reference librarian who loves her job solving questions for her library patrons, but she also longs to travel and experience adventures like her favorite spy thriller heroes introduced to her by her grandfather.   A word of warning: "The Spy who Came in From the Cold" is not just an espionage thriller, it's a horror h MI-5 agent Alec Leamas, the eponymous hero of John Le Carre's brutal little espionage masterpiece "The Spy Who Came in From the Cold", discovers that being a secret agent at the height of the Cold War is a little like being a man outside in the cold, looking in on the friendly 5/5(6).

    Librarian-spy Irene and her apprentice Kai are back in the second in this "dazzling"* book-filled fantasy series from the author of The Invisible Library. The written word is mightier than the sword—most of the time Working in an alternate version of Victorian London, Librarian-spy Iren. The Librarian of Unseen University is a character in Terry Pratchett's Discworld series of fantasy novels.. Fictional history Edit. The Librarian first appeared in the first novel of the series, The Colour of Magic, and was transformed into an orang-utan in "The Light Fantastic" as the Octavo fired a beam of magic upwards (a sort of systemwide, in this case universe-wide, update intended to.


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The librarian and the spy by Susan Mann Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Librarian and the Spy is a cute story with a fun premise that didnt quite meet its potential. Its a book I desperately wanted to like, mostly because author Susan Mann includes enough detail about Quinns job as a librarian to delight my bibliophile self/5(). The Librarian and the Spy (Librarian/Spy Escapade Book 1) - Kindle edition by Mann, Susan.

Romance Kindle eBooks @ (46). Book 1 is “The Librarian and the spy”. Available April Book 2 is “A Covert Affari”.

Available Aug Book 3 is “An Uncommon Honeymoon” Available Dec. I never tell about what a certain book is about as I would The librarian and the spy book want to spoil a something for someone wanting to read this book/5(19). My Uncle, The Librarian-Spy Ina Harvard librarian was quietly recruited by the OSS to save the scattered books of Europe.

February 5, By Kathy PeissAuthor: Kathy Peiss. Editorial Reviews. 03/13/ A spy novel collides awkwardly with a romance in this insipid debut. Quinn Ellington is an ordinary librarian with an overstoked imagination, thanks to her spy-novel-loving : Kensington. 'The Invisible Library' feels like the author made a conscious effort to Include All The Cool Things.

Starting with, of course, a secret extra-dimensional library with All The Books, connecting parallel universes, and librarians who are secret agents traversing these worlds in search of rare manuscripts/5. The Librarian and the Spy is incredibly fun wish fulfillment with books, swoony British blokes and travel across the pond.

The danger is never dark or deadly, which makes it perfect for readers who prefer romance drama on the lighter side, and its rags-to-riches plot gives the book a fairy tale feel.

Ultimately, these “I Spy” windows signal to our community that we will be back together, in person, soon. They also looked great during National Library Week.

As a rural town, our library is located on Princeton’s busiest street with many passersby. Spy the Lie Book Summary: Three former CIA officers—among the world's foremost authorities on recognizing deceptive behavior—share their proven techniques for uncovering a lie Imagine how different your life would be if you could tell whether someone was lying or telling you the truth.

Be it hiring a new employee, investing in a financial interest, speaking with your child about drugs. The Librarian and the Spy started out a bit slow for me and I wasn’t sure if I was going to like it but really starts to pick up in the second half of the book.

From that point I felt the pacing was pretty good. The story is written in third person but we only get Quinn’s point of view.5/5. Librarian-spy Irene and her apprentice Kai are back in the second in this “dazzling”* book-filled fantasy series from the author of The Invisible Library.

The written word. “The Librarian and the Spy” should’ve been one of those books that I could’ve finished reading in a 5-hour flight.

However, it didn’t prove to be the page-turner story I was hoping for. Twenty-six year old Quinn Ellington is a public librarian.4/5(22). Get this from a library.

The librarian and the spy. [Susan Mann, (Romance fiction writer)] -- "Adventure-hungry Quinn Ellington solves mundane mysteries for library patrons while indulging her taste for intrigue with her favorite spy novels. But her latest research project entangles her in a.

Shelve under: Travel, Romance, Art Theft, Hostages. Librarian and CIA agent-in-training Quinn Ellington and her handsome spy boyfriend James “Bond” Anderson find themselves in the middle of an international incident when the Indian ambassador is kidnapped from a Library of Congress event.

Shelve under: Libraries, Spies, Falling in Love, London. Adventure-hungry Quinn Ellington solves mundane mysteries for library patrons while indulging her taste for intrigue with her favorite spy novels.

But her latest research project 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. The Librarian and the Spy Susan Mann. Zebra Shout, $ mass market (p) ISBN Buy this book.

A spy novel collides awkwardly with a romance in this insipid debut. A librarian herself, Mann does a good job melding the painstaking hunt for clues into this exhilarating global adventure. Librarian Quinn Ellington is quick, clever, and spunky – traits she is going to need once she runs into handsome “insurance” agent James Lockwood.

The Librarian and the Spy (Paperback): Mann, Susan: Adventure-hungry Quinn Ellington solves mundane mysteries for library patrons while indulging her taste for intrigue with her favorite spy novels. But her latest research project 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.

The words ‘librarian-spy’ are my personal catnip. Happy 40th Anniversary to our spiritual travel guide, Rick Steves. Former bookshop owner Anna Quinn shares 13 things she learned from owning the bookstore. (Bonus: Her tips apply to life in general.) It’s Friday — why not go down the rabbit hole of old book illustrations.

- Explore michlibrarian's board "Library/Books" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Library books, Book lists and BooksK pins. My first book, The Librarian and the Spy, features, unsurprisingly, a librarian and a spy. Write what you know, they say.

So I did. The librarian part, not the spy part. My writing career didn’t begin until I was in my late 40s. Now I’m honored to be one of those odd people who will have their first book published after Adventure-hungry Quinn Ellington solves mundane mysteries for library patrons while indulging her taste for intrigue with her favorite spy novels.

But her latest research project entangles her in a mission to decode the whereabouts of a weapons cache from a priceless .Librarian's Picks: The Best in Spy Fiction For a secretive industry, the business of espionage is one many readers feel they understand — especially if they happen to be fans of spy thrillers.