The Book Stops Here Reviews
"The book's high point is the acerbic portrayal of the personalities making up the Mobile Library Steering Committee, but most every page will elicit a grin, if not a chuckle." - Publishers Weekly
"The mystery's barely there, but the company in this slapstick satire is so appealing that you'll never miss it, especially when Ted makes up more words than Mrs. Malaprop and Israel keeps bumping into reasons why London isn't home anymore." - Kirkus Reviews
"We criticized Sansoms last outing (Mr. Dixon Disappears, 2007) for its lack of plotting chops...here, crime takes a backseat to the characters, and the problem is solved....hilarious." - Booklist
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