Skylar Saffron, Librarian Detective: Part 1

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In the Stacks Publishing, Oct 1, 2016 - Young Adult Fiction - 68 pages

My name is Skylar. I'm a 23-year old digital librarian living in San Francisco. I thought I would be intellectually satisfied working at this cool, historic yet chic, jewel box of a library downtown, and going out with friends, but then something tragic happened, and now I'm learning ethical computer hacking skills and solving crimes.


A note on how I'm telling this story: Along with reading the main action, told in 25 chapters in five parts, you'll be able to read my blog entries at LibrarianDetective.com, where I reveal my investigative process. Readers can comment on the chapters and blogs, submit tips on the website, and interact on social media via XTwitter at @LibrarianDetect.


Cover art by Kim Frohsin 

 

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
17
Section 3
18
Section 4
31
Section 5
32
Section 6
45
Section 7
46
Section 8
59
Section 9
60
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About the author (2016)

Michelle Zaffino is a writer and digital librarian living in San Francisco. How Good It Can Be is her first novel. A sequel, The Love Quad, follows Emma Saffron to college. For more, visit HowGoodItCanBe.com and TheLoveQuad.com.

Skylar Saffron, Librarian Detective is Michelle's fifth book. More at LibrarianDetective.com 

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