An Imperfect Librarian is a tale about being human in an imperfect world told with humour and compassion and set in a moody Newfoundland landscape with bibliophilia in the foreground.
“…a great book for people who love books, read books, collect books, catalogue books, treasure books, memorize books, covet books, crave books or ferret books away.”
– The Telegram‘s Joan Sullivan
“Newfoundland and Labrador has produced yet another very fine writer. An Imperfect Librarian is clever and compassionate, witty and heartfelt. Laced with surprises and humour, it is a wonderfully entertaining read.”
– Author Leo Furey
“Witty and sharp, full of stinging one-liners, An Imperfect Librarian is a brisk and memorable journey through the workaday lives of some delightfully arresting characters.”
– Author and critic, Paul Butler