73. The Library at the Edge of the World by Felicity Hayes-McCoy
Fifty-something Hanna’s life has not turned out the way she planned. She’s returned to the small town in Ireland where she grew up to live with the mother she doesn’t get along with after her husband leaves her for his long time mistress. Now she’s stuck working at the tiny library instead of the once more promising career she had in London and even the library is in danger of closing unless she can figure out a way to save it.
This was an okay book for these type of cozy little stories set in small Irish towns. I just couldn’t stop thinking about what a terrible librarian Hanna is the whole time I was reading it. That might not bother anyone who isn’t a librarian, for someone who is like me, it annoyed me. I give it a 5 out of 10.