I just finished reading Mark Pryor’s The Paris Librarian: A Hugo Marston Novel, which contained this paragraph:
I also want to thank you, the reader, and I truly hope that you enjoyed The Paris Librarian. There is no greater reward for a writer than to know that his or her work is enjoyed by the reader. If you did enjoy it, or any other Hugo story, please tell others and like it on Facebook, or perhaps review it online— for the greatest support you can give any author is your word-of-mouth-recommendation. Thank you!
Pryor, Mark. The Paris Librarian: A Hugo Marston Novel (Kindle Locations 3816-3819). Prometheus Books. Kindle Edition.
I have enjoyed each of the Hugo Marston mysteries (his stand-alone Hollow Man was not nearly up to the same standards, in my opinion). The protagonist is interesting, competent, and a little quirky. The other characters are believable, and the recurring characters progress nicely from book to book. (Those who survive anyway, and that’s the closest to a spoiler as I’ll be venturing.)
I’ll be looking forward to the next book in this series.