The latest in the "mobile librarian" mystery series, The Bad Book Affairis a fun and delightful cozy mystery for readers who enjoy Irish culture. Isreal Armstrong is a Jewish, vegetarian from London who is working as a bookmobile librarian in the most remote northern end of Northern Ireland. He is wallowing in self-pity over being dumped by his girlfriend, but he has to pull himself together and help find a missing teenager before he ends up being implicated for her disappearance in the newspaper. Worse yet, the missing girl is the daughter of a powerful local politician who has it in for Isreal. With the reluctant help of his bookmobile partner, a very curmudgeonly old Irishman who makes merciless fun of Isreal every chance he gets, the mobile library sleuth manages to untangle the plot. The plot of The Bad Book Affairis not exactly thrilling, but the characters and dialog make it well worth reading. I plan on reading the others in the series to find out why Isreal Armstrong is stuck in this provincial town where he feels so out of place.