Libraries worldwide circulating copies of Island in the Clouds!


OCLC WorldCat – find copies in a library near you!

Calgary Public Library (and listed on their Around the World in 14 Mysteries and Accidental Sleuths recommendations!)

Bruce County Library System Kincardine Branch, Ontario

Chinook Arch Regional Library System

Dominica Library

Fernie Public Library

Haliburton County Public Library (including Minden Hills Branch)

Lethbridge Public Library

Regina Public Library

Saskatoon Public Library

Sparwood Public Library

The Regional Automation Consortium, Alberta (circulating 20 copies to rural Alberta libraries through the Marigold, Northern Lights, Yellowhead and Peace Regional Library Systems)

(If you know of any other libraries that lend copies of Island in the Clouds, please let me know and I will add to this list.)

12 responses

  1. this really makes you want to jump up and down doesn’t it (careful on that foot).
    Odd note: OCLC is so interesting. At one company some of their people came down to give us basic training on cataloguing. Book people are the most fun!
    (And I’m trying desperately to keep up with reading blog posts)

    1. I’m in that same catch-up-on-blog-posts boat, right along with ya!

      1. and all those email notices shaming….you do what you can. (thanks for the email)

  2. How great! That’s a lot of libraries.

    Check this search tool out: It lets you find libraries all over the world that hold a certain book. I found that Occasional Soulmates is owned by one library, in, of all places, Auckland, New Zealand …

    1. Woohoo! Good one! I’m adding this link to my post.

  3. Congrats Susan! This is wonderful! @v@ ā¤

    1. Thanks! I’ve found more to add, too!

  4. Hey Sue! Just to let your readers know at a glance that two copies are available for loan at the Roseau Public Library in Dominica, while one other is kept in the reference section. The other two copies are found in Portsmouth – Dominica’s second town – one in the library and one on their ‘bookmobile’. I am delighted that Dominica has five copies of ‘Clouds’ in the library system – and of course, I’ve got a couple of my own… : )

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