In Scotland a mystery person has been leaving elaborate paper sculptures in libraries. Each is accompanied by a cryptic note, which leaves no doubt that the creator likes libraries, "A gift in support of libraries, books, words, ideas..." Read about it here, or watch a video here.
The mystery person's work contains many references to the works of writer Ian Rankin. We have several of his mysteries on our shelf including Doors Open [F RAN].
Three friends, having met a crime boss at an art auction, decide to steal three paintings from the National Gallery in Edinburgh, coming in contact with forgers, a Hell's Angel, and other people with ulterior motives during their attempt.I hope the mystery person makes his/her way over here--we'd love a paper sculpture!
Paper sculpture photo courtesy Edinburgh International Book Festival.