A local book forger offered a book to the Cambridge Library, they rejected it and now she is on crusade put it in there. Katherine Powers, daughter of author J. F. Powers, took correspondence from her father and compiled it into a book. People seemed to like it. Then Powers offered the book to the local Cambridge Library, they told her they were all full in the inn and now she's the one writing letters.
Will the library give in and stock the book that their patrons will not check out? Or will they give in, especially now that it has become a news story? Should author's use these tactics to get a book ont he shelf? Does the library have a community responsibility to house every book that local folk compile? Where will the questions end?