A couple of months ago I found new evidence to answer a family mystery in the EADT.
While looking up that obituary, as so often happens, I came across something else that caught my eye: a war time mobile library. The article appeared in the Diss Express on Friday, 11 September, 1942:
In 2016, crime fiction still issues best in Norfolk libraries, and there are many western fans too. Just as in 1942, different places have different favourites and it's part of the librarian's role to stock the right books in the right place - and keep them circulating.