I didn't realize that Link Plus isn't nationwide -- when my city's library first subscribed to it long ago, the librarian told me it covered the whole country (maybe he just meant that it aspired to do so). I've just looked it up and find that it includes only Calif, Nevada, and Ohio (according to Wikipedia -- I did once receive a rare book from a Nevada library through Link Plus, so it must be true). Wherever it is, it's very helpful to those of us who can't afford to buy books and I've been grateful for it.
On topic: This morning, TCM has been showing the British anthology movies based on Somerset Maugham stories -- "Quartet" (1948), "Trio" (1950), "Encore" (1951) -- followed by the American film "O'Henry's Full House" (1952). Nice to see such good authors so well presented.