Women Sleuths

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Jack the Ripper wreaked fear and havoc across the overcrowded slums of Whitechapel in the East End of London in 1888.

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“Truth . . . the one thing people will do anything to hide . . . because the truth will always come out in the end.”

A killer is stalking the women of Göteborg.

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Plaid and Plagiarism by Molly MacRae is the first in the new Highland Bookshop Mystery Series.

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Casey Carter is in love and about to wed wealthy Hunter Raleigh III. They attend a gala for Hunter's foundation when Casey becomes violently ill.

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In the 1986 film The Morning After, Jane Fonda stars as Alex Sternbergen, a once-heralded movie star on a downward career slide.

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Avid thriller readers are experiencing the whirlwind of a trend toward releases featuring women who are “unreliable narrators.” That trend makes sense from a publishing point of view given the succ

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“Kudos to Amy Stewart and Constance Kopp. May there be many more sequels to follow.”

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The Secrets of Wishtide by Kate Saunders is a the first of a new cozy mystery series introducing private investigator Laetitia Rodd, 52 years old and the poor widow of an archdeacon, livin

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The Shattered Tree is an enjoyable and quick read—well worth the time.”

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Mysteries come in a variety of sizes and shapes, and The Darkness Knows by Cheryl Honigford is a perfect fit for the “cozy” mystery category.

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“Fans of thrillers with the hint of the supernatural will enjoy reading . . .”

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Practical Sins for Cold Climates is an unusual and refreshing take on the 'transformed by the wilderness' theme.”

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Breaking Wild hardly seems like a debut novel. The story flows easily and the characters seem real, not forced.

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“a cop’s loyalty to justice and the law must take precedence over her personal opinion of the victims.”

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It’s said that people go to Alaska to start new lives, or at least to forget an unsuccessful past.

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Tricky Twenty-Two is the most recent in the Stephanie Plum novels by Janet Evanovich. Her heroine, Stephanie Plum, is a bounty hunter who works for her cousin Vinnie, a bail bondsman.

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A fascinating mystery set in the dusty Texas outback featuring a short, slightly overweight, cynical female sleuth who is as tough as boot leather and as determined as any gumshoe crafted by Raymon