Go to Helena Handbasket by Donna Moore

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On her latest case, wisecracking Private Investigator, Helena Handbasket, is faced with a lot of tough questions. Did Robin Banks have a hand in the theft of Evan Stubezzi's jewels? And if so, was the hand one of those packed in ice in the freezer box that was delivered to his brother, Owen? Is there a serial killer on the loose? Or are all those handless corpses with scarlet fish sewn into their chest cavities purely coincidental? What shoes should you wear for a meeting with a killer? Why does her next-door neighbour smell of cheese? Which of her true loves is her real true love? And, more importantly, is there anything in the fridge for dinner? Can our man-loving, cocktail-loving, food-loving, not-so-very-intrepid heroine answer these questions-any of them-without leaving a cliché unturned?

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Published February 4, 2007 by Pointblank. 156 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Reviewing the Evidence

Writing funny crime novels is a lot harder than it looks and not only because crime fiction readers range from the easily tickled to the seriously ticked-off.

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Spinetingler Magazine

I took my address book out of the only drawer that didn’t contain alcohol (it was a very small drawer) and turned to the entries under ‘F’: ‘Friend who works for the Council’, ‘Friend who works for the hospital’, ‘Friend who works for the Department of Vehicle Licensing’, ‘Friend who works for th...

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