Women of Mystery III by Kathleen Halligan
Stories from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine and Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (Women of Mystery Series)

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Established and rising women crime writers present 15 original stories of women sleuths, ranging all over the mystery genre. Spies, journalists, private investigators and policewomen are among the characters in the stories.'

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Published December 1, 1998 by Carroll & Graf Pub. 336 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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If you liked Women of Mystery I and II (1992 and 1995, respectively), Halligan (co-editor, with Cynthia Manson, Murder to Music, 1997, etc.) is betting you'll relish a third trip to the vaults of EQMM and AHMM for another 19 strong heroines, most from the past 10 years, by such luminaries as Joan...

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Jan Burke laces an investigation of a singer's death by series characters Irene and Frank Herriman with rock music jokes in the funny and poignant ""A Fine Set of Teeth."" Only Antonia Fraser's ""The Bottle Dungeon,"" a locked-room story solved by her redoubtable Jemima Shore, will disappoint rea...

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