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Death By Bourbon (Mystery, Women Sleuths): Book 4 of the Josiah Reynolds Mystery Series by Abigail Keam Book Resume:
Life takes a dramatic turn for Josiah when she witnesses a death at an engagement party for Matt. Matt? Yes, Matt. Charming socialite Addison DeWitt falls into a fit after taking a sip of bourbon. That would be upsetting enough, but Josiah is sure it is murder. However, no one will believe her except for Lady Elsmere and Meriah Caldwell, the famous mystery writer. The three of them conspire to bring the murderer to justice. It turns out the suspect is always three steps ahead of them. To make matters worse, Josiah's daughter, Asa decides to move to London, Franklin leaves town and Jake starts singing a different tune. Josiah doubts her ability to meet the future alone. Maybe it's time to sell the Butterfly and move to Florida with the rest of the old folks.
Death By A HoneyBee (Mystery, Women Sleuths): Book 1 of the Josiah Reynolds Mystery Series by Abigail Keam Book Resume:
Death By A HoneyBee is a Gold Medal winner from Readers' Favorite and a Finalist in the USA BOOK NEWS Best Book List of 2011. Josiah Reynolds, a former art history professor, was once a celebrity with wealth, social position, and a famous husband. Now all of that is gone. The professor finds her circumstances drastically altered. Retired, Josiah is now a full time beekeeper trying to stay financially afloat by selling honey at the local Farmers Market. She finds her world turned upside down when a man is found dead in her bee yard, only to discover that the victim is her competitor and nemesis. The police suspect the brutal death is murder and Josiah is their number one suspect. She is determined to find out who is trying to frame her, along with her assistant, Matt, who is twenty years her junior and gay, and her lawyer, Shaneika, a African-American woman, rumored to be a descendant of a historically prominent Lexington family. Josiah s powerful but secretive daughter pops in and out of her mother s life, pulling strings to protect her mother from danger. Set in the beautiful horse country of the Bluegrass, Josiah makes the rounds of quirky characters that can only be found in Kentucky. Fighting an unseen enemy in the glamorous world of Thoroughbreds, oak-cured bourbon and antebellum plantation houses, Josiah struggles to uncover the truth in a city that keeps its secrets well.
Death By Lotto (Mystery, Women Sleuths): Book 5 of the Josiah Reynolds Mystery Series by Abigail Keam Book Resume:
Ethel Bradley thinks someone is trying to kill her, but doesn’t know who or why. She enlists the help of her childhood friend, Lady Elsmere, but Lady Elsmere has troubles of her own in the form of a ne’er-do-well English nephew who’s trying to steal her estate. Both women turn to Josiah Reynolds, who has just returned from New York. Josiah calls Detective Goetz who recommends a shamus named Walter Neff. Walter and Josiah scour the Bluegrass for answers that turn out to be deadly. To make matters worse for Josiah, Fred O’nan is a free man and gunning for her. Josiah, full of sass and vinegar, meets these challenges head on with the support of her friends, Franklin and Matt. Will Josiah be thwarted this time? Kentucky can be a cruel mistress to those wanting justice and exacts a high price for it. Sometimes the “dark and bloody ground” demands double indemnity. This is something Josiah knows very well. Very well indeed.
Death By Drowning (Mystery, Women Sleuths): Book 2 of the Josiah Reynolds Mystery Series by Abigail Keam Book Resume:
In the second novel of the series, Death by Drowning, Josiah survives a forty-foot fall off a cliff only to discover that her nightmare is not over. O'nan's body is never found and he may be alive. Josiah puts the past behind her but it reaches out, threatening to pull her off the cliff again. Matt, her best friend, and Jake, her physical therapist, stand between Josiah and harm. Even they can't keep danger at bay. Once again, Josiah makes the rounds of quirky characters found in the lush Bluegrass horse world of Thoroughbreds, oak-cured bourbon and antebellum mansions.
Death By Chocolate (Mystery, Women Sleuths): Book 6 of the Josiah Reynolds Mystery Series by Abigail Keam Book Resume:
Josiah Reynolds is tracking down the disappearance of an old friend’s son. But while she is chasing a missing person, O’nan is hot on Josiah’s trail chasing her. And he is threatening, conniving and blackmailing others to help destroy the woman he thinks ruined his life. Will he finally succeed? Or will Josiah outwit him as she has always done? One thing is for sure . . . when Josiah and O’nan finally clash at the Cumberland Falls, justice will be done. The question is who will survive the thundering and treacherous waters of the Cumberland Falls? But one thing is sure – someone is going to die!
Death By Bridle (Mystery, Women Sleuths): Book 3 of the Josiah Reynolds Mystery Series by Abigail Keam Book Resume:
Josiah is back on the trail of a murderer. Arthur Aaron Greene III is one of Kentucky's most prominent horse men, but he is found hanging from the rafters in a horse barn with stones in his pockets and a bucket of water under his feet. The only witness is a nine year old boy who can't seem to remember exactly what happened. Relentless in her pursuit of the killer, Josiah stumbles into decades of lies and deception that include her dear friend, Lady Elsmere. Josiah discovers that she must go back to 1962 if she is to find out the truth at all, while making the rounds of quirky characters that can only be found in the lush Bluegrass horse country. Fighting an unknown enemy in the glamorous world of Thoroughbreds, oak-cured bourbon and antebellum mansions, Josiah struggles to uncover the truth in a land that keeps its secrets well.
British Women Mystery Writers by Mary Hadley Book Resume:
Many aspects of British detective fiction are intriguingly different from the American detective fiction. And, confusingly, many of the British women detectives who have made it to American television are far from typical of the latest women detectives. This work is a study of British detective fiction with female protagonists written by women. Authors included are P.D. James, Jennie Melville, Liza Cody, Val McDermid, Joan Smith and Susan Moody. Special attention is paid to the evolution of the British female sleuth from the 1960s to the year 2000, particularly the 1980s, and how this shaped and altered detective fiction. Also discussed is the effect of the British judicial system and gun laws on detective fiction and real life, the types of crimes women detectives usually investigate, why certain directions have been taken and which ones may be taken in the future, issues being raised by the authors, and new women authors of detective fiction with female protagonists.
Into The Heat by Rod Hoisington Book Resume:
Into the Heat is the 6th novel in this popular Women Sleuths Mystery Romance series. Friends and enemies--both turning up the heat. Sandy Reid must untangle the mix of a man who targets the wrong guy as his wife's lover, a Goth Girl wannabe whose dream date turns into a real-life nightmare and a nice girl dying to break it off with a cheating husband. All this while Sandy's trying to straighten out her own love life. Just as she's struggling (not too hard) to choose between admirers, a former flame shows up and turns up the heat. In the end, Sandy must stay one step ahead of a Miami hood who assumes she's willing to use everything she has to get what she wants.Each book in this female protagonist mystery series is a stand-alone novel following the exciting adventures of Sandy Reid: One Deadly SisterThe Price of CandySuch Wicked FriendsChasing Suspect ThreeAlive After FridayInto the HeatOther mystery novels by this author: Saturday Night at Jillian's
Saturday Night at Jillian's by Rod Hoisington Book Resume:
A Women Sleuth Mystery Romance thriller"Other than the murder, her Saturday night party went okay." When Jill tries to help a young woman she's never met who is suffering workplace sexual abuse, surprisingly the frantic victim refuses her help. Jill turns amateur sleuth and uncovers a relationship with the abusive boss more complicated and closer to home than expected and suddenly her own troubled love life is threatened. Ignoring all consequences, she sets out to expose the perverse activity and bring the ruthless perpetrator to justice. However, her good intentions put the distressed victim on the edge of even greater torment and the sadistic boss decides to teach Jill a lesson she'll never forget.
A is for Alibi by Sue Grafton Book Resume:
A is for Alibi is the first in the Kinsey Millhone mystery series by Sue Grafton. My name is Kinsey Millhone. I’m a private investigator, licensed by the state of California. I’m thirty-two years old, twice divorced, no kids. The day before yesterday I killed someone and the fact weighs heavily on my mind . . . When Laurence Fife was murdered, few cared. A slick divorce attorney with a reputation for ruthlessness, Fife was also rumoured to be a slippery ladies’ man. Plenty of people in the picturesque Southern California town of Santa Teresa had reason to want him dead. Including, thought the cops, his young and beautiful wife, Nikki. With motive, access and opportunity, Nikki was their number one suspect. The Jury thought so too. Eight years later and out on parole, Nikki Fife hires Kinsey Millhone to find out who really killed her husband. But the trail has gone cold and there is a chilling twist even Kinsey didn’t expect . . .
Sleuths in Skirts by Frances A. DellaCava,Madeline H. Engel Book Resume:
This volume is a comprehensive collection of critical essays on The Taming of the Shrew, and includes extensive discussions of the play's various printed versions and its theatrical productions. Aspinall has included only those essays that offer the most influential and controversial arguments surrounding the play. The issues discussed include gender, authority, female autonomy and unruliness, courtship and marriage, language and speech, and performance and theatricality.
Food, Drink, and the Female Sleuth by Patricia Lunneborg,Sisters Wells Book Resume:
From the author of books about women police officers and a retired editor who’s now a volunteer cop in small town America, Food, Drink, and the Female Sleuth gathers together the best food scenes in mainstream detective fiction. Over 140 flavorful contributors, over 250 slurpy excerpts, 23 rich chapters with titles like “Undercover Grub and Stakeout Takeout,” “Junk Food on the Run,” “A Dozen Ways to Feed Your Lover,” “Bribing with Food,” and “The Last Bite.” Like us, PIs, cops, and amateur sleuths ARE what they eat. Also they are known by how they eat, where they eat, why they eat, and by who does the cooking. What better way to flesh out a sleuth’s work partner than “Let’s Have A Drink,” or spell out social class with humor in “Upper and Lower Crusts”? What better way to get a plot underway than breakfast? Or stir in suspense and foreshadow events in “Let’s Do Lunch”? This book is for anyone whose shelves are stacked with really good detective novels and really good food. Face it, if you like to eat, put Food, Drink on your table.
Mystery by Patrick Connelly Book Resume:
Kelly Anne Moore, San Francisco homicide detective, continues to live her professional life on the edge, as she attempts to ignore any personal danger. She spends much of her time investigating new homicides in San Francisco , including the movements of a serial killer who has set his sights on ten women, including her own demise. When she receives a mystery phone call, she refuses to attach that phone call, with the heavy breather, to the murders. Joshua Kincaid, who dearly wants her to see him as a potential mate in her life, continues to pursue her in his life, with hope in his heart. Kelly becomes emotionally involved in the latest murder of a young mother who had two small children. Kelly relies on Corduroy, a colleague, who attempts to help her deal with the woman's murder. The woman was executed by her husband. Unbeknownst to Kelly, a young woman is being tortured in a basement by a crazed serial killer. The young woman is the second victim on the deranged murderer's list of ten. Seven more murders to go before the serial killer can cross out Kelly Anne Moore's name...
The Woman Detective by Kathleen Gregory Klein Book Resume:
Kathleen Gregory Klein traces female paid, professional private investigators in British, Canadian, and American novels, revealing that the detective novel is both a reflection of and potential barrier to social change for women. This edition adds sixty new female private eyes to the roster and includes an afterword that assesses the current state of the genre's new and old novels. A comprehensive bibliography and a character list update the field through mid-1994.
A Companion to Crime Fiction by Charles J. Rzepka,Lee Horsley Book Resume:
A Companion to Crime Fiction presents the definitive guide to this popular genre from its origins in the eighteenth century to the present day A collection of forty-seven newly commissioned essays from a team of leading scholars across the globe make this Companion the definitive guide to crime fiction Follows the development of the genre from its origins in the eighteenth century through to its phenomenal present day popularity Features full-length critical essays on the most significant authors and film-makers, from Arthur Conan Doyle and Dashiell Hammett to Alfred Hitchcock and Martin Scorsese exploring the ways in which they have shaped and influenced the field Includes extensive references to the most up-to-date scholarship, and a comprehensive bibliography
Myth and Ritual in WomenÕs Detective Fiction by Christine A. Jackson Book Resume:
The relationship between traditional myths, fairytales and current fiction novels featuring women as crime-solvers is examined in this critical study. Using theories from Joseph Campbell, C.G. Jung and others, the author asserts that plots and imagery in these novels conform to quest narratives outlined in classical myths and traditional fairytales. Narcissus, Medusa, Orpheus and Orestes are a few of the figures emerging in today’s mystery fiction. Among the mystery authors discussed are Patricia Cornwell, Amanda Cross, Sue Grafton, P.D. James, Sara Paretsky and Julie Smith. After establishing the anatomy of a mystery, the text discusses many myths, rituals and rites associated with mysteries, including myths of identity, religion and rites of initiation.