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The Best of Sisters in Crime
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0425175545, Mass Market Paperback)Editor Marilyn Wallace describes the 22 stories in this superb collection--chosen from her five equally excellent annual compilations--as "the work of a diverse, unruly and talented group of writers. Difficult to classify, adventurous, energetic, the contributors include writers who are past presidents of the organization Sisters in Crime, writers who aren't members at all, writers from big cities, rural outposts and suburban enclaves, writers who fly airplanes, practice yoga, study papermaking, take teaching holidays in Poland." What all the stories have in common is that each has already won some kind of an award. You'll find instantly recognizable names such as Marcia Muller, Julie Smith, Sue Grafton, Elizabeth George, Mary Higgins Clark, Sara Paretsky, Margaret Maron, and Sharyn McCrumb.
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Twenty-two reprints of stories on crime by women. They range from Marcia Muller's All the Lonely People, in which a woman goes to work for an escort service to catch a criminal, to Joyce Carol Oates' Extenuating Circumstances, the confession of a murderess.
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