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Amateur Sleuths
 
Carol Diemer - 11:18am Jan 29, 1999 PST
My three special angels.....

Thanks Fran, it works. This is a broad category, I know, and if someone has a better name for it, I'm all ears. By this I mean a homemaker like Jane Jeffries, a caterer like Goldy Schultz, inn keepers like Claudia Bishop's Sarah and Meg Quilliam. I could go on and on, but reading about sleuths like these let me escape into their worlds. If they can solve a crime, then so can I.

I love putting what I've learned from reading mysteries to work and see if I can figure out whodunit before the end.

I have often said if Jessica Fletcher was in LA, OJ wouldn't have stood a chance.

Thanks, Carol D.


diane brown - 06:10pm Mar 26, 1999 PST(#1 of 5)

help me... please. where can i find a complete listing of jessica fletcher books. barnes and noble & amazon do not have a 'complete' listing. i would like to read them in order....thanks in advance


P Marlowe - 11:21am Jul 18, 1999 PST(#2 of 5)
Glenview 7537 - Hollywood

I'd say if Barnes & Noble or Amazon don't have 'em, then you're out of luck, cuz they've got 'em all.


Sandra Woodman - 07:10pm Nov 6, 2000 PST(#3 of 5)

Try this for title listings...it's one of the best ones I've found. She lists both mystery writers and romance writers. However,on some rare occastions her lists aren't complete. She also indicates which authors have new books coming out in that given year. www.myunicorn.com/biblios.html


robyn clark - 05:50pm Jul 11, 2001 PST(#4 of 5)

I like overweight women charaters/and culinary mysteries best.If you know of any to write me mrs.piggy7@juno.com


B. Spencer - 01:00am Mar 30, 2004 PST(#5 of 5)

Hi Everyone! Just finished a brilliant first book in an all-new girl amateur sleuth series: Veronica Chase Diaries. It was suspenseful and definitely a page- turner! Very refreshing to see the genre is still alive in 2004. Can't wait for the 2nd book in the series! I definitely reccommend this book!

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