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Women on the case
|Statement||edited by Sara Paretsky|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 447 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||447|
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Women on the Case is if anything, even better. Paretsky has mixed older writers—Ruth Rendell, Dorothy Salisbury Davis—with newer ones like Nevada Barr and Frances Fyfield. Paretsky also includes some excellent works from little. With the notable exception of Sue Grafton, virtually all the big names in the field are represented--Nancy Pickard, Liza Cody, Ruth Rendell, Elizabeth George, Linda Barnes, Susan Dunlap, Marcia Muller, Lia Matera--but none of the entries outclasses the editor's own deft tale of a murdered mystery writer who seems like a cross between Camille Paglia and Sara Paretsky.
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