Books tagged: Crime & Mystery: Women Sleuths

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April on Paris Street

By Anna Dowdall

Most Anticipated Fall Fiction from 49th Shelf

Your basic damsel-in-distress gig sounds perfect to private investigator Ashley Smeeton, who’s got her own personal and professional struggles in Montreal. Against the backdrop of the winter Carnaval, the job first takes her to ... Read more

Dead Politician Society

By Robin Spano

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The mayor falls down dead in the middle of a speech, and a university secret society promptly claims credit for the murder.

Clare Vengel is given her first undercover assignment: to pose as a student and penetrate the society. She’s a mechanic in her spare time, and thinks ... Read more

Death Plays Poker

By Robin Spano

"World class poker players are being strangled in their hotel rooms, and undercover cop Clare is given her second big assignment: to pose as a poker player in a major televised tournament, befriend the suspects, and find the killer in their midst. "--P. [4] of jacket.

Death’s Last Run

By Robin Spano

 

A young snowboarder is found dead on the Blackcomb Glacier, and Whistler police want to close the case as suicide. The victim’s mother, a U. S. senator, says her daughter would not, and did not, kill herself. At her request, the FBI sends in an undercover agent — Clare ... Read more

Deceptions

By Anna Porter

 

A savvy art world thriller with a strong, independent heroine and the follow-up to The Appraisal, finalist for the 2018 Staunch Prize.

Former Budapest cop Attila Feher would really like to see art expert Helena Marsh again, so he arranges a contract for her to determine whether ... Read more

Eye of the Beholder

By Janice MacDonald

Randy and Steve have finally tied the knot. With the snow blowing and temperatures dipping well below zero they are looking for an escape from the frigid Edmonton winter. Like so many others, they head south to Puerto Vallarta, along with a crush of University of Alberta students, ... Read more

Flush

By Sky Curtis

Finalist for the 2018 Arthur Eliis Award for Best First Crime Novel

Robin MacFarland is a somewhat eccentric and highly intelligent journalist for the Home and Garden section of a Toronto paper, who at age fifty-five looks aghast in the mirror and pronounces herself, "Old. Fat. ... Read more

Hoot to Kill

By Karen Dudley

Most biologists believe the worst thing about field biology is watching everything else have sex except you. Robyn Devara is no exception. In the remote logging town of Marten Valley, Robyn knows she's not likely to win popularity contests, much less get any dates. After all, ... Read more