Powers of Detection: Stories of Mystery & Fantasy (Google eBook)

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Dana Stabenow
Penguin, Oct 5, 2004 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Review: Powers of Detection: Stories of Mystery & Fantasy (Sookie Stackhouse #4.1)

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It amazes me how much of an influence an editor has over my enjoyment of the stories in an anthology. I've learned that some editors have a tendency to rush from climax to conclusion, allowing as ... Read full review

Review: Powers of Detection: Stories of Mystery & Fantasy (Sookie Stackhouse #4.1)

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A nice blend of Fantasy and Science Fiction detective short stories. Read full review

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Contents

THE CONTRIBUTORS
INTRODUCTION
Cold SpellDONNA ANDREWS
The Nightside Needless to SaySIMON R GREEN
LovelyJOHN STRALEY
The PriceANNE BISHOP
Fairy DustCHARLAINE HARRIS
The JudgementANNE PERRY
The Boy Who Chased SeagullsMICHAEL ARMSTRONG
PalimpsestLAURA ANNE GILMAN
The Death of ClickclickwhistleMIKE DOOGAN
Cairene DawnJAY CASELBERG
Justice Is a Twoedged SwordDANA STABENOW
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
COPYRIGHTS

The Sorcerers AssassinSHARON SHINN

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About the author (2004)

Dana Stabenow is the author of eleven previous Kate Shugak mysteries as well as three featuring Alaska State Trooper Liam Campbell, in addition to three science fiction novels. A graduate of the University of Alaska with a BA in journalism and an MFA, she won the Edgar Award for her first novel, ""A Cold Day for Murder,"" She writes a monthly column for ""Alaska Magazine"" and is an Explorer for ""Alaska Magazine"" Television, which airs on public television. Stabenow was born and still lives in Anchorage, Alaska.

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