One Murder at a Time: The Casebook of Lindsey and Plum

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Wildside Press, LLC, 2001 - Fiction - 196 pages
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Insurance investigator Hobart Lindsey and Homicide Detective Marvia Plum have been winning applause and building a loyal readership since their debut in The Comic-Book Killer (1988). Sometimes rivals, sometimes partners, sometimes lovers, Lindsey and Plum are a study in contrasts. He's white, gentle, and unassuming. She's black, tough, and street-smart. Their adventures have filled seven novels with an eighth on its way. Now they return in One Murder at a Time: the Casebook of Lindsey

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About the author (2001)

Richard A. Lupoff tells you all about the two SF authors in his introduction.

Frankie Bailey is a professor of criminal justice at SUNY at Albany. She has published numerous books with Overmountain Press, including several books in the Lizzie Stuart Mystery Series and Silver Dagger Mysteries Series. Her research interests are geared towards criminal justice and how it relates to American sociology, particularly race/ethnicity, class and gender.

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