A Flush of Shadows: Five Short Novels Featuring Constance Leidl and Charlie Meiklejohn

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St. Martin's Press, 1995 - Fiction - 336 pages
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"Over the years, Constance Leidl and Charlie Meiklejohn have investigated a wide variety of murder and arson cases." "This collection assembles for the first time the shorter cases of the detecting duo, including: "With Thimbles, with Forks, and Hope," their first case ever; the harrowing account of an arsonist out for revenge, "Torch Song," which has never been published before; and "All for One," also published first in this volume - a bittersweet tale of murderous family relations." "Together with "Sister Alice" and "The Gorgon Field," these stories comprise a full house of fantastic fiction."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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One of the finest writers ever to grace the fields of science-fiction and mysteries, Kate Wilhelm superbly combines the two genres in five long stories, among them the outstanding 'The Gorgon Field.' For a full review, see here on Suite101 Read full review

Review: A Flush of Shadows: Five Short Novels Featuring Constance Leidl & Charlie Meiklejohn (Constance and Charlie Series)

User Review  - Goodreads

One of the finest writers ever to grace the fields of science-fiction and mysteries, Kate Wilhelm superbly combines the two genres in five long stories, among them the outstanding 'The Gorgon Field.' For a full review, see here on Suite101 Read full review

About the author (1995)

Author Kate Wilhelm was born in Toledo, Ohio on June 8, 1928. Since publishing her first novel in 1963, she has written over thirty books in many genres including science fiction, mystery, and fantasy. She and her husband, Damon Knight, taught many authors and helped establish the Clarion Writer's Workshop and the Milford Writer's Conference. She currently lives in Eugene, Oregon.

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