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

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Wildside Press, 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 is the author of more than thirty novels, story collections and anthologies. He lives in Oakland, California.

Gordon Van Gelder has served as Editor since 1997.

FRANKIE Y. BAILEY is a professor in the School of Criminal Justice, University at Albany (SUNY). Bailey is the author of mysteries as well as non-fiction titles that explore the intersections of crime, history, and popular culture. Bailey is a Macavity Award-winner and has been nominated for Edgar, Anthony, and Agatha awards. She is a past executive vice president of Mystery Writers of America and a past president of Sisters in Crime. Her Detective Hannah McCabe series includes "The Red Queen Dies" and "What the Fly Saw".

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