From the rib-tickling to the spine-chilling, these perplexing puzzlers and terrifying tales of suspense will keep readers turning page after page. Contributors include Sara Paretsky, Joyce Carol Oates, Susan Dunlap, Sister Carol Anne O'Marie, Dorothy Sucher, and 14 other top female mystery and suspense authors. "A literary variety show . . . high quality!"--New York Times....
|Title||:||Sisters In Crime 5|
|Number of Pages||:||278 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Sisters In Crime 5 Reviews
I prefer women's crime and mystery books to men's, as there is way less sexism (or no outright misogyny common to some hard-boiled books) and women seem to be able to write a believable male character while men have a hard time creating a woman beyond her beauty (or lack of) in the face and her T & A. Check it out--read some male crime authors and see how they describe male and female characters. Then read some female authors and see how they handle it. I joke that I'm going to write a crime/detective book and describe the men the way a lot of male authors describe women: He was six feet of hirsute sex appeal. The bulge in his pants wasn't his gun, and when he turned around, I took a moment to appreciate the way his slacks curved below the hem of his coat.You won't be reading that any time soon.
I'll be honest; I'm keeping this one for the Joyce Carol Oates story.