Following the national success of Sisters in Crime 1 and 2, this third anthology features today's top storytellers. Included are twenty-one tales to chill the blood, tickle the fancy, and challenge the skills of criminal detection! "Outstanding!"--Publishers Weekly....
|Title||:||Sisters in Crime 3|
|Number of Pages||:||324 Pages|
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Sisters in Crime 3 Reviews
3 1/2 stars. Good collection of mystery-suspense stories by female authors. All were entertaining, but the plots of some were a little out there. Two unrelated strangers look exactly alike and change places? A colloquial phrase is so completely misunderstood that a killing ensues? A man's vicious dog terrorizes his neighbors, but not one of them calls the cops? Also, a couple of the stories made me uncomfortable by implying that murder is justified if the victim is a bad person.One story was exceptionally good: "The Man Who Loved His Wife," by Janet LaPierre. Horrifying and psychologically realistic. Makes me shudder to think of it.
This is a collection of mystery short stories by the leading female writers in the 1990's. I was not familiar with most of them. The stories were fascinating. A couple were ok, but the majority were very well written and interesting. I like to read collections of short stories to introduce myself to new authors. This volume has certainly done that!
Mystery stories written by popular authors; Braun, Kellerman, Paretsky, Biederman and so on. Edited by Marilyn Wallace. Nice collection. Good travel read.
I liked more than half of the stories and would/will read more.
Interesting compilation of crime stories written by women. I enjoyed this book and would be interested in reading others in the series.