Telling Lies: A Maggie MacGowen Mystery
Penguin Publishing Group, 1993 - 288 strán (strany)
Maggie MacGowen is smart, strong, and female--three qualities which add up to the hottest trend in mystery today: the female sleuth. When Maggie's sister Emily is found gunned down in a back alley of L.A.'s Chinatown, Maggie is driven to find the culprit. She soon discovers that the shooting is tied to events some 20 years ago, during Emily's protest days.
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Documentary filmmaker Maggie MacGowen, summoned to Los Angeles by sister Emily on the anniversary of their brother's death, finds the famous former radical (now a doctor) in the hospital close to ... Čítať celú recenziu
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