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by Barbara Wilson

eBook Sisters of the Road (Women's Press crime) download ISBN: 0704340739
Author: Barbara Wilson
Publisher: Womens Press Ltd,The (1987)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1384 kb
Fb2: 1888 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Mystery

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Sisters of the Road book. The feminist sleuth of Murder in the Collective is back  .

Sisters of the Road is the second book in the Pam Nilsen Mystery trilogy, which begins with Murder in the Collective and concludes with The Dog Collar Murders. Fiction Thriller & Crime Private Investigators Women Sleuths. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

A Pam Nilsen Mystery. They’d even formed a women’s skydiving club and pooled their money with friends to hire airplanes to drop them out of the air every other weekend

A Pam Nilsen Mystery. They’d even formed a women’s skydiving club and pooled their money with friends to hire airplanes to drop them out of the air every other weekend. Someone like me, who couldn’t even manage to get up on the low diving board without feeling my stomach sink to my toes, would not be a good substitute.

Sisters of the Road is the second book in the Pam Nilsen Mystery trilogy, which begins with Murder in. . The first series features Seattle printer and feminist Pam Nilsen as she discovers her sexuality and investigates crimes in her community. The second series showcases Cassandra Reilly, an Irish-American translator of Spanish based in London.

She was with another girl and studiously avoiding my eyes. I went up to her anyway. Her companion looked me up and down, not unfriendly, just wary. Her companion looked me up and down, not unfriendly, just wary f thirteen, in a too-large Army jacket and black beret. No, but I’d like to talk to your friend a minute. She made a helpless attempt to stare me down. She still had her cold. She waved her companion away. Thanks for telling me about Beth, I said. I’ve talked to her and she’s really been great

Sisters of the Road - Barbara Wilson. They pressed me quietly and thoroughly. I asked, Do you think this may have some connection to the Green River murders? The cop shrugged.

Sisters of the Road - Barbara Wilson.

Find nearly any book by BARBARA WILSON. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780090958801 (978-0-09-095880-1) Hardcover, Hurst & B, 1969.

The girls, age fourteen, are already coarsened by the worlds of sex, drugs, and crime. Books related to Sisters of the Road. When one turns up dead and the other, Trish, is nowhere to be found, Pam hits the streets to find her. Trish, a possible witness to murder, is in danger, but for a runaway child of the night, help is in short supply.

BARBARA WILSON is the author of several novels and a collection of short stories. Barbara Wilson is the cofounder of Seal Press in Seattle. In addition to the Pam Nilsen series, Murder in the Collective, Sisters of the Road, and The Dog Collar Murders, she has recently published Gaudi Afternoon, the first mystery to feature London-based translator Cassandra Reilly. It started gradually. Here and there on London streets new blue plaques that might have been placed there by the authorities, if the authorities had been reasonably literate, and unreasonably feminist, began to appear.

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Comments: (3)
Agalas
Interesting as it is written by a local author with mentions of local scenery.
I enjoyed her writing.
Kuve
I was very pleasantly surprised at what a great read this was. The writing was terrific, the characters were well fleshed, and it was a real page turner too. I loved the descriptions of Portland and Seattle. Highly recommended!!!!
salivan
Excellent read. I read the first Pam Nilsen mystery, MURDER IN THE COLLECTIVE, and enjoyed it. This book is better. The character Pam is more interesting, and her search for a missing girl totally believable. It is dealing with some issues that were big in the 70s, but they are still important issues. The characters are believable and engaging, and Pam's thoughts about sexuality seem a little odd nowadays, but are still thoughtful and believable in the character. I've also read Barbara Wilson's other series, and enjoyed book 3 (that takes place in Venice) the best. I hope people start reading her work again--it's worth it.