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by Marcia Muller

eBook The Legend of the Slain Soldiers download ISBN: 0451150503
Author: Marcia Muller
Publisher: Signet (November 3, 1987)
Language: English
ePub: 1795 kb
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense

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The Legend of the Slain Soldiers (1985). Beyond the Grave (1986) (co-written with Bill Pronzini). Chapter and Hearse: Suspense Stories About the World of Books (1985) (co-written with Bill Pronzini). The Wickedest Show on Earth: A Carnival of Circus Suspense (1985) (co-written with Bill Pronzini). Lady on the Case: 21 Stories and 1 Complete Novel Starring the World's Great Female Sleuths (1988) (co-written with Bill Pronzini and Martin H. Greenberg).

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This is the second book of Marcia Muller's Elena Oliverez trilogy, continuing the . Actually, I think this trilogy gets better book by book, so I actually liked this one better than the first, but not as much as the third of the 3. But

This is the second book of Marcia Muller's Elena Oliverez trilogy, continuing the exploits of her Hispanic art museum curator. The first was: "The Tree of Death" and the third and final is "Beyond the Grave" (co-authored with Bill Pronzini who is now Muller's husband).

Ciro Sisneros seems the most harmless of men-a Chicano historian immersed in writing a book about the Great Depression and the Mexican-American agricultural workers of that era. Then why, when he dies of a fall at pool-side in Leisure Village Mobile Home Park, a senior citizens' community near Santa Barbara, does Gabriel a Oliverez insist that he has been murdered?True, Ciro had been warned by an anony¬mous caller to stop work on his book-something he had no intention of doing. Gabriela wants her daughter, Elena, to put aside the urgent demands of her job as curator of the.

Ferreting out the facts will take Sharon from the chaotic jumble of the junk dealer's establishment to a museum where San Francisco's most elegant socialites gather.

The book that launched the massively popular series! It's Sharon McCone's first case as staff investigator for All Souls Legal Cooperative. She knows nothing about antiques, yet she has an affection for Salem Street with its charming mix of antique and curio shops. Ferreting out the facts will take Sharon from the chaotic jumble of the junk dealer's establishment to a museum where San Francisco's most elegant socialites gather. Marcia Muller is the author of more than thirty-five novels including twenty-five featuring PI Sharon McCone.

Other books by Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini Beyond the Grave Duo Double Joanna Stark Mysteries by Marcia Muller The Cavalier in White There Hangs the Knife. The Legend of the Slain Soldiers. Books by Bill Pronzini. Nameless Detective Novels: The Snatch. She received the 1991 Edgar Award for Best Novel for her sixth book, New Orleans Mourning (1990). BiographySmith worked as a journalist for sixtee. Beyond the Grave (1986) (co-written with her husband Bill Pronzini).

On the eve of Saint Barbara's Fiesta of the Slain Soldiers, a revered local historian is murdered, and Elena Oliverez, curator of the Museum of Mexican Arts, investigates the crime
Comments: (4)
interactive man
I really enjoyed the second book in the Elena Oliverez series. Ms. Muller is an excellent writer. I am currently reading the third book in this trilogy—Beyond the Grave which incorporates Ms. Oliverez and John Quincannon and Sabina Carpenter—characters from the Carpenter and Quincannon Mystery Series.

The Legend of the Slain Soldiers had everything to make it great—murder, history and romance!

Read the whole book—it will be well worth the time!
Best West
I really like this series and would like to read more set in Santa Barbara. Other than the main character, the people seem sort of one sided. I would like to see more interaction.
Cordaron
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Marirne
This is the second book of Marcia Muller's Elena Oliverez trilogy, continuing the exploits of her Hispanic art museum curator. The first was: "The Tree of Death" and the third and final is "Beyond the Grave" (co-authored with Bill Pronzini who is now Muller's husband). Actually, I think this trilogy gets better book by book, so I actually liked this one better than the first, but not as much as the third of the 3. But, it's interesting to see Muller write of protagonists other than Sharon McCone--demonstrates her breadth of talent. She also authored the Joanna Stark trilogy about an art security expert. The Elena Oliverez series is heavily into the world of Hispanic art but is highly dosed with the personalities of its highly divergent characters--highlighting human foibles. It is not a continuing saga like the Stark trilogy, but is connected in time and in the characters involved. Interestingly, Muller gives Elena a cameo appearance in her latest Sharon McCone adventure: "The Dangerous Hour." I find Elena to be a very appealing character and admire Muller for delving into a somewhat different world for this trilogy. I liked this book very much, and it's worth reading the entire trilogy. Enjoy!