Howard
  • Published:
    Jun-2000
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ANDREW GREELEY introduces a monk of the Middle Ages who investigates corruption in the Vatican to crack "The Case of the Murdered Pope"... Sir John Fielding, a blind eighteenth-century magistrate, confronts crime at a stuffy dinner party in BRUCE ALEXANDER's "The Episode of the Water Closet"... The hot sun of turn-ofthe-century India beats down on a novice constable's first murder case in H.R.F. KEATING's "Howard"... In SHARYN MCCRUMB's "Lark in the Morning," a hermit reaches beyond the seclusion of her cell to bring a murderer to justice ... PETER LOVESEY's tale takes place in Victorian London, where a woman is trapped in her own home with "Dr. Death"... MIRIAM GRACE MONFREDO's "A Single Spy" tells the story of a Vietnam war widow's discovery of a Civil War mystery in her own back yard ... And in MARGARET COEL's "Murder on the Denver Express," the "unsinkable" Molly Brown tries her hand at sleuthing.

WITH STORIES BY:
Bruce Alexander Jan Burke and Paul Sledzik Margaret Coel Michael Coney Elizabeth Foxwell Laura Frankos Andrew Greeley Maureen Jennings H.R.F. Keating Eileen Kernaghan Peter Lovesey Sharyn McCrumb Miriam Grace Monfredo Peter Robinson William Sanders Steven Saylor Leonard Tourney Harry Turtledove
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