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At the annual Historical Romance Writers of the World convention, Jacqueline Kirby, a Nebraska librarian and sometime sleuth, finds that when jealousy and passion are released from the printed page, the result can be murder.
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Elizabeth Peters (1927-2013) was a New York Times bestselling author whose novels were often set against historical backdrops. She earned a PhD in Egyptology at the University of Chicago. She also wrote bestselling books under the pseudonym Barbara Michaels.From AudioFile:
Creating the character of Hattie, irascible doyenne of the Romance writing world of the 1970s, Liza Ross uses a memorable Southern accent and realistic voice. Ross precisely enunciates every word but still doesn't achieve good character differentiation. The protagonist, librarian Jacqueline Kirby, never acquires a unique voice. Perhaps it's the perfect pronunciation, so rare in real life, that keeps some of the characters from achieving lives of their own in this competent production. D.T.H. © AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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