Here’s to Woman P.I.s
It’s not that I don’t love the guy P.I.’s — Spencer, Marlowe, etc. — but mystery novels with a woman private eye are about as common as root canals for chickens. Here’s a gathering place for those who like to read them and those who like to write them. With luck it may encourage authors to write a few more.
Check out the Lists for authors you’ve missed. Use the Suggest page for ones I’ve missed. Meanwhile put your feet on the desk and raise a glass to the few…the proud…the woman private eyes.
M. Ruth Myers writes the Maggie Sullivan mysteries featuring a woman P.I. in the 1930s/40s.
Posted on May 14, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged female P.I. novels, M. Ruth Myers, Maggie Sullivan mysteries, QmBXqR4C3Zv9Rb2kSt8jC9e8QUU, woman detective novels, woman P.I., woman P.I. novels, woman private eye novels, woman private investigator, woman sleuth. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.