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Laurie R King
Laurie R. King is the award-winning and NYT bestselling author of the Mary Russell/Sherlock Holmes and Kate Martinelli series, as well as several standalones.
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Laurie R King 6h
This tangled web includes some very high comedy from , pirates, and early moviemaking, Russell finds herself, possibly at the behest of Mycroft Holmes, working for Fflyte Films and on a Mediterranean voyage (in a brigantine!). …
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Laurie R King 11h
, the new novella has been published and is available from your local bookstore or on my website
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Laurie R King 12h
The telegram in my hand read: RUSSELL NEED YOU IN DEVONSHIRE. IF FREE TAKE EARLIEST TRAIN CORYTON. IF NOT FREE COME ANYWAY. BRING COMPASS. HOLMES To say I was irritated would be an understatement.
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Laurie R King Nov 16
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Laurie R King Nov 16
Kate Martinelli is back in a new novella. The Martinelli novels have won the Edgar, Creasey, and Lambda awards, and were nominated for Edgar, Macavity, Anthony, and Orange awards.
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Laurie R King Nov 16
...my research on the next Russell & Holmes novel, I re-read the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel Tender is the Night. And frankly, I found it very hard going. Meandering plot, puzzling metaphors, characters distorted to fit into the roles he needs for them.
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Laurie R King Nov 16
Macavity award winner; a Booksense choice; chosen as a Community Read by the Bee Book Club (Sacramento, CA, 2001) and the San Juan Islands library system (2009); a People Magazine pick; Washington Reads award.
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Laurie R King Nov 15
...a mosaic of a tale, about a day where all the lives in a school intersect: the cop and the would-be gang member, the principal’s mysterious husband and his friendship with the school janitor, a girl with secrets and a kid with dreams…
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Laurie R King Nov 15
Beginnings Kate Martinelli is happily working her way through her fifties when her teenage daughter Nora happens to ask a question about Kate’s long-dead sister. Patty died at the wheel of a car, joy-riding through the night, case closed. But is it?
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Laurie R King Nov 15
To Play the Fool “Among the shrubbery sleepers in Golden Gate Park lives a man who calls himself Brother Erasmus. He carries only a staff, dresses in rags and speaks only the words of the Bible and Shakespeare..." —San Jose Mercury News
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Laurie R King Nov 15
The Marriage of Mary Russell This venture goes way back to an ebook short story, as and embark upon the riskiest adventure of their partnership - their wedding. (Now in the Mary Russell’s War collection e-book and in print.).
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Laurie R King Nov 15
Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes immerse themselves in the quirky, flamboyant, often rowdy 1920s flapper era in Venice, Italy, Europe's party city, in Available at bookstores and online . Watch the book trailer:
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Laurie R King Nov 14
The telegram in my hand read: RUSSELL NEED YOU IN DEVONSHIRE. IF FREE TAKE EARLIEST TRAIN CORYTON. IF NOT FREE COME ANYWAY. BRING COMPASS. HOLMES To say I was irritated would be an understatement.
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Laurie R King Nov 14
, the new novella has been published and is available from your local bookstore or on my website
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Laurie R King Nov 14
: “Locked Rooms brims with lively 1920s color and verve,...in the warrens of San Francisco’s Chinatown. It also gives an excellent supporting role to a gent named , part-time detective and aspiring writer.” —Seattle Times
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Laurie R King Nov 14
This tangled web includes some very high comedy from , pirates, and early moviemaking, Russell finds herself, possibly at the behest of Mycroft Holmes, working for Fflyte Films and on a Mediterranean voyage (in a brigantine!). …
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Laurie R King Nov 14
NYT bestseller features the world’s greatest detective—and her husband, -as they set off for India, jousting with maharajas and British spymasters as they search for a missing figure from an earlier age of colonial spycraft.
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Laurie R King Nov 13
Getting to Beekeeper Previously I posted a pic of the original cover for The Beekeeper’s Apprentice, thank the publishing gods it went away in favor of the one St Martins Press ended up with. Some of you were curious how that happened. Here’s the story.
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Laurie R King Nov 13
To Play the Fool “Among the shrubbery sleepers in Golden Gate Park lives a man who calls himself Brother Erasmus. He carries only a staff, dresses in rags and speaks only the words of the Bible and Shakespeare..." —San Jose Mercury News
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Laurie R King Nov 13
A MONSTROUS REGIMENT OF WOMEN: “I read Laurie R. King because I am in love with Mary Russell, a young woman of spunk and…independence.” —Boston Globe
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