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A disparate assortment of characters witnesses a traffic accident leading to "road rage" during Edinburgh's summer arts festival. One is Jackson Brodie, the private eye from Case Histories. This is more a comic novel than a genuine mystery, enhanced by Atkinson's insight into her characters' motivations and social environs. ~ Reviewed by Louise Jones
We’ve all heard of Billy Jean King and Lindsey Vonn. But Fanny Bullock Workman and Kinue Hitomi? Read their personal stories in this book of trail-blazing women athletes (Hitomi won Olympic Gold in 1928, Workman climbed the Himalayas in 1906 in a skirt!). With rarely-seen photographs. ~ Reviewed by Louise Jones
Based on the letterpress poster series of the same name, this is a splendid, colorful, not-putdownable feminist history of 27 women who made a difference – Sappho to Annie Oakley to Marie Curie to Shirley Chisholm. With inspirational stories and amazing art. ~ Reviewed by Louise Jones
Eloquent, provocative, thoughtful – a diverse group of exceptional women, from potters and chefs to business owners and musicians, relate insights into their creativity and successes. A great gift for women of all ages. With stunning photographs. ~ Reviewed by Louise Jones
Hooray! Harry Bosch is back – investigating two complex but disparate cases. Retired from the LAPD, Harry’s a private detective, hired by a reclusive millionaire to find a possible heir; he’s also a volunteer investigator at a small, underfunded police department, tracking a terrifying serial rapist. One of Connelly’s very best. ~ Reviewed by Louise Jones