Crime-writer Jessica Mann was born in London, England in 1937. She studied archaeology at Cambridge University and Law at Leicester University.
Crime-writer Jessica Mann was born in London, England in 1937. She is the author of a non-fiction book, Deadlier Than the Male: An Investigation into Feminine Crime Writing, about female crime writers from Agatha Christie and Dorothy L Sayers to Ngaio Marsh.
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See all books authored by Jessica Mann, including A Private Inquiry, and Funeral Sites, and more on. .
See all books authored by Jessica Mann, including A Private Inquiry, and Funeral Sites, and more on ThriftBooks.
I'm Richie Dagger I can stomp and swagger I can take on all your heroes I'm Richie Dagger I'm young and i'm haggard The boy that nobody owns. He sits in his corner like a child despised A crazy sort of cast comes over his eyes- That's Richie Dagger's crime. He's that sort of boy that was never much loved His idea of fun was society's grudge- That's Richie Dagger's crime.
Black Dagger Crime Publisher - 105 works, 29 ebooks. Publishing History This is a chart to show the when this publisher published books.
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Jessica Mann (13 September 1937 – 10 July 2018) was a British writer. As a novelist she specialised in the mystery and suspense genres, and from 1971, 22 crime novels by her were published.
This is a clever, classic British crime read from the Golden Age, engaging from the first page. Not a cozy though, just a bit more edged than that. My only caveat is with the Kindle book formatting; as so often with ebooks there are some spelling and punctuation errors that would have been easily caught by a good proof read.
Her book, Funeral Sites (1981), is the first in a series of six novels featuring archaeologist Tamara Hoyland, which . Jessica Mann lives with her husband, an archaeologist, in Cornwall.
Her book, Funeral Sites (1981), is the first in a series of six novels featuring archaeologist Tamara Hoyland, which also includes Death Beyond The Nile (1988) and Faith, Hope and Homicide. Her other novels include: A Private Enquiry (1996), shortlisted for the Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award; Under a Dark Sun (2000); The Voice from the Grave (2002); and The Mystery Writer (2006). She wrote a joint publication with him: Godrevy Light (2009), which tells the story of Godrevy Lighthouse in St Ives Bay. Her latest book is Dead Woman Walking (2013). Critical perspective.