February 24, 2023

The Last Three of the Ten


We are down to our last three "Female Sleuths" of the ten. There are so many great "Female Sleuths" that have been created and published in books, but we feel like we have brought you some great "Female Sleuths" and the authors that created them. Be sure and let us know if you read any of these great series and which one if your favorite.

Deanna Raybourn novels have been nominated for numerous awards including the Edgar, two RT Reviewers’ Choice awards, the Agatha, two Dilys Winns, and a Last Laugh. She is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling novelist.  Veronica Speedwell is one of the "Female Sleuths" she has created.

J.D. ROBB is the pseudonym for #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts. She is the author of over 200 novels, including the futuristic suspense In Death series. There are more than 500 million copies of her books in print. She is the creator of Eve Dallas, "Female Sleuth"

Gigi Pandian writes the Secret Staircase mysteries, Accidental Alchemist mysteries, and Jaya Jones Treasure Hunt mysteries. Her debut novel was awarded a Malice Domestic Grant, she's been short-listed for the Edgar Award, and her mysteries have won Anthony, Agatha, Lefty, and Derringer awards.

These are just a few books in the Deanna Raybourn Veronica Speedwell Mystery series who is an intrepid adventuress, butterfly-hunter, and amateur sleuth. If you like the Victorian Era, you will find Veronica Speedwell series exciting.

Eve Dallas, a New York City police detective is the "Female Sleuth" in this In Death series and features her tycoon husband, Roarke. J. D. Robb has created a very indepth back story which is intriguing to say the least.

Jaya Jones, the "Female Sleuth of Gigi Pandian's Jaya Jones Treasure Hunt Mysteries is part cozy with the other part an action-adventure. Mystery, humor and perhaps a touch of Indiana Jones.

We hope you have enjoyed this week looking into some of the best "Female Sleuths" and the authors who created them.

We hope you found some you would like to read and perhaps some you've read but would like to reread.

Let us know what your favorites are!

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