Anne Joan Levine, Private Eye: Internal Adventure through First-Person Mystery Writer's Diary Novelsby Anne Hart
Private eyes writing diaries as mystery
The diary of a private eye as a mystery or mainstream novel is often an internal mystery adventure at the molecular level that spreads from body language gestures and eye movements to the family dinner table. It's the way a couple communications with contempt or approval that radiates peace and harmony or empty promises.
Private eyes writing diaries as mystery novels have long been at risk in the world. The issue is conjugal anarchy in this first-person diary mystery novel in the tone and texture of a mainstream piece.
Private eyes become mystery writers starting with their diaries and logs begun when reporting on official corruption and crime not in countries, but in families at the dinner table. The mystery novel, Anne Joan Levine, Private Eye, reflects internal adventure on how female sleuths as mystery writers may become political pawns at the family dinner table, when a diary of conjugal terror begins on the honeymoon.
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Anne Joan Levine, Private Eye is the best mystery novel in diary form, first person that I've read and highly recommend--a private eye who takes a sudden interest in the "you've got to be crazy to see a psychiatrist" humorous detective world of the "idiosyncratic convention scene." The funniest serious diary novel chock with a kind of humor that makes this book a page turner. This book is excellent. It's as the book says, "the upward gush of the protagonist's infancy". The psychiatrist-detective female lead character takes on an ambiance, delving into the psyche squad, athe private diary of a private eye chock with conjugal anarchy. Splendid novel that I highly recommend. A great mystery with adventure, suspense, humor, and reflection as in "men are mirrors--reflections of their wives..." To quote a line from the book I really liked, "A psychiatrist is paid to be a juggler: read between the lines and digest the details at the same time." Great book!