Overview

Tootles runs a secluded retreat for artists, and is ready to go on a tour with her works of sculpture, the best known of which is titled Seven Kinds of Death. Constance, a long-time friend, attends the pre-tour party at the retreat. But Tootles’s work is vandalized and the tour postponed indefinitely. Murder of a beautiful art critic follows and Charlie and Constance become involved. Tootles’s fiancé, a property developer, his son, and his large development project a short distance from the art colony are ...
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Seven Kinds Of Death

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Overview

Tootles runs a secluded retreat for artists, and is ready to go on a tour with her works of sculpture, the best known of which is titled Seven Kinds of Death. Constance, a long-time friend, attends the pre-tour party at the retreat. But Tootles’s work is vandalized and the tour postponed indefinitely. Murder of a beautiful art critic follows and Charlie and Constance become involved. Tootles’s fiancé, a property developer, his son, and his large development project a short distance from the art colony are included in their investigation, and everything becomes much more complicated. Constance and Charlie have to use every trick they know, including a Ouija Board, to get to the truth.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014757027
  • Publisher: InfinityBox Press
  • Publication date: 6/5/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 592,377
  • File size: 788 KB

Meet the Author

Kate Wilhelm’s first story was published in 1956. Her first novel, a mystery, was published in 1963. She has recently returned to writing mysteries with her Barbara Holloway and her Constance Leidl and Charlie Meiklejohn novels. Over the span of her career, her writing has crossed over the genres of science fiction, speculative fiction, fantasy and magical realism, psychological suspense, mystery, mimetic, comic, and family sagas, a multimedia stage production, and radio plays. Her works have been adapted for stage, television, radio, and movies in the United States, England, and Germany. Wilhelm’s novels and stories have been translated to more than a dozen languages. She has contributed to Quark, Orbit, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Locus, Amazing Stories, Asimov’s Science Fiction, Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, Fantastic, Omni, Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Redbook, and Cosmopolitan.

Kate Wilhelm and her husband, Damon Knight (1922-2002), also provided invaluable assistance to numerous other writers over the years. Their teaching careers covered a span of several decades, and hundreds of students, many of whom are famous names in the field by their own rights today. They helped to establish the Clarion Writer’s Workshop and the Milford Writer’s Conference. They lectured together at universities in North America, South America and Asia. They have been the guests of honor and panelists at numerous conventions around the world. Wilhelm continues to host monthly workshops, as well as teach at other events.

Kate Wilhelm has won numerous awards in her career, including two Hugo awards, three Nebulas, and Jupiter, Locus, Spotted Owl, Prix Apollo, Kristen Lohman awards. She was one of the first to win a Solstice award, in 2009, presented by the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA) in recognition of her contributions to the field of science fiction. Kate was inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame in 2003 for her lifetime of contributions to the genre. Please visit katewilhelm.com and facebook.com/kate.wilhelm.52 for details.
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