One Coffee With (Sigrid Harald Series #1)

One Coffee With (Sigrid Harald Series #1)

by Margaret Maron


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An award-winning mystery novelist and New York Times Bestseller, Margaret Maron uses her North Carolina background when writing the popular Judge Deborah Knott series.

But before Deborah Knott, there was Lt. Sigrid Harald, a homicide detective with the NYPD. Now, with the re-release of Maron's very first book, long out of print, new readers can finally get to know the character that started it all. In One Coffee With, we meet Sigrid for the first time when murder strikes the Art Department of Vanderlyn College. Who poisoned the deputy chairman's morning coffee? Everyone in the department had both motive and opportunity and it will take Lt. Harald's cool, level-headedness to determine who the killer is before he -or she- strikes again.

Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine has said, "Harald is no stereotypical policewoman....Getting to know her is a pleasure;" while the San Diego Union-Tribune says, "Maron combines a lighthearted style, surefooted suspense, and a captivating cast."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780984010943
Publisher: Oconee Spirit Press LLC
Publication date: 06/06/2012
Series: Sigrid Harald Series , #1
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 422,822
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

MARGARET MARON grew up on a farm near Raleigh, North Carolina, but for many years lived in Brooklyn, New York. When she returned to her North Carolina roots with her artist-husband, Joe, she bagan a series based on her own background. The first book, BOOTLEGGER'S DAUGHTER, because a Washington Post bestseller that swept the top mystery awards for its year and is among the 100 Favorite Mysteries of the Century as selected by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association. Later Deborah Knott novels UP JUMPS THE DEVIL and STORM TRACK won the Agatha award for Best Novel.

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One Coffee With 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
jo_f More than 1 year ago
REally enjoyed this book. I'm thrilled with all the older books that are being released for eBooks. I love catching up with books by my favorite authors that I missed the first time around.
diggerSD More than 1 year ago
AT LAST Been looking for this series of books for ever . Read them a long time ago but couldn't buy them for home. hope this is just the start of this wonderful series. I loved all the Margaret Maron books an have bought all of the ones i can find. Especially the Judge Knott series.This set is just as wonderful. BEsure to buy it you will want to read it several times.
MysteryWoman More than 1 year ago
Obviously, Delchino(?) did not read far enough into the book to see her emotionally dragged into a relationship with Nauman, the head of the art department at the university and acclaimed modern artist. I read the series back when had to go on rare book sites to find them. Alas, the series was too short. Recently revived, I wish for more Sigrid from Maron.
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cate-k More than 1 year ago
As an avid Margaret Maron reader ( the Deborah Knott Series) I was happy to find that an earlier series exists, the Sigrid Harald books, of which this is the first. I like mysteries, and this Is certainly that but the characters especially LT. Harald are very interesting and I look forward to developing a true friendship with her as I read each book in the series.
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John_Claude More than 1 year ago
It's wonderful to see Maron's Sigrid Harald series back in print! I love her Deborah Knott series, too, but I've always had a soft spot for Sigrid! (I'm glad Sigrid and Deborah finally meet in "Three-Day Town".) I love all the references to art throughout the entire series, but especially in "Corpus Christmas". This is an excellent, literate series!
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Delphimo More than 1 year ago
This is my first venture into the Sigrid Harold series, and I must admit that I struggled with this short book. I felt that a giant tome like Victor Hugo's Les Miserables had been placed in my hands. I actually stopped reading this book, and moved to another book which is something I do not do. Sigrid Harold stands like an ice princess with no emotions and an apartment devoid of a human touch. Margaret Maron seems to be toying with her characterization of Sigrid. What will be her definite attributes? The hint of a friendship or relationship between Ingrid's boss and Ingrid's mother peeks from the shadows. I enjoy art, but the discussion of art in principle hang too heavily in the story. I am unsure if I will read more of this series