The Girl on the Edge of Summer

The Girl on the Edge of Summer

by J. M. Redmann

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The Girl on the Edge of Summer by J. M. Redmann

Micky Knight reluctantly takes on two cases, one for money, one for pity. The first is a trawl though archives to solve a century old murder, for an arrogant grandson who thinks riches should absolve his family of any sins. The other, to answer a mother’s anguish as she tries to understand her daughter’s suicide. Micky sees no happy ending to either case; the dusty pages of history aren’t going to give up their secrets after holding them for so long. And even if she finds answers for the mother’s questions, nothing will bring her daughter back. But as Micky discovers, the past is never past and a young girl can lead a complicated, even dangerous, life. The secrets, both past and present, are meant to remain hidden—only the first murder is hard. The rest come easy.

A Micky Knight Mystery

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781626396876
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books
Publication date: 04/18/2017
Series: Micky Knight Series
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 1,039,152
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

J.M. Redmann is the author of a mystery series featuring New Orleans private
detective Michele “Micky” Knight. Her latest book is Ill Will , which made the American Library Association GLBT Roundtable’s 2013 Over the Rainbow list. Her previous book Water Mark was also on the Over the Rainbow list and won a Fore Word Gold First Place mystery award. Two of her earlier books, The Intersection of Law & Desire and Death of a Dying Man have won Lambda Literary Awards; all but her first book have been nominated. Law & Desire was an Editor’s Choice of the San Francisco Chronicle and a recommended book on NPR’s Fresh Air. Her books have been translated into Spanish, German, Dutch, Norwegian and Hebrew. She is the co-editor with Greg Herren of three anthologies, Night Shadows: Queer Horror , eWomen of the Mean Streets: Lesbian Noir , and Men of the Mean Streets: Gay Noir. Redmann lives in an historic neighborhood in New Orleans, at the edge of the area that flooded.

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