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AZ Murder Goes...Artful Paperback – Dec 31 2001
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About the Author
Nevada Barr is the award-winning author of thirteen previous Anna Pigeon mysteries, including the New York Times bestsellers Hard Truth and High Country. She lives in New Orleans.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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This was an interesting collection of essays by writers about writing. However, I was expecting a collection of short stories, so if you are looking for mysteries, don't purchase this book. If you are interested in the authors' motivations, it is a nice read.
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A mystery bookstore in Arizona (AZ) sponsored a symposium on mysteries that had some connection to the art world--from natural history and Native American sites (Nevada Barr as author/presenter), ancient Egyptian art (Elizabeth Peters, aka Barbara Mertz, who wrote the Amelia Peabody series and non-fiction Egyptian history), and the art world (Aaron Elkins who has written a very good series about an art historian). This book is a compilation of those presentations. Some of the lectures are particularly interesting if you've read the author's books (I had). A special bonus was a bibliography of mysteries in which art played a key part. I found several authors and/or books that were new to me and will follow up by searching out those titles. A bit dated (a lecture about a vacation in the newly opened China was a snooze) but a good reference for mystery aficionados and aspiring mystery writers.
5 of 14 people found the following review helpful
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Just finished this fascinating collection of papers. Very well done and extremely readable I thought this a great find.
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