The Penguin Book Of Victorian Women In Crime: Forgotten Cops And Private Eyes From The Time Of Sherlock Holmes by Michael Sims

The Penguin Book Of Victorian Women In Crime: Forgotten Cops And Private Eyes From The Time Of…

EditorMichael SimsIntroduction byMichael Sims

Paperback | January 25, 2011

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A wonderfully wicked new anthology from the editor of The Penguin Book of Gaslight Crime

It is the Victorian era and society is both entranced by and fearful of that suspicious character known as the New Woman. She rides those new- fangled bicycles and doesn't like to be told what to do. And, in crime fiction, such female detectives as Loveday Brooke, Dorcas Dene, and Lady Molly of Scotland Yard are out there shadowing suspects, crawling through secret passages, fingerprinting corpses, and sometimes committing a lesser crime in order to solve a murder.

In The Penguin Book of Victorian Women in Crime, Michael Sims has brought together all of the era's great crime-fighting females- plus a few choice crooks, including Four Square Jane and the Sorceress of the Strand.

About The Author

Michael Sims is the editor of The Penguin Book of Gaslight Crime, The Annotated Archy and Mehitabel, and the introducer of Arsène Lupin, Gentleman-Thief, and The Leavenworth Case, all for Penguin Classics, and the author of Apollo's Fire, Adam's Navel, and Darwin's Orchestra. He lives in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

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Title:The Penguin Book Of Victorian Women In Crime: Forgotten Cops And Private Eyes From The Time Of…Format:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 7.8 × 5 × 0.7 inPublished:January 25, 2011Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:014310621X

ISBN - 13:9780143106210

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