David M. Hamlin is the author of Winter in Chicago and Winter Gets Hot, mystery novels which focus on crimes involving violations of civil liberties in the context of the feminist struggles of the 1970s.
There’s no mystery about the popularity of mysteries. We all love to search for clues and figure out whodunit and, with luck, figure out whodunit before the author tells us. But just beneath the mysterious surface, there’s something else which is extremely entertaining and, often, even more intriguing. Mysteries always introduce us to new, orREAD MORE
Milana Marsenich has written an evocative history of a specific time and place—Butte, Montana at the turn of the 20th Century—which also embraces critical elements of the contemporary American feminist movement. Blending the two into a narrative which at once informs and entertains the reader is no mean feat. Marsenich’s strong characters are women facingREAD MORE