Hunting for Hemingway

Hunting for Hemingway

Diane Gilbert Madsen

Mystery / Fiction

Hemingway expert David Barnes claims to have recovered the infamous stories and poems that Hemingway's first wife lost while on a train to Switzerland in 1922. The womanizing academic plans to auction them off for millions, but controversy rages. Are they truly the lost Hemingway works or just forgeries? Amid the speculation, Barnes is found murdered. Insurance investigator DD McGil's quest to prove the manuscripts genuine puts her on the trail of the murderer. The hunter quickly becomes the hunted when someone tries to stop her - dead.
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A Cadgers Curse

A Cadgers Curse

Diane Gilbert Madsen

Mystery / Fiction

Working over Christmas isn't all bad. For insurance investigator D. D. McGil, who lost her fiancé two years ago, a routine job offers welcome distraction. But who could guess that running employee background checks at Hi-Data, a major software company in Chicago's Silicon Valley, would lead to three dead bodies, counterfeit money, and a killer on her tail? The electrocuted corpse of a Hi-Data partner, who just happens to be her ex-brother-in-law, is only the first nasty surprise in this deadly web of corporate treachery. Is it possible that her aunt's newfound Robert Burns discovery - a literary treasure worth millions if authenticated - is somehow connected? Relying on her own tools of the trade and the preternatural fact-finding skills of her antiquarian bookseller friend, D. D. slowly pieces together a sordid case of high tech villainy, which turns out to be shockingly linked to her fiancé's mysterious death.
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The Conan Doyle Notes: The Secret of Jack The Ripper

The Conan Doyle Notes: The Secret of Jack The Ripper

Diane Gilbert Madsen

Mystery / Fiction

"The Conan Doyle Notes: The Secret of Jack the Ripper," uncovers clues as to Why the Dog Did Not Bark in the Night. Sherlock Holmes concluded that it was because the intruder was known to the dog. Madsen's new mystery questions whether the identity of one of the greatest criminals of all time, Jack the Ripper, was deduced by Conan Doyle. Conan Doyle was already famous with his popular Sherlock Holmes stories when Jack the Ripper struck London in October 1888. Why was Conan Doyle silent about this case? Find out in "The Conan Doyle Notes: The Secret of Jack the Ripper. "
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