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Elizabeth Gunn


(Diana Maureen)
UK flag (b.1926)

A one-time innkeeper with a taste for adventure, Elizabeth has been a private pilot, sky diver, SCUBA diver, and liveaboard sailor. Extensive travel in the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe led to a second career as a free-lance travel writer, during which she began writing a series of police procedural mysteries set in southeast Minnesota, where she grew up. Her books contrast the sometimes gritty routine of police work with the idyllic rural scenes around a mid-size city in the upper midwest. Featured characters are a hard-working police detective named Jake Hines and his girlfriend, Trudy Hanson, a forensic scientist at the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension in St. Paul.
 

Genres: Mystery, Romance
 
Series
Jake Hines
   1. Triple Play (1997)
   2. Par Four (1998)
   3. Five Card Stud (2000)
   4. Six-Pound Walleye (2001)
   5. Seventh-Inning Stretch (2002)
   6. Crazy Eights (2005)
   7. McCafferty's Nine (2007)
   8. The Ten-mile Trials (2009)
   Too Many Santas (2011)
   9. Eleven Little Piggies (2013)
   10. Noontime Follies (2015)
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Sarah Burke
   1. Close To Her (2007)
     aka Cool in Tucson
   2. At Close Range (2009)
     aka New River Blues
   3. Too Close To Kill (2010)
     aka Kissing Arizona
   4. Close to Death (2011)
     aka Magic Line
   5. Closing Ranks (2014)
     aka Red Man Down
   6. Close to Home (2016)
     aka Denny's Law
   7. Close To The Edge (2020)
     aka Sarah's List
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Novels
   Ella's Dream (1978)
   The Landscape Comes and Goes (1985)
   Burning Meredith (2018)
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Collections
   How Still We See Thee Lie (2002) (with others)
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Novellas and Short Stories
   Math (2011)
   Runaway (2011)
   The Fountain (2011)
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Elizabeth Gunn recommends
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The Streel (2020)
(Deadwood Mystery , book 1)
Mary Logue
"Mary Logue blends family lore and the history of the Irish diaspora in The Streel, a lively tale of teenage immigrants in 1880s America. Brigid finds work as a servant in St. Paul, then joins her brother and his friends in the gold fields of South Dakota, where she solves a murder and strikes it rich. Our great-grandmothers had the Right Stuff."

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