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Paula Gosling


USA flag (b.1939)

aka Ainslie Skinner

Paula Gosling, an American by birth, has lived in the UK since the 1960s. She started her writing career as a copy-writer and published her first novel, A RUNNING DUCK, in 1974. This won the John Creasey Award for the best first novel of the year and she has since garnered both the Silver and Gold Daggers. She is a past Chairman of the CWA.
 

Genres: Mystery, Romance
 
Series
Jack Stryker
   1. Monkey Puzzle (1985)
   2. Backlash (1989)
   3. Ricochet (2002)
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Luke Abbott
   1. The Wychford Murders (1986)
   2. Death Penalties (1991)
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Blackwater Bay
   1. The Body in Blackwater Bay (1992)
   2. A Few Dying Words (1993)
   3. The Dead of Winter (1995)
   4. Death and Shadows (1999)
   5. Underneath Every Stone (2000)
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Novels
   A Running Duck (1974)
     aka Fair Game / Cobra
   The Zero Trap (1979)
   Mind's Eye (1980) (as by Ainslie Skinner)
     aka The Harrowing
   Loser's Blues (1980)
     aka Solo Blues
   The Woman in Red (1983)
   Hoodwink (1988)
   Tears of the Dragon (2004)
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Paula Gosling recommends
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Hot Potato (2003)
(Fizz and Buchanan, book 7)
Joyce Holms
"The Fizz and Buchanan novels sizzle with fun and story-telling skill. A new star has been born into the mystery world."

Anthologies containing stories by Paula Gosling
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Vintage Crime (2020)
(Crime Writer's Association Anthology)
edited by
Martin Edwards
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Murders for the Fireside (1992)
The best of Winter's crimes
edited by
Maxim Jakubowski

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