By Liz Brady
A motorbike-riding business writer is asked to investigate the death of a tycoon in the first of a new mystery series featuring the irreverent Jane Yeats. Meet Jane Yeats. She's a still-grieving widow who smokes and sometimes drinks too much. Jane is also an acclaimed business writer who supports herself exposing corruption among the business elite. In this first mystery, Jane is asked to investigate the murder of a highly unpopular developer. The prime suspect is his estranged gay son. The murderer could also be someone involved in organized crime. Clever, fast-paced, irreverent and brimming with insider tidbits about big business, Sudden Blow introduces an appealing new heroine, full of contradictions.
About the Author
Liz Brady was an editor for twenty years and had a Ph.D. in Virginia Woolf from the University of London. She was the author of Tintype (Fiddlehead Poetry Books), Marian Engel and Her Works (ECW Press), and a non-fiction work on women writers and alcohol. She authored the Jane Yeats mystery series for Second Story Press. Apart from the fact that they both lived in Toronto, Liz Brady refused to divulge which attributes she shared with her fictional sleuth. Liz Brady passed away in 2017.
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Release: May 26, 1998
5.25 x 8
Awards for Sudden Blow
Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel