Read Kristen Lepionka's quick-hits list of the top depictions of queer identities in crime fiction, and then make sure to sign in and comment below for a chance to win a copy of her upcoming debut novel, The Last Place You Look! The Quiltbag Detective sounds like a great title for a cozy series, right? A number of these are out of print at the moment, so polish up your library card or your magnifying glass for a used bookstore treasure hunt. The first openly gay mainstream character is widely considered to be Dave Brandstetter, first appearing in Fadeout Dave is an insurance investigator, not a PI, but he has the droll Southern California attitude of Phillip Marlowe but with an extra dose of empathy.
Lesbian Detective Fiction: Woman as Author, Subject and Reader
The Art of the Lesbian Mystery Novel
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The Gay Detective Novel
Last issue we focused on the gay detective novel and how cultural issues of the day get drawn into plots and themes in crime fiction. Many of the same phenomena are apparent in lesbian detective novels, but there are some differences between gay and lesbian works. With the publication of The Leavenworth Case in , Anna Katherine Green became the first woman to write a detective novel and to create a female detective Amelia Butterworth. Green was a religious, Victorian-style woman who adamantly opposed suffrage, but her father had been a trial lawyer, and all her life she'd been in the company of men in law enforcement, which gave her inside information about forensics, crime, and punishment.
T he Kate Delafield Mystery Series. Katherine is the author of the most popular lesbian novel of all time! The intimacy of a cabin at Lake Tahoe provides the combustible setting that brings Diana Holland and Lane Christianson together in this passionate novel of first discovery.