Posts tagged Marcia Muller

Book Review: “The Dangerous Ladies Affair” by Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini

Published in 2016, this book is a collaboration between two authors, Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini, both Mystery Writers of America Grand Masters.  The story is set in San Francisco at the end of the 19th century (1890’s).  Bicycles were the lastest rage. Sabina Carpenter, a widow, joins forces with John Quincannon, a bachelor, to […]


“A Novelist’s Life Is Altered by Her Alter Ego” by Marcia Muller

This essay was in a collection from the New York Times called “Writers [on Writing], volume II” with an introduction by Jane Smiley.  My intention is to provide comments only on the content of the essay. The author has written a series with the same main character in 21 novels.  At the beginning, her alter […]