Breakdown Carmilla, Queen of the Night, is a shape-shifting raven whose fictional exploits thrill girls all over the world. A tormented young painter shows up, too, and the intricate designs she creates on the Body Artist drives one of the vets into a violent rage. Hardball, by Sara Paretsky When V. His ninety-one year-old mother has sold the family estate, but Geraldine Graham keeps a fretful eye on it from her retirement apartment across the road. When Geraldine sees lights there in the middle of the night, Darraugh sends V I out to investigate—and the detective finds a dead journalist in the ornamental pond.
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Vic decided to hide as a passenger on the Lucella because she was afraid that captain Bemis would want her on board his ship. She knew that she would be able to leave the Lucella when the ship stopped at the locks at Sault Ste Marie. After the cargo of the port had been loaded into the ship and the lucella was ready to leave, Vic climbed up the ladder to the main deck and waited until the Lucella had pulled away from the shore and was a couple of kilometers from land.
Then she went up to cabin to talk to Bledsoe. Why were you aboard the ship? What happened exactly before the explosion? Where exactly were you in the moment of the explosion? What did you see that made you suspect that something was going wrong aboard the ship? Do you remember anything suspicious in the attitude of the crew of the ship? Another fact is that detective V. Warshawsky, close relative of the above mentioned, was aboard the ship the same moment the explosion took place.
The detective pointed out she had seen one person jump out of the ship just seconds before the bomb exploded. Fortunately only a few members of the working crew of the ship died in this tragic accident.
Owner of the ship and of the organization in possession of the Lucella Wieser suspects of a possible sabotage from the direct rival of the company, which for privacy reasons has decided not to reveal the name of the possible responsible for this fatal event. Grafalk-But why would he do that? Ajax President- To stop his business from bankrupting. Grafalk-but why did he want to do that? Ajax President- his shipping company was losing a great amount of money against his competitors- their bigger cargo ships are much more profitable than his smaller ships Mrs.
Ajax President-No. Because he was already losing a dreadful lot of money Mrs. Grafalk-So how did he keep Grafalk Steamship running? Ajax President-By using money from his other businesses Mrs. Grafalk-How did you find out about all this? Ajax President-Ms. He then made thousands of dollars for himself, but Boom Boom discovered the truth, and Phillips panicked and Killed Boom Boom. He then went to Grafalk for help, who was later responsible for blowing up the Lucella, but when Vic also discovered what was going on, Phillips threatened to tell the police, and Grafalk ended killing Phillips.
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Vic decided to hide as a passenger on the Lucella because she was afraid that captain Bemis would want her on board his ship. She knew that she would be able to leave the Lucella when the ship stopped at the locks at Sault Ste Marie. After the cargo of the port had been loaded into the ship and the lucella was ready to leave, Vic climbed up the ladder to the main deck and waited until the Lucella had pulled away from the shore and was a couple of kilometers from land. Then she went up to cabin to talk to Bledsoe. Why were you aboard the ship? What happened exactly before the explosion?
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Sara Paretsky writes crime and detective novels. Most of her books have the same protagonist, a female investigator called V. Paretsky has been lauded for changing the way women in crime novels are perceived. Beyond merely writing novels, Paretsky also helped create an organization called Sisters in Crime that works to promote the image of women in the mystery genre. Since then, she has been nominated for various other Anthony awards, this along with winning one in for Best Short Story Collection.