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ISBN:
1416583831
Author:
Nancy Pickard
Category:
Literary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Gallery Books (October 19, 2007)
Pages:
252 pages
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Rating:
4.2
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From witty, suspenseful, sexy mysteries featuring the charming and complex amateur sleuth, Jenny Cain.

From witty, suspenseful, sexy mysteries featuring the charming and complex amateur sleuth, Jenny Cain. In Bum Steer, a mysterious murder and a strange bequest send Jenny to the wild, wild West.

Eugenia Potter Series. Marie Lightfoot series. 1990 Agatha award winner, best novel, Bum Steer. Short story anthologies. 2 Awards and recognition. 1990 Anthony award winner, best short story, "Afraid All the Time". 1990 Macavity award winner, best short story, "Afraid All the Time". 1991 Agatha award winner, best novel, . 1991 Shamus award winner, best short story, "Dust Devil".

Pickard's sixth Jenny Cain mystery and first.

From witty, suspenseful, sexy mysteries featurin. ore. Pickard's sixth Jenny Cain mystery and firs.

Nancy Pickard is best known for her Jenny Cain mysteries. Her first novel was "Generous Death", and she began writing the culinary adventures of Mrs. Potter when the creator of the character, Virginia Rich, passed away in the mid 1980's. Rich's husband found a box of notes and newspaper clippings that were related to books that Virginia had hoped to write and they included a few first drafts of chapters. Pickard's relationship began with Rich when, as a fan, she wrote a letter to her after finishing "The Cooking School Murders.

A Jenny Cain Mystery. This book is a work of fiction. No, of course not. And anyway, I didn’t. Port Frederick Civic Foundation, I answered. Names, characters, places and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. POCKET BOOKS, a division of Simon & Schuster Inc. 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020. This is Dwight Brady. I’m calling from Kansas City, Missouri. I’m an attorney with the firm of Brady Buhl Freyer and Levinson. From witty, suspenseful, sexy mysteries featuring the charming and complex amateur sleuth, Jenny Cain.

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2. Bum Steer (Jenny Cain Mysteries, No. 6). Nancy Pickard. Published by Pocket (1991)

2. Published by Pocket (1991). ISBN 10: 0671680420 ISBN 13: 9780671680428.

Bum Steer by Pickard - Charming amateur sleuth Jenny Cain returns in Bum Steer, to solve a mysterious murder . With Lynn Lott, Pickard co-authored Seven Steps on the Writer’s Path

Bum Steer by Pickard - Charming amateur sleuth Jenny Cain returns in Bum Steer, to solve a mysterious murder that sends her on a twisting adventure in the wild . With Lynn Lott, Pickard co-authored Seven Steps on the Writer’s Path. She has been a national board member of the Mystery Writers of America, as well as the president of Sisters in Crime. She lives in Prairie Village, Kansas.

NANCY PICKARD, creator of the acclaimed Jenny Cain mystery series, won the Anthony Award for Say No to Murder, a Macavity Award for Marriage Is Murder, and two Agatha Awards for Best Novel, for Bum Steer (1990) and . She splits her time between Kansas and Florida. A Main Selection of the Mystery Guild. Jacket design by Lisa Litwack.

From witty, suspenseful, sexy mysteries featuring the charming and complex amateur sleuth, Jenny Cain. In Bum Steer, a mysterious murder and a strange bequest send Jenny to the wild, wild West.
  • Anyshoun
The story itself was good but the ending after the climax was weak. And there were WAY too many typos (like this author's other Kindle books). For example "his" was written as "mrs" as if it was dictated into a voice recognition system. It's a pity it couldn't be proofread before issuing.
  • Riavay
this was a nice easy read that kept me thinking.
colorful characters and great description of American landscape.
a typical Packard read
  • Lemana
I must admit that "A Customer" (1999) has a point. There is quite a bit of "Adult Language" in this book, but it is common place among men working on cattle ranches. Still if you don't care for that then,read some of her "Jenny Cain" mystery series which are tamer.This book has the surprise ending to end all endings. I guarantee no one sees this coming. It is a book you can't put down. It is another of her books I finished in one day. I couldn't help myself.
This and all her books are available from the library in LARGE PRINT if you need it.
  • Thorgahuginn
I loved this book. It's one of the first mysteries that got me interested in mysteries. I've read all of Nancy Pickard's books and wish she would write more often or faster. I love her style of writing!
  • Doukree
In this wonderful mystery, the author, Nancy Pickard, gives the reader a "Bum Steer" in figuring out the killer in this book. The plot is interesting and well developed. But when the reader gets to the end, the question is, "How did I miss all the clues? I was tricked! I was given a "Bum Steer."
  • Adorardana
Great book.
  • Jode
This was the final book by Nancy that I had to read, and I think that it was by far the best one! As she's getting involved in yet another situation, our murder-prone heroin struggles with some deeply personal issues. She had me intrigued to the very surprising ending! Note: The language in this book is a lot stronger than in any of her others.
Loved the Jenny Cain mystery series. I enjoyed how she evolved in the tenth book.