The Players Come Again (Kate Fansler Series #10)

The Players Come Again (Kate Fansler Series #10)

by Amanda Cross

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Overview

"Those who relish intricate mind games, complex characters, scalpel-sharp wit and literary allusions by the peck will clasp [this] to their hearts."
THE SAN DIEGO UNION
When Kate Fansler is offered the exciting prospect of writing a biography of Gabrielle Foxx, the obscure and enigmatic wife of a great modernist author, she accepts. But what she discovers when she meets three charming women connected with the Foxx family since childhood is a veil of secrecy that hides a fantastic pattern of events, a shocking secret that fifty years have done nothing to defuse, and a strange truth that she can never reveal....

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ISBN-13: 9780345369987
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/13/1991
Series: Kate Fansler Series , #10
Edition description: REPRINT
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 4.25(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

Amanda Cross was the pseudonymous author of the bestselling Kate Fansler mysteries. As Carolyn G. Heilbrun (1926-2003), she taught English at Columbia University for more than three decades. She was the first woman to receive tenure in the English Department and was also a prolific feminist author. Dr. Heilbrun’s other books include: Writing a Woman’s Life, Hamlet’s Mother and Other Women, The Education of a Woman: The Life of Gloria Steinem, and The Last Gift of Time: Life Beyond Sixty.

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Cross, Amanda, The Players Come Again, Writing as Amanda Cross, English professor Carolyn Heilbrun introduced her female professor sleuth in 1964, endowing Kate Fansler with a gift for urbane conversation, sophisticated taste, literary expertise and a mind for murder. When Kate Fansler is offered the exciting prospect of writing a biography of Gabrielle Foxx, the obscure and enigmatic wife of a great modernist author, she accepts. But what she discovers when she meets three charming women connected with the Foxx family since childhood is a veil of secrecy that hides a fantastic pattern of events, a shocking secret that fifty years have done nothing to defuse, and a strange truth that she can never reveal. Strangely enough, there are no clues for the readers, and the idea of a murder is so much an afterthought...