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Sandra Scoppettone

Sandra Scoppettone

·3.77·3,256 Ratings
“ You have survived, EVERY SINGLE bad day so far. ” ― Anonymous
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  • Too Darn Hot

    2007·
    ·3.56·129 Ratings
    I’d had two murders since last spring, solved them both. The first one was prime and it got a lotta attention in the fish wrappers, so I had a bunch of clients for awhile. Just cause people saw my name in the paper they figured I was the best (which I m
  • This Dame for Hire

    2006·
    ·3.42·240 Ratings
    Faye Quick, 26, 5'4", from Greenwich Village, the secretary takes over a Manhattan NY detective agency when boss Woody Mason enlists in 1943. She stumbles over a body, Claudette West NYU student, whose rich Park Avenue father suspects rejected working-cla
  • Gonna Take a Homicidal Journey (Lauren Laurano, #5)

    1999·
    ·3.75·144 Ratings
    In her fifth--and final--appearance, lesbian gumshoe Lauren Laurano investigates a suspicious suicide and encounters murderous opposition. From the author of "Let's Face the Music and Die" and "My Sweet Untraceable You." Features an exclusive interview wi
  • Let's Face the Music and Die (Lauren Laurano, #4)

    1997·
    ·3.91·170 Ratings
    Witty, hip, pretty, and gay, Lauren Laurano isn't your typical private detective. She shares an apartment with Kip, her longtime lover, in New York's Greenwich Village, where they are surrounded by a close-knit group of friends. But Lauren and Kip's relat
  • Everything You Have Is Mine (Lauren Laurano, #1)

    1992·
    ·3.79·405 Ratings
    Lauren Laurano, lesbian PI in New York City, gets obsessed by her cases. Lovely, shy Lake Huron refuses to talk about her rape, then is killed. As Lauren moves closer to the truth, her own life is endangered and she discovers a family's past can't always
  • My Sweet Untraceable You (Lauren Laurano, #3)

    1995·
    ·3.71·178 Ratings
    America's favorite lesbian detective returns - and uses her New York City savvy to crack an old small-town murder mystery that's still affecting lives thirty years later. Hip, computer literate, and chocoholic, Lauren Laurano breaks the P.I. stereotype. A
  • The Late Great Me

    1984·
    ·4.02·192 Ratings
    High schooler Geri Peters recounts her descent into alcoholism.
  • I'll Be Leaving You Always (Lauren Laurano, #2)

    1994·
    ·3.8·214 Ratings
    The murder of Lauren's friend, Megan, in her jewelry store, sends the amateur sleuth on a personal search for the killer and forces her to come to terms with the death of the first person to accept Lauren's homosexuality.
  • Trying Hard to Hear You

    2000·
    ·4.02·90 Ratings
    A close-knit summer theater group discovers that two of its members are gay. By the end of summer, the narrator writes, "two of us were going to suffer like we never had before."
  • Happy Endings Are All Alike

    1978·
    ·3.53·184 Ratings
    In 1978 Sandra Scoppettone, who would soon become a well-known mystery writer, published the story of Peggy and Jaret, two high school girls madly in love but find themselves the target of a violent plot to punish them for who they are. Part mystery thril
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