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Sporting Club

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ISBN-10: 0553579436

ISBN-13: 9780553579437

Edition: N/A

Authors: Sinclair Browning

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One man's sport is another man's murder.... Private eye Trade Ellis, part cowgirl, part Apache, has her hands full running her Arizona ranch.  But when Victoria Carpenter, the famous romance writer, shows up with gruesome stories about repressed childhood memories, all going back over thirty years, Trade jumps at the chance to take the case. Victoria's flashbacks include her father's so-called Sporting Club and its not-so-innocent picnics, where the wives talked, the children played...and the husbands made a brutal sport of hate and death. She's convinced that her father and his hunting buddies were racist killers. But how do you investigate decades-old crimes?  Especially with no bodies,…    
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Book details

List price: $5.50
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 2/1/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 4.25" wide x 7.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.330

Sinclair Browning spent her childhood on her belly in dry arroyos hunting sand rubies, converting her propane tank into a stagecoach and exploring the Sonoran desert on her horse. Summers were spent on the family ranch in southern Arizona.One of five nominees (the only writer) for the Arizona Arts Award in 2000, Browning's mysteries have been nominated for Shamus and Barry Awards. Publishers Weekly compared her America's Best to the "heroic war fiction of John Toland and Leon Uris." A former writing instructor she has also been a judge for the Edgar, the Shamus and the St. Martin's First awards.Her work covers a broad spectrum: mysteries, thrillers, historical fiction and a a metaphysical…