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Homepage : http://www.mindspring.com/~walter/ruth/ruth.html
Comment: Pseudonym of Walter Sorells

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    Books In Classes: [Mystery]
    Books In Genres: [Private Investigator] [Woman Main Character] [Vietnam or Vietnam Vet]
    Books In Database: 3

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Bibliography - Fiction Books by Ruth Birmingham

Books

Cold Trail  (©2002)
Mystery   Woman Main Character    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB


Sweet Georgia  (©2000)   320 pp.
Mystery   Private Investigator   Woman Main Character
Reviews Available by:     [Harriet Klausner]
Location: Atlanta, Georgia, USA


Fulton County Blues  (©1999)   288 pp.
Mystery   Vietnam or Vietnam Vet    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Reviews Available by:     [Harriet Klausner]
Winner 2000 Edgar Allan Poe Award (Best Paperback Original)
Nominated for 2000 Shamus Award (Best Paperback - PI novel)


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