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When Women Didn’t Count: The Chronic Mismeasure and Marginalization of American Women in Federal Statistics
An award-winning examination of the point where gender studies connects with statistics and politics.
Winner of the Lane/Saunders Memorial Research Award from the American Library Association.
Shanks on Crime
Thirteen tales of a mystery writer and reluctant sleuth.
“Rich in humor and human insight, including real detection along with views of a happy marriage and the joys and frustrations of the writing life.” – Jon L. Breen, Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine.
A comic crime caper, with issues.
“If Carl Hiassen and Al Gore had collaborated on Reservoir Dogs, it might have come out something like Greenfellas.” – Steve Steinbock, Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine.
Such A Killing Crime
A mystery novel set in Greenwich Village during the great folk music revival.
“In the pre-Beatles sixties folk music was, briefly, king. Lopresti paints a loving portrait of those heady days.” – SJ Rozan, author of Absent Friends.
The Red Envelope
Winner of the Black Orchid Novella Award. A mystery novella. Greenwich Village, 1958. Thomas Gray has just taken over his uncle’s coffeehouse when an artist is murdered at the door. Delgardo, an eccentric beat poet, is on the case…