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8 edition of No Word from Winifred found in the catalog.

No Word from Winifred

by Amanda Cross

  • 281 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Ballantine Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mystery & Detective - Women Sleuths,
  • Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths,
  • Mystery & Detective - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Mystery/ Detective,
  • Mystery/Suspense

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9518513M
    ISBN 100345482859
    ISBN 109780345482853

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Kate Fansler, Cross' academic sleuth helps her niece search for the missing woman working with vague clues and more information on her deceased aunt than on Winifred herself/5(4). No Word from Winifred. (A Kate Fansler Mystery #8) When Winifred, the niece of a renowned British novelist goes missing after she agreed to be interviewed for her esteemed aunt's biography, the biographer taps Kate Fansler to find her/5(33).

About No Word from Winifred When Winifred, the niece of a renowned British novelist goes missing after she agreed to be interviewed for her esteemed aunt’s biography, the biographer taps Kate Fansler to find her.

Kate spots clues all right, but finding the person is a lot trickier than she thought. Also in Kate Fansler.

In the novel `No Word from Winifred', her character Winifred Ashby does not appear to be someone found sitting around holding her breath. In fact, for the moment, Winifred can't be found at all.

Kate Fansler, Cross' academic sleuth helps her niece search for the missing woman working with vague clues and more information on her deceased aunt than on Winifred /5(2). Amanda Cross captivates us with strong women and astounding adventure in this gripping mystery, No Word From Winifred.

Literature Professor Kate Fansler is asked once again to turn her talents to private investigation when Winifred Ashby - honorary niece of Oxford scholar and novelist Charlotte Stanton - inexplicably disappears from her quiet farmhand life/5().

No word from Winifred. [Amanda Cross] -- Kate Fansler abandons her academic pursuits to investigate the disappearance of Winifred Ashby--the honorary niece of noted British novelist Charlotte Stanton--who vanishes after agreeing to.

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Preview of No Word from Winifred Summary: The overriding theme in No Word from Winifred is self-determination. Winifred's early desire to be male instead of female springs directly from her perception that men have more freedom — in dress, in education, in activity.

No Word from Winifred Paperback – Jan. 3 by Amanda Cross (Author) Book 8 of 14 in the Kate Fansler mysteries Series See all 9 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions4/5(3). NO WORD FROM WINIFRED. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Tweet.

KIRKUS REVIEW. The last two outings for Professor Kate Fansler--Death in a Tenured Position; Sweet Death, Kind Death--have been thudding disappointments: terminally arch, gracelessly polemical in their feminism, poorly paced and ineptly plotted. Click to read more about No Word from Winifred by Amanda Cross.

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No Word From Winifred (Kate Fansler, book 8) by Amanda Cross - book cover, description, publication history. Synopsis Amanda Cross captivates us with strong women and astounding adventure in this gripping mystery, No Word From Winifred.

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