Tag Archives: San Francisco

Rosemary and Rue by Seanan McGuire

Some readers like their fictional friends kept safe, never truly in harm’s way, despite immediate apparent dangers; you just know they’ll make out just fine in the end. I am not one of those readers—I like it when happy endings … Continue reading

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City of Dragons by Kelli Stanley

Miranda Corbie is a San Francisco private investigator circa 1940. She smokes. She drinks. She plays hardball. She is a female Sam Spade. City Of Dragons begins on Chinese New Year. San Francisco is hosting a “Rice Bowl Party” to … Continue reading

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The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh

The setting is San Francisco, current day.  A wayward teen never adopted has maxed out on state help and is forced out into the world.  As the story unfolds the back story of Victoria’s life is revealed, including the many … Continue reading

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The Hunt Club by John Lescroart

Any book that is a hit with our mystery book group is worthy of note, and nearly everyone gave this one a “thumbs up.” Wyatt Hunt became a San Francisco private investigator after several years in the military police and … Continue reading

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