Statement of responsibility: Lucy Sussex
ISBN: 0230289401, 9780230289406
Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-205) and index.
xii, 216 p. : ill.
Crime files series
Gender studies, gender groups; Literary studies: c 1800 to c 1900; Fiction & related items; English fiction 19th century History and criticism.; Ireland; United Kingdom, Great Britain; Literature; Fiction: general & literary; Detective and mystery stories, American History and criticism.; American fiction Women authors History and criticism.; Literature: history & criticism; Detective and mystery stories, English History and criticism.; Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers; English; American fiction 19th century History and criticism.; English fiction Women authors History and criticism.
Women writers and detectives in 19th-century crime fiction
Electronic reproduction. Askews and Holts. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Crime files series.
Also available in printed form ISBN 9780230272293
- List of Illustrations Foreword by Val McDermid Acknowledgements Introduction: Look for the Women 'Origins are Multifarious and Unclean!': the Beginnings of Crime Fiction Mrs Radcliffe as Conan Doyle? 'A Most Preposterous Organ of Wonder': Catherine Crowe 'I'm a Thief-taker, Young Lady' Getting Away with Murder: Mary Braddon 'Dead! And
Never Called Me Mother': Ellen (Mrs Henry) Wood The (Feminine) Eye of the Law: Mary Helena Fortune A Jill-of-all-Writing-Trades: Metta Victoria Fuller Victor ('Seeley Regester') The Art of Murder: Anna Katharine Green Conclusion: 'She Has Got a Murderess in Manuscript in her Bedroom' A Timeline of Early True Crime and its Fiction Bibliography