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Name  Edith Skom

Role  Author
Books  The George Eliot Mur, The Mark Twain murders, The Charles Dickens

Edith Mary Skom (née Rosen; August 8, 1929 – February 3, 2016) was the author of three detective novels with a nineteenth-century literature theme, published between 1989 and 1998. The books feature amateur sleuth Professor Beth Austen, and take place at the fictional "Midwestern University."

Edith Skom was a Distinguished Senior Lecturer Emeritus in The Writing Program at Northwestern University.

Books

  • The Mark Twain Murders, 1989 (nominated for an Agatha, an Anthony and a Macavity Award)
  • The George Eliot Murders, 1995
  • The Charles Dickens Murders, 1998
  • References

    Edith Skom Wikipedia


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