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In the Last Analysis By Amanda Cross

In the Last Analysis by Amanda Cross

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The first mystery novel in Amanda Cross's bestselling Kate Fansler series.

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In the Last Analysis by Amanda Cross

When Janet Harrison asks her English Professor Kate Fansler to recommend a psychoanalyst, no one could have imagined that Janet's body would be discovered on his couch two months later.

Kate can't believe that her old friend Emanuel Bauer could be a murderer, even though Janet was killed in his office using a knife from his kitchen. With help from a team of close companions she sets out to discover the truth, something the police seem happy to ignore.

Could the killer be the advertising executive who had his appointment before Janet? Or the lecturer who attends the appointment afterwards? And what about the handsome doctor in the office across the hall?

Amanda Cross's tense, taut mystery In the Last Analysis will keep you enthralled and on the edge of your seat until the very last page.

'Amanda Cross delighted readers with Kate Fansler . . . the hero we'd been waiting all our lives for' - Sara Paretsky, author of the V.I. Warshawski novels.

Follow amateur sleuth Kate Fansler in this gripping murder mystery series, continuing with The James Joyce Murder and Poetic Justice.

In the Last Analysis Reviews

Having once discovered Amanda Cross you may well end up searching bookshops for more of the same * Cosmopolitan *
Amanda Cross has created a sharp and witty heroine and writes a funny, literate thriller * New Statesman *
Amanda Cross delighted readers with Kate Fansler . . . the hero we'd been waiting all our lives for -- Sara Paretsky

About Amanda Cross

Carolyn G. Heilbrun (1926-2003) attended Wellesley College, class of 1947, and later received her graduate degrees in English Literature from Columbia University, where she joined the faculty in 1960, retiring in 1992 as the Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities. She authored nine scholarly books in the fields of feminist literary criticism and autobiography. As Amanda Cross, she wrote fourteen academic mystery novels and several short stories, featuring Kate Fansler, an English professor and amateur sleuth.

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In the Last Analysis by Amanda Cross
Pan Macmillan
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