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Amy Stewart
New York Times bestselling author of Lady Cop Makes Trouble, Girl Waits with Gun, The Drunken Botanist, Wicked Bugs, Wicked Plants, Flower Confidential, The Earth Moved, and From the Ground Up
New York Times bestselling author of Lady Cop Makes Trouble, Girl Waits with Gun, The Drunken Botanist, Wicked Bugs, Wicked Plants, Flower Confidential, The Earth Moved, and From the Ground Up
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Flower Confidential makes the Washington Post in the most fabulous way possible!



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Flower Confidential's tenth anniversary? How is that possible? Join me in Seattle on July 2 for a celebration of American-grown flowers and the florists, designers, and farmers who make it happen.

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Hey, check it out! Girl Waits with Gun is Costco's Pennie's Pick for January. Costco's book buyer Pennie Clark Ianniciello, says: "A great example of early 1900s girl power...I can't help but praise Stewart not only for how she fleshes out the events in this story, but also for the way she brings to life these highly unusual sisters and the times in which they live."



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Well-behaved women seldom make history. Join three authors at the Miami Book Festival as they celebrate daring and dangerous heroines: Amy Stewart's Kopp Sisters novels are based on the forgotten true story of one of the nation’s first female deputy sheriffs, Constance Kopp. Lawrence H. Levy’s Second Street Station is a historical mystery featuring the witty and wily Mary Handley, the first woman detective in Brooklyn, as she tries to prove herself in a man’s world while solving a high profile murder. In The Rhythm of the August Rain, the latest in Gillian Royes's series featuring Shad, the loveable bartender and town sleuth of Lago Bay, Shad hunts down clues to a mysterious disappearance of a woman.

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Well behaved women seldom make history. Amy Stewart (Lady Cop Makes Trouble) and Allison Amend (Enchanted Islands) discuss writing women whose “bad” behavior in the irresistible settings of old New York and on the Galapagos Islands makes for first-rate reading -- at the Texas Book Festival. Moderated by Martha Louise Hunter.
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