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Lambda Literary Award for Best Lesbian MysteryNominated 1996 Golden Earphones Award Audio World Best Unabridged BookWinner 1996 Golden Earphones Award Audio World Best Reader of an unabridged work Carol Jordan Stewart for her reading of Hallowed Murde. Hallowed Murder is book one in the Jane Lawless series by Ellen Hart Winter was sitting in Minnesota when a Kappa Alpha Sigma sorority member Allison Lord found dead Jane Lawl

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The police call Allison Lord's drowning a suicide but her housemates at her University of Minnesota sorority insist it was murder That's when alumnae advisor Jane Lawless steps in to find out the truth Assisted by her irrepressible sidekick Cordelia Ja. Hallowed Murder the debut novel in Ellen Hart s Jane Lawless series makes for an enjoyable read as a cozy mystery however this novel also serves as a time capsule of sorts

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Ne searches for clues and what she finds is as chilling as the Minnesota winter At a lonely vacation lodge amidst the icy snow drifts she risks her life to ensnare a cunning killerNominated 1990 Minnesota Book Award for Best Crime FictionNominated 1989. The first in this long running series that came out in 89 With amatuer sleuth Jane Lawless searching for clues in the death of a soroity student where she is an alumnae advis


10 thoughts on “Hallowed Murder

  1. says:

    This was an interesting read Yet the resolution of the mystery was somewhat boringJane and her friend Cordelia are a great pair emphasizing that Cordelia brings humor and lightness to the plot with her mannerismsThe alter

  2. says:

    Hallowed Murder the debut novel in Ellen Hart’s Jane Lawless series makes for an enjoyable read as a cozy mystery; however this novel also serves as a time capsule of sorts With marriage euality the law of the land even in Alabama well in early 2015 nearly so anyway we forget how often people — even people you’d expect to know better — openly expressed blatant homophobia in the late 1980s So children gather round and please let m

  3. says:

    It is hard not to make comparisons between this book and Val McDermid’s Report for Murder Both are the author’s first published novels both take place in the women’s section of a college both protagonists

  4. says:

    Just like old timesI didn't know what to expect when I started this book I love mystery storylines they always move fast and you have a little blood This is definitely Opposite of that It remind me of the old PI tv shows The storyline moved along slowwhich made it hard for you not to miss anything The characters were gre

  5. says:

    I like reading series from the beginning so that I can see the progression of the character as the books unfold This was a nice easy read set in a city in which I live so places are familiar which is even fun The main character is a strong and likable woman who happens to be a lesbian She has interesting friends and community folk The writing is good and the mystery is believable and had me guessing all the way through

  6. says:

    The first in this long running series that came out in '89 With amatuer sleuth Jane Lawless searching for clues in the death of a soroity student where she is an alumnae advisor When word get's out that the student was a lesbianhomophobia and sexual politics ariseA finalist for a LAMBDA award this debut is a nice entry into this cozy mystery series 35 stars

  7. says:

    Hallowed Murder is book one in the Jane Lawless series by Ellen Hart Winter was sitting in Minnesota when a Kappa Alpha Sigma sorority member Allison Lord found dead Jane Lawless and her friend Cordelia Thorn became caught up into the death of Allison Lord The readers of Hallowed Murder will continue to follow Jane Lawless and Cordelia Thorn to find out who killed Allison Lord Hallowed Murder is the first book

  8. says:

    I wanted to like it than I did it was well written but rather formulaic I had trouble seeing Jane and Cordelia as 30 somethings and not much older women Perhaps also a bit dated but I did like it I don't think I'll read of the series though

  9. says:

    35 stars rounded up I shall continue with this 26 book mystery series in the belief that it will improve

  10. says:

    At some point on the basis of one book yeah I know not exactly a representative sample I wrote that Jane Lawless wasn’t exactly my cuppa te

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