In 1947 there’s only one female P.I. in New York City and her name is Allie Fortune.

They call her the P.I. Princess. Allie Fortune is the only woman private investigator in New York City and she’s one of the best.

When there’s a knock on her office door at four in the morning, Allie’s first inclination is to ignore it. Someone out on the streets in the middle of the night is usually trouble, either causing it, or being chased by it, and Mary Gordon is no exception.

Despite the fact that someone’s following her, that her apartment has been ransacked and that she’s been shot at, Mary Gordon claims to have no idea who’s after her or what’s going on.

Allie takes her case, but something seems off. Going with what she knows best, Allie unravels the threads of Mary Gordon’s story, and in the process she discovers an international mystery that places her own life in danger.

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Comment by carole gill on August 23, 2007 at 8:51pm
Oh please, make way for one more female Private Eye! My heroine. Perhaps their offices are near one another?
Comment by Maryann Miller on August 4, 2007 at 4:20am
Nice beginning. I immediately like Miss Allie. Can't wait for more of the story. Is the book finished? Published? Looking for a home?
Comment by JackBludis on July 28, 2007 at 12:17pm
Nice beginning ... New York in the middle of the night, a scarey time and place even when it's quite.
Comment by Dennis Leppanen on July 27, 2007 at 12:39pm
I agree with Jack.

You have a classic beginning...
Comment by JackBludis on July 26, 2007 at 10:34pm
Classic PI time-period in with a female protag.

Great idea.

Comment by JusticeSquad on July 26, 2007 at 9:01pm
Hi Sara,
Very interesting beginning. Where is the rest?

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