Emma Price
by Naomi Rand

Pregnant and on her way to a divorce from her obtuse, self-centered filmmaker husband, 40-something Brooklynite EMMA PRICE decides to dust off her investigative skills (she used to work for the public defender's office) when her 10-year old son's babysitter is murdered, in her intriguing debut, The One That Got Away (2001).

In a handful of sequels, she finds herself back at her old job, once again knocking on doors and taking down names, while juggling the responsibilities of a new baby, a new relationship and her temperamental son, in a well thought of but dark, violent and far-from-cozy series.


Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.

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