Hannah Wolfe
Created by Sarah Dunant

HANNAH WOLFE's a private investigator working the mean streets of sleepy London town. So what can a poor girl do?

Hannah appears in three (so far) very intelligent, well-written and often quite challenging PI novels, not afraid to get in your face, with a great deal of social commentary and strong, well-developed characters. Imagine a warmer, less high-strung (but no less committed) V.I. Warshawski.

A celebrity in the U.K., Sarah Dunant was a TV host on the BBC's The Late Show, and until recently hosted the leading BBC Radio arts program, Night Waves. Her first published book was Birth Marks in 1992, which introduced Hannah. Two further Hannah novels, Fatlands and Under My Skin, soon followed in 1992 and 1993, respectively, with the former winning the CWA Silver Dagger Award Winner. Now a full-time writer, she lives in London and Florence.


Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.

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