A trio of classics accumulated jointly from the pulp magazines of mystery's Golden Age for the 1st time ever.
"Swiftly paced, tempestuous, and explosive…" -Ellery Queen's secret Magazine
"The Corpse got here Ashore" – while homicide moves a member of her circle of relatives on the Brewster Mansion on Cape Cod, Amy starts off shaking skeletons out of the proverbial kinfolk closet, disclosing a homicide and fixing a generations outdated mystery.
"Amy Stops the Clock" – while she reveals her most up-to-date case has romantic overtones, omit Brewster orders a 4 pound steak to improve herself opposed to the histrionics which are certain to follow.
"The Maestro's mystery" – A farrago of larceny, adultery, homicide and blackmail, interrupts a quiet night at domestic savoring a bottle of pricy gin and a field of exceptional cigars as l. a. Amy unravels a case that has the police baffled and threatens to ship an blameless guy to that chair.
"Amy Brewster a cigar-smoking, 300-pound lawyer-financier...Upper classification yet unfeminine is outlined opposed to the genre's stereotypes, fairly the femme fatale: she isn't beautiful, no longer home-bound, and never submissive, both conversationally or professionally." -Prof. William Marling, Early woman Detectives