August 26, 2019 – Women aren’t allowed to be police officers in 1908 Los Angeles, but that’s never stopped Anna Blanc from catching killers. Besides, it’s not her fault she keeps stumbling across corpses, or that she’s the keenest legal mind this side of Sherlock Holmes.
Jennifer Kincheloe joins us to chat about her latest mystery staring her whiskey-sipping fallen socialite with her third novel: The Body in Griffith Park. You can catch our chat about her debut, The Secret Life of Anna Blanc, and follow-up, The Woman in the Camphor Trunk. Find our guest at JenniferKincheloe.com, or on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Jennifer works at the consulting firm KicheloeHealth, and has been a policy researcher at UCLA. Her books have earned the Colorado Gold Award for Mystery and the Mystery and Mayhem Award, as well as spots as a finalist for the MacAvirty Sue Feder Historical Mystery Award, the Left Coast Crime “Lefty” Award for Best Historical Mystery Novel, and the Colorado Author’s League Award for Genre Fiction.