Novelist Sara Paretsky is famous for her stories about the female private investigator, V. I. Warshawski. She usually sets these stories in Chicago, where the author has lived for the last 40 years. But Paretsky's 2008 novel, Bleeding Kansas, is very different from her others.
By Angela Elam, host of New Letters on the Air
Kansas City, MO – In Bleeding Kansas, there's no Warshawski, no Windy City, and it incorporates a century of history in the stomping grounds of Sara Paretsky's youth, as you'll discover in this conversation with New Letters on the Air host, Angela Elam.
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