A Romance Writer Gets Away with Murder
Adrian Rapp, Lynda Dodgen, Anne K. Kaler
Clues 21.1 (2000 Sp/S) pp. 17–21
Sandra Brown’s (1948–) novels since the 1990s have progressed from romance to a mixture of romance and
mystery fiction through the use of five forms of death: natural death, death of childhood, metaphoric or
symbolic death, death of a relationship, and murder.
Clues: A Journal of Detection