Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication information provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.
Introduction <br>DOROTHEA FISCHER-HORNUNG AND MONIKA MUELLER 00 Part I: Historicizing Ethnicity Insider Knowledge versus Outsider Perspective in <br>Early Italian American and African American <br>Detective Stories <br>MARINA CACIOPPO 00 Samurai Sleuths and Dutiful Daughters: <br>The American Way <br>THEO D'HAEN 00 Of Sherlocks, Shylocks, and the Shoah: Ethnicity in <br>Jewish American Detective Fiction <br>CARMEN BICKLE 00 Marketing Mystical Mysteries: Rudolfo Anaya's <br>Mystery Trilogy <br>ANN-CATHERINE GEUDER 00 Part II: Comparing Ethnic Identities Detectives, Hoodoo, and Brujería: Subverting the <br>Dominant U.S. Cultural Ethos <br>CARMEN FLYS JUNQUERA 000 A Cuban American "Lady Dick" and an African American <br>Miss Marple?: The Female Detective in the Novels of <br>Carolina Garcia-Aguilera and Barbara Neely <br>MONIKA MUELLER 000 Investigating Newark, New Jersey: Empowering Spaces <br>in Valerie Wilson Wesley's Detective Fiction <br>CARMEN BIRKLE 000 From Roots to Routes: Sleuthing Identity in Two <br>Juvenile Ethnic Detective Novels <br>SABINE STEINISCH 000 "A Great Space Where Sex Should Be," or "Who's the <br>Black Private Dick Who's Not a Sex Machine to <br>All the Chicks?": Shaft (2000) <br>STEPHANIE BROWN 000 The Mystery of Identity: The Private Eye (I) in the <br>Detective Fiction of Walter Mosley and Tony Hillerman <br>ALISON D. GOELLER 000 Detecting from the Borderlands: Aimée and <br>David Thurlo's Ella Clah Novels <br>KATRIN FISCHER 000 "Crime Spirit": The Significance of Dreams and Ghosts <br>in Three Contemporary Native American Crime Novels <br>ESTHER FRITSCH AND MARION GYMNICH 000 Part III: Globalizing Ethnicity "Here's tae Us, Wha's Like Us": Val McDermid's <br>Lindsay Gordon Mysteries <br>SAMANTHA HUME 000 The Hard-Boiled Pattern as Discursive Practice of Ethnic <br>Subalternity in Jakob Arjourni's Happy Birthday, Turk! <br>and Irene Dische's Ein Job <br>KONSTANZE KUTZBACH 000 Frenchness and Arab Alterity in Jean-Christophe Grangé's <br>Blood-Red Rivers <br>DOROTHEA FISCHER-HORNUNG 000 Uncovering Collective Crimes: Sally Morgan's My Place <br>as Australian Indigenous Detective Narrative <br>RUSSELL WEST 000 Part IV: Interviews An Interview with Barbara Neely <br>ALISON D. GOELLER 000 An Interview with Valerie Wilson Wesley <br>DOROTHEA FISCHER-HORNUNG AND MONIKA MUELLER 000 Afterword <br>DOROTHEA FISCHER-HORNUNG AND MONIKA MUELLER 000 Contributors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Detective and mystery stories, American History and criticism, American fiction Minority authors History and criticism, Detective and mystery stories History and criticism, Ethnic groups in literature, Minorities in literature, Crime in literature