J.M Redmann

Author of the Micky Knight mystery series

Not Dead Enough is the cuurent Micky Knight book. It is available at Bold Storkes Books as well as other book stores. 

BOOKS

Under the name R.J. Reid, Redmann will be bringing out a new mystery series set on the Gulf Coast where she grew up. The first book is Roots of Murder to be published by Midnight Ink in July, 2016. For more info go to: 

IN THE PRESS

“Superbly crafted, multi-layered . . . One of the most hard boiled and complex female detectives in print today.” 

San Francisco Chronicle (An Editor’s Choice selection for 1995)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Perceptive, sensitive prose; in-depth characterization; and pensive, wry wit add up to a memorable and compelling read.” 

Library Journal 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Powerful and page turning . . . A rip-roaring read, as randy is it is reflective . . . Micky Knight is a to-die for creation . . . a Cajun firebrand with the proverbial quick wit, fast tongue and heavy heart.” 

Lambda Literary Review

BIO

J.M. Redmann is the author of a mystery series featuring New Orleans private detective Michele ‘Micky’ Knight.  Her latest book is NOT DEAD ENOUGHT. Previous ones include ILL WILL, which made the American Library Association GLBT Roundtable’s 2013 Over the Rainbow list, won a Lambda Literary award and was a ForeWord award honorable mention. WATER MARK was also on the Over the Rainbow list and won a Fore Word Gold First Place mystery award. Three of her earlier books, ILL WILL, THE INTERSECTION OF LAW & DESIRE and DEATH OF A DAYING MAN have won Lambda Literary Awards; most have been nominated.  LAW & DESIRE was an Editor’s Choice of the San Francisco Chronicle and a recommended book on NPR’s Fresh Air. Her books have been translated into Spanish, German, Dutch, Norwegian and Hebrew. She is the co-editor with Greg Herren of three anthologies, NIGHT SHADOWS: QUEER HORROR, which was nominated for a Shirley Jackson Award, WOMEN OF THE MEAN STREETS: LESBIAN NOIR, and MEN OF THE MEAN STREETS: GAY NOIR. Redmann lives in an historic neighborhood in New Orleans, at the edge of the area that flooded. 

 
 
 

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