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Fluke, Joanne

FLUKE, Joanne

FLUKE, Joanne. Also writes as Jo Gibson, John Fischer, R. J. Fischer, Gina Jackson, Kathryn Kirkwood. American. Career: Writer. Has worked as a counselor with adults and young adults. Publications: NOVELS. The Stepchild, 1980; The Other Child, 1983; Winter Chill, 1984; Cold Judgment, 1985; Vengeance Is Mine, 1986; Video Kill, 1989; Final Appeal, 1989; Dead Giveaway, 1990; Fatal Identity, 1993; Deadly Memories, 1995. HANNAH SWENSON MYSTERIES: The Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder, 2000; The Strawberry Shortcake Murder, 2001; The Blueberry Muffin Murder, 2002; The Lemon Meringue Pie Murder, 2003; Fudge Cupcake Murder, 2004. AS JOHN FISCHER: High Stakes, 1986; Station Break, 1987. AS CHRIS HUNTER: Eyes, 1996. ROMANCES AS GINA JACKSON: Caitlyn's Cowboy, 1999; Cookies and Kisses 2000. ROMANCES AS KATHRYN KIRKWOOD: A Match for Melissa, 1998; A Season for Samantha, 1999; A Husband for Holly, 1999; A Valentine for Vanessa, 2000. YOUNG ADULT NOVELS AS JO GIBSON: The Dead Girl, 1993; The Crush, 1994; The Crush II, 1994; Slay Bells, 1994; My Bloody Valentine, 1995; The Seance, 1996; Wicked, 1996; Dance of Death, 1996. HUMOR AS R.J. FISCHER (coauthor): Baby's Guide to Raising Mom, 1997; Doggy Do's (and Don'ts), 1997; Where Would I Be without You, Mom?, 1998. Contributor to books. Address: c/o Author Mail, Kensington Publishing Corp., 850 Third Ave., New York, NY 10022, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected];

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