Anne Argula, 1938-

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Anne Argula

Camera-shy Anne Argula published her first Quinn mystery, "Homicide My Own," a story about a cop who solves his own murder from a previous life, with an independent publisher previously known for poetry and literary essays. When the book was nominated for an Edgar Award, she was pulled out of the shadows, reluctantly. Since then, many have claimed that her three novels (and another in the works) were written by her mentor and sometimes nemesis, author/screenwriter Darryl Ponicsan. An ongoing investigation of the two writers unfolds on the website, which the author urges her readers to boycott.

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