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British Mystery Writer Liza Cody Writes Women Unashamed of Their Bodies

Cody's new book Bucket Nut is her first featuring detective and wrestler Eva Wylie, known in the ring as "The London Lassasin." Cody's earlier series of mystery novels about London security officer Anna Lee, include Headcase, Stalker, Under Contract, and Backhand, which was shortlisted for this year's Edgar Award for Best Novel.


Other segments from the episode on May 3, 1993

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, May 3, 1993: Interview with Liza Cody; Interview with Jimmy Santiago Baca; Review of Milorad Pavic's book "The Inner Side of the Wind."


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