SYKM


Activists & Advocates
David Debin
  • Albie Marx: ex-60s radical and a columnist for a radical magazine in 1990s Los Angeles, California

Janet Evanovich and Charlotte Hughes
  • Max Holt: young genius and animal rights activist, and Jamie Swift, an editor of a newspaper, in Beaumont, South Carolina

Jean Hager
  • Molly Bearpaw: major crimes investigator and advocate for the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma

James W. Hall
  • Thorn: eco-avenger private investigator in Key Largo, Florida

R.J. Harlick
  • Meg Harris: escapee from Toronto and a failed marriage retreats to the remote wilderness of West Quebec, Canada, where she fights any injustice

Patricia Harrington
  • Bridget “Bridg” O’Hern: troubleshooter and consultant with nonprofit organization
Gillian Linscott
  • Nell Bray: suffragette in England

Annette Meyers
  • Olivia Brown: bohemian poet and women’s rights advocate in 1920s Greenwich Village, New York

Miriam Grace Monfredo
  • Glynis Tryon: independent thinker and librarian, in mid-1800s New York, in the Seneca Falls mysteries
Abigail Padgett
  • Barbara Joan “Bo” Bradley: former court investigator, who works as an advocate for the mentally ill and lives with her own manic-depression, in San Diego, California

Manuel Ramos
  • Luis Montez: attorney and former Chicano activist, in Denver, Colorado

David Roberts
  • Verity Browne: leftist journalist, between the wars in 1930s London, England

David Skibbins
  • Warren Ritter: formerly in the Weather Underground, now a tarot card reader, in Berkeley, California, in the Tarot Card mysteries

Joan Smith
  • Loretta Lawson: feminist professor in London, England

Julie Smith
  • Rebecca Schwartz: Jewish feminist lawyer in San Francisco, California

Troy Soos
  • Rebecca Davies: a child of privilege running a home for desperate women

Beth Thornton
  • Chloe Newcomb: victim’s advocate in Cochise County, Arizona