M. Ruth Myers – Author of the Maggie Sullivan Mysteries


Coming

this fall!

 

As WWII rages in the Pacific, relatives of a Japanese American suspected of starting a fatal fire hire Ohio private investigator Maggie Sullivan to uncover the truth. Did he do it? Is he alive or dead? The police claim not to know what became of him, and there are hints of War Department involvement….

DON'T MISS RATION OF LIES.

"Early on, I wanted to write more mysteries, specifically a series with a woman P.I. The traditional publishers I worked for kept telling me there just wasn’t enough market for that sort of book. Finally I took a long break from fiction writing. Then I decided to do the Maggie Sullivan mysteries. On my own. I’ve never regretted it."

Why Snoods Were Swell for 1940s Women
In Uncivil Defense, the latest book in my mystery series featuring 1940s private eye Maggie Sullivan, a woman wears a[...]
Concert in 1946 Reflects the Hope of Post-World War II America
While I polish the final draft of the next Maggie Sullivan mystery, which will be out this fall, I’m pleased[...]
Radio Brought the Fastest News in World War II
(Writer Rosi Mackey, long-time fan of the Maggie Sullivan mysteries, provided this wonderful look at how people in Ohio, and[...]
Working Women and Latchkey Kids in WWII America
by M. Ruth Myers Mothers working in factories to support America’s war effort while their children roamed the streets at[...]

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