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Fiction Women Sleuths

White Noise

by (author) Eve Zaremba

Second Story Press
Initial publish date
Apr 1997
Women Sleuths, Lesbian, Private Investigators
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Margaret Atwood describes Helen Keremos as "a cross between Lily Tomlin and Philip Marlowe."

In this final book in the series, Sonny, a former client from Hong Kong, arrives in Vancouver and Helen agrees to meet him. He's in trouble and doesn't know who's after him or why. At least that's what Sonny says. Despite some nagging apprehensions, Helen decides to help him out. But a kidnapping attempt quickly ensues, forcing our heroine into the midst of a complicated set of crimes.

About the author

EVE ZAREMBA is a writer, artist, and feminist activist. Born in Poland, she emigrated to Canada in 1952 and graduated from the University of Toronto in 1963. After a career in advertising, she joined the founding collective of Broadside feminist newspaper. Eve is the author of the Helen Keremos mystery series and The Privilege of Sex: a century of Canadian women. She lives in Toronto with her spouse, Ottie Lockey. Visit her website at

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