Jane’s got five days at sea to solve the murder of a Wimbledon champion’s coach and write a gossip column that tells the truth, if not the facts. Dive into the Jane Benjamin Novels with Tomboy.

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“Mix Jo March and Tom Ripley, shake, pour, and take a brisk, bitter swig of Jane Benjamin. Like me, you’ll be deliriously intoxicated by Copy Boy’s bracing sequel.”

—Gretchen Cherington, award-winning author of A Memoir to the End of Poetic License

“A sharp and affecting novel of pain and love wrapped in a meticulously crafted mystery, Tomboy ascends to a breaking point that will leave you breathless.”

—Laurie Buchanan, award-winning author of the Sean McPherson novels

“1939’s Jane Benjamin is a quintessential heroine for now—gritty, gutsy, gender-bending, and driven to fulfill her journalistic ambitions in male-centric bars and smoke-filled San Francisco newsrooms. She’s one difficult girl you want in your corner and on your must-read pile.”

—Dorothy Rice, award-winning author of The Reluctant Artist and Gray is the New Black

“Riveting as Mare of Easttown, binge-worthy as The Queen’s GambitTomboy kept me reading—obsessively—until the very last line.

—Debra Thomas, award-winning author of Luz

“Chock-full of audacity and adventure, a suspenseful and layered novel.  From the squalor of Hooverville to the opulence of the Queen Mary, cub reporter Jane Benjamin grabs our hearts once again.”

—Ashley E. Sweeney, award-winning author of Answer Creek and Eliza Waite

“Crisp prose, snappy pace, exquisite period details and a resourceful, resilient, wonderfully flawed protagonist. Fasten your seatbelts. It’s going to be a bumpy boat ride.”

—Mary Camarillo, award-winning author of The Lockhart Women