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Miss Kopp's Midnight Confessions
Miss Kopp's Midnight Confessions | Amy Stewart
The best-selling author of Girl Waits with Gun and Lady Cop Makes Trouble returns with a spirited adventure featuring the fascinating, feisty, and unforgettable Kopp sisters.
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AmyStewart
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$2.99 ebook alert! This one might be today only. Everywhere ebooks are sold.

Theaelizabet Done! Thanks! 1mo
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Aims42
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Another great read from Amy Stewart! Is anyone else pulling for a little something-something between Sheriff Heath and Constance? Please tell me I‘m not the only one rooting for them lol

KathyWheeler I am. I‘m hoping his wife leaves as she‘s clearly unhappy. 1mo
Aims42 @KathyWheeler Right?!? I pre-ordered the fourth book in paperback so I have to wait until May 7th before continuing on.... ughhhh, torture! 1mo
KathyWheeler @Aims42 I have to finish this one first. 1mo
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Aims42 @KathyWheeler Happy Reading!! 🙌🏻 1mo
Crystalblu I‘ve been thinking of recommending these to our patrons that love Miss Marple. Good idea? 1mo
Aims42 @Crystalblu I haven‘t read any of Agatha‘s ‘Miss Marple‘ books, so I can‘t speak directly to that. BUT I would definitely recommend this series to anyone who enjoys WWI era history, especially concerning women and their rights 😃 1mo
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Aims42
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Happy Easter to all who celebrate! No egg hunts for me today, but still hoping to spend as much time outside ☀️ Spring is here today!!

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Oh, Norma 🤣

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Well-ReadNeck
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Catching up on this fun series based on the lives of an early female policewoman and her two sisters. This installment is my favorite so far!! #MountTBR

AnneFindsJoy I‘ve been meaning to read this series forever! Must get to it! 1mo
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DivineDiana
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This is my final book for #booked2018 ! Happy to say that it was also from the mountainous #TBR pile! This is Book 3 of a series based on the real life of sisters who lived in New Jersey in the early 1900‘s. Miss Constance Kopp became somewhat a celebrity due to the fact that a female assistant sheriff, who carried a gun and wore a gold star was quite unusual for the period! Despite the lack of respect that she faced, Constance was a #underdoghero

BarbaraTheBibliophage Love it—I need to read the last two!! 5mo
Cinfhen Yay!!!! You did it!!!!!! Congrats and happy healthy 2019 5mo
Mdargusch Great job! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 5mo
Izai.Amorim Happy new year! 5mo
lynneamch Great interview with Amy yesterday at #womenshistoryreads http://www.greermacallister.com/blog/ 3mo
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AmyStewart
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Just a quick reminder that I‘m giving away all four Kopp Sisters novels—and this is for Litsy only! Enter by Dec 20

https://mailchi.mp/amystewart/litsy

Megabooks I‘ve entered! #excited #giveaway 5mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage How kind! Thanks for the opportunity! 5mo
Samplergal Wow! How generous of you! 5mo
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DarcysMom I just entered. Thank you! 😍 5mo
MeganAnn Wow! What a generous, kind giveaway! Thank you 😍 5mo
melbeautyandbooks I‘ve read them all and they are great! 5mo
Gissy I'm in! 👍Am I? 🤔 5mo
JennyM That‘s lovely - thanks for your generosity 😊 5mo
Litlady All the feels! So kind and generous, Amy. Thank you! 📚🎄❣️ 5mo
Bklover Just entered! Thanks for the opportunity- it‘s a great giveaway! 5mo
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DivineDiana
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Reading this book which has been sitting on my shelves for some time for my last #booked2018 selection. A few Litsy friends chose Miss Kopp‘s books for #underdoghero. Happy to find this on my #TBR !

JanuarieTimewalker13 Oooh, I would love to see that sweet painting behind the book! 5mo
DivineDiana @JanuarieTimewalker13 We lost our dear bunny last year. My husband and I went to fundraiser in her honor and painted her portrait. 5mo
JanuarieTimewalker13 Ohhhh, bunnies are the sweetest!!! I‘ve never had one, but I‘ve met one at a vet‘s office. 5mo
Cinfhen I‘ve heard good things about this book/,series. Sorry about your bunny 5mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage This one would work for next year‘s #femaledetective prompt also! 5mo
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rabbitprincess
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So good, as always. Norma is a combination of spirit animal and cautionary tale 😂

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kyraleseberg
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I've had my nose in a book all day, finishing up the tagged book before I crack open the ARC of the fourth in the series.
I took a quick break to make dinner and snapped this photo. You can dress up pasta a million different ways but I kept it simple with ginger sesame noodles and some sriracha to spice it up.

Alfoster Looks yummy!😀 9mo
Reviewsbylola I thought that was ketchup and I was like 🧐🤔 9mo
kyraleseberg @Alfoster Thanks! I'm kind of obsessed with pasta! I find a way to incorporate it into at least one meal a week. 9mo
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kyraleseberg
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Friday evening plans 🙌

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alysonwrites
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I‘ve had so much fun binge-reading the Kopp Sisters series by Amy Stewart! Each novel is different, not only plot-wise as you‘d expect but also structurally. The first book is slow-building suspense and backstory of the MC, the second is a chase story, and this one has multiple POVs—most interesting are two young women, reprimanded by their parents just for trying to live independently, who fall under Constance‘s supervision at the county jail.

alysonwrites P.S. @AmyStewart if you‘re reading this, I would love to read a spin-off novel about Edna and Minnie, these two young women who pass through Constance‘s care. Where they‘re headed sounds super interesting! (edited) 10mo
lahousewyfe @alysonwrites Me too!!!! 10mo
alysonwrites @lahousewyfe Yay! Maybe we can convince her. 😄 10mo
AmyStewart @alysonwrites I get that request a lot, actually! 8mo
alysonwrites @AmyStewart I guess a lot of your readers are quite intrigued by them, myself included! You‘ve drawn two fascinating characters who are especially fascinating side by side. ☺️ 8mo
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lahousewyfe
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Another thoroughly fun romp through the life of Constance Kopp, intrepid female deputy in early 20th century New Jersey. A great way to begin my Sunday morning!

jillrhudy This series! 🤩 10mo
lahousewyfe @jillrhudy I love it! 10mo
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I really loved how this book wove together so many different (and very distinct) young women‘s stories. The historical aspect is very well handled — shades of Angela Woollacott in Edna‘s views of her work! This series would be one for a list of books with female main characters and no romantic plot as well.

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jfount
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The calm in the eye of the move: time to start a new book.

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Ekkross
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I adore these books and love the characters even more! This one let us get a little more insight into Fleurette as a young woman fast approaching adulthood. I can‘t wait to read book 4!

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Ekkross

So far, the thing I‘m finding most interesting is the commentary on prison as reformative vs. punitive to be particularly interesting, especially given the similarities to modern day thinking. There is also much discussion of which is worse- prison or war. And what is women‘s role in either/both? I‘m only a chapter in and I love it already.

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AmyStewart
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It‘s Paperback Day for MISS KOPP‘S MIDNIGHT CONFESSIONS, and I‘m celebrating with a big giveaway on my FB page. If you‘re interested, go there and search for AmyStewartAuthor, or sign up for my newsletter at Amy Stewart.com/newsletter for another shot at it. And yes, a Litsy giveaway is coming later this summer when we are ready to roll out the next book!

JazzFeathers Is it international? 13mo
AmyG Just signed up for your newsletter. Thank you! 13mo
AmyStewart @JazzFeathers Sorry, US only 13mo
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jillrhudy
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Eagerly awaiting new installments of these series and a whole bunch of others @AmyStewart 🖊 #seriesuptodate #strongwomen #womanauthors #femalesleuth #patienceisavirtue

Gezemice Miss Kopp is out - I got it from the library but had to return it (too many holds at the same time) but I am putting it back on the list! 14mo
jillrhudy New Maisie‘s out too 14mo
AmyStewart I‘m on it! 14mo
jillrhudy Thanks @AmyStewart the Kopp sisters rock! 14mo
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Deputy sheriff Constance Kopp is 1916‘s answer to the feminist movement. In this third book of Amy Stewart‘s wildly popular series, she takes on the archaic morality laws of the time. Based on the true life story of the Kopp Sisters, these books keep getting better and better. As long as Stewart keeps writing them, I will be reading them.

KathyWheeler Me too. I really like them. 1y
suvata @KathyWheeler My favorite series right now. 1y
MallenNC I've read the first one. The others are on my list! 1y
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suvata
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Major ear-worm with this title. An excellent series, by the way.

https://youtu.be/5nZnqtDdsws

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Jennivardier
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This was an excellent choice for my first read of the year!

Constance Kopp returns in the third installment of this series, and is fully embracing her role as deputy sheriff. She's doing everything in her power to help the women that end up in her prison, and is coming into conflict with ideas of how young girls should behave.

Loved this and can't wait for the next one!

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A (very) light detective read based on true events. Set in 1916 against the backdrop of WWI, the story follows Constance Kopp, a female deputy sheriff, who stands up for girls charged with waywardness. Then her youngest sister runs away from home and challenges Constance's beliefs.

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TeeCee
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When you realize it was THE AUTHOR who liked your review of her book!!! 😊💚💙💜🧡 ... and then you wish you‘d said more!

Tanzy13 😊📚 1y
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AmyStewart
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Hello Litsy friends! Are any of you in New Orleans? I am! I‘d love to see you at Octavia Books on Tues 1/9 at 6, or St Charles Parish Library Thurs 1/11 at 6:30. And if you‘re not in New Orleans, lots more events are being worked out now—check the Events page on AmyStewart.com

FountainBookstore Say hi for us! 1y
LitsyOwl Sooo wish I could! 1y
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TeeCee
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This series entertains me! Set in NJ, with a female deputy sheriff in the early 1900s. Smart & fun. Love the historic notes the author included at the end.

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silentrequiem
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While this was the least action-packed of the books so far, it was chock full of interesting social commentary of a time when illegal cohabitation was a crime, and girls could be arrested for waywardness if they tried to assert their independence. I did like that Fluerette got a bigger role, and that we finally saw the specter of war. Hope there's more to come!

Sills I read the first two and have been kicking around reading this one🤔 1y
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silentrequiem
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#audiobooking in bed with some knitting. Almost done with this book. The same cannot be said for this sweater, which I just started last night. #knittersoflitsy

Eggs Its beautiful!! 1y
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silentrequiem
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Evening audiobooking. I am in love with this series.

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wen4blu
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Finished with a few days to spare. Hooray!!!

erinreads Yay! Congrats! 🎉 1y
Kalalalatja Well done! 1y
Redwritinghood 👏👏👏👏 1y
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LauraBrook 👏🏼👏🏼❤️👏🏼👏🏼 1y
bookloo Wow! 🎉🎉🎉🎉 1y
Jas16 🙌🏽 1y
emilyhaldi Nice! 👏🏻👏🏻 1y
NCNY 🎉🎉 1y
DivineDiana 👏🏻📚👍🏻📚🎉 1y
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wen4blu
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Time to catch up with the Kopp sisters. 😀

TheBookAddict I‘m a Kopp sisters fan too!!! I love them! 😅 I need to get my hands on that book, or the Audiobook. 1y
DivineDiana I read the first one, and won the latest when I went to hear the author speak at a bookstore. But I need to read the second one first! 😉 1y
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LitsyHappenings
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The incredible author and our fellow Litten, @AmyStewart , is doing a big #giveaway today! It includes the deluxe "Princess Bride" book from @hmhbooks , all 3 Kopp Sister novels, wickedness from @AlgonquinBooks @AlgonquinYR , & more! Head over to her Facebook page to enter--search Amy Stewart Author.

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UnabridgedTomes
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Enjoyed this as much as the first two in the series: Constance and her sisters are interesting, individual, and full of agency. Aces all the way around.

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jennw1212
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Just as entertaining and enjoyable as the first two novels in this series!

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TorieStorieS
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This third installment in the Kopp Sisters series starts a little slowly but the likable characters more than makes up for the lackluster plot! Fleurette follows her #Dreams in this one and it‘s nice to see Norma out more! #NoteworthyNovember @Jess7

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jennw1212
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I didn't even know this was out yet and I heard it mentioned on Dead or Read podcast and was super happy it was at my library!!

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ReadingEnvy
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This book got a pretty silent release but if you haven't tried this series, you should! Candace is a strong lady cop and her two sisters are also interesting characters in the early 20th century. When you see how much of it is based on historical fact it becomes even more impressive. If you are looking for strong female characters that don't need a romance to validate/balance their strength, look no further. Came out Sept 2017.

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ReadingEnvy
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Oh hey it's @DeweysReadathon time! This is my first read of the morning. #readathon

Opening questions post. Questions on their website.
1) Greenville, SC, also Furman's homecoming
2) The Sarah Book by Scott McClanahan
3) Carrot cake bars
4) I love wildflowers
5) I hope to pay more attention to the challenges and check-ins.

Reviewsbylola I‘ve always thought this series looked fun! 2y
ReadingEnvy @Reviewsbylola it is! Very strong female lead and not one of those strong yet tiny or strong yet beautiful nope she's strong and large and smart! Also love the historical Antoine. 2y
ReadingEnvy @Reviewsbylola woah I speedy posted my reply and it changed setting to antoine! 2y
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Mariliel
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Cat and book - the perfect way to spend a rainy Saturday afternoon.

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NCNY
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I continue to love the Kopp sisters. They are portrayed so realistically. They are smart and independent but they also make mistakes and get embarrassed. They aren't perfect and that makes them easy to route for. This one just came out but I'm already looking forward to the next one.

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BekahPat
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It was truly an honor to attend the book signing for the third book in the Girl Waits with Gun series. Anyone who knows me knows that I love these books. I tell everyone about Girl Waits with Gun and I put it in as many hands as I possibly can. This was my second time to attend an Amy Stewart signing and she is delightful. @AmyStewart

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Chelsey
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Thanks Third Place Books and @amystewart for a lovely evening. I'm so glad to hear there are plans for more Kopp sisters adventures!

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Chelsey
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Waiting for my first author event at Third Place Books in Seattle! Can't wait!

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amrsprout
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Great series! Loved these ladies!

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erincb82
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A hot mess of stupid plot lines with nothing really interesting happening in 360 pages. I am done with this series.

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erincb82

This one is just not measuring up to the others. 170 pages in and nothing is really happening.

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LibrarianRyan
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I did not #lookbackinanger when this book arrived sans autograph. Hey it was still a free book. Then Thursday I got a signed book plate in the mail with a note about it being left out. It's all cool. #septembowie

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UnabridgedTomes
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Saturday night of champions!

MrBook Oooh! #NiceStack! 2y
ReadingSusan Perfect evening! 2y
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bookwrm526
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I hate to do it, but I have to give this one a so-so. I loved the first two so much, and for time this one just didn‘t match up to them. The humor was spread a lot thinner, and the sheriff was too absent. I still enjoyed it, and it would probably be a pick if I hadn‘t read the first two!