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Curse of the Spellmans
Lisa Lutz
Adult Fiction LUTZ

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Lisa Lutz was born in Southern California in 1970. She attended the University of California at Santa Cruz and at Irvine, the University of Leeds in England and San Francisco State University, but never earned a bachelor's degree. In 1991, the aspiring screenwriter began the script for a mob comedy. After more than a decade and 25 revisions, the film Plan B starring Diane Keaton, Paul Sorvino and Natasha Lyonne was made, but only received a limited release. She decided that writing screenplays wasn't for her and she turned to writing fiction. Her debut novel, The Spellman Files, won the 2008 Alex Award and has been optioned by Paramount. Her works include the Izzy Spellman Mystery series and Heads You Lose with David Hayward. (Bowker Author Biography)

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main characters Isabel "Izzy" Spellman
Female
Age: 30
Works for her family's private investigation firm; has just been released from jail for the fourth time in three months; spying on her suspicious next-door neighbor; attempting to apprehend a copycat vandal.
Private investigator

Rae Spellman
Female
Age: 15
Isabel's sister; fascinated with a middle-aged police inspector.
Student

David Spellman
Male
The only family member not involved in the family business.
Lawyer



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