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Jackson, Juliet. Juliet Jackson was created by Margaret Turnbull and appeared in four novels from 1926 to 1934, beginning with Madame Judas.

Juliet Jackson is a slim, pretty widow who becomes a newspaper reporter after her alcoholic husband’s death. She becomes known as the “Female Ferret” because of her relentless nature and ability to dig for inside information. She works in New York City but solves crimes in various locations around the U.S. She eventually falls in love again, with architect Bill Davis, and he helps her solve two crimes.

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