Literary appearances of federal marshal Karen Sisco, written by Elmore Leonard:
OUT OF SIGHT (1996)
World-class gentleman felon Jack Foley is busting out of Florida's Glades Prison when he runs head on into a shotgun-wielding Karen Sisco. Suddenly he's sharing a cramped car trunk with the classy, disarmed federal marshal and the chemistry is working overtime—and as soon as she escapes, he's already missing her. But there are bad men and a major score waiting for Jack in Motown. And the next time his path crosses Karen's, chances are she's going to be there for business, not pleasure.
"Karen Makes Out" (1996)
Federal marshal Karen Sisco once again inadvertently mixing pleasure with business. The short story, which appeared in Mary Higgins Clark Mystery Magazine (1996), has been reprinted in two anthologies: Murder for Love (1996) and When the Women Come Out to Dance, and Other Stories (2002). Also the basis for the first episode of the short-lived 2003 Karen Sisco television series.
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