By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Ruth Cavin, a longtime and late-blooming editor at St. Martin's Press who worked on hundreds of mystery novels in a career that began in her 60s and became so revered she was unofficially known as the "First Lady of Mysteries" has died.
"I remember her telling to me that a submission with an intricate or clever plot but false, two-dimensional characters was one she'd pass by," said her daughter, Nora Cavin.
'Plots can be fixed,' she'd say _ and she insisted that they be.