Kate Wilhelm

Kate Wilhelm

in Toledo, Ohio, The United States
June 08, 1928



Kate Wilhelm has won the Hugo and several Nebula Awards. She is the widow of author and editor Damon Knight.

Kate Wilhelm isn't a Goodreads Author (yet), but she does have a blog, so here are some recent posts imported from her feed.

I’m happy to announce that a hardcover edition of my latest Barbara Holloway novel BY STONE, BY BLADE, BY FIRE is now available. You can get a signed copy at infinityboxpress.com, and it’s available through Amazon and Barnes and Noble as well, unsigned.


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Where Late the Sweet Birds ...

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Death Qualified - A Mystery...

3.66 avg rating — 1,686 ratings — published 1991 — 14 editions
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The Best Defense (Barbara H...

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The Deepest Water

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A Wrongful Death (Barbara H...

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Desperate Measures (Barbara...

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The Unbidden Truth (Barbara...

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Death of an Artist: A Mystery

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Cold Case (Barbara Holloway...

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Defense for the Devil (Barb...

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More books by Kate Wilhelm…
Death Qualified - A Mystery... The Best Defense Malice Prepense Defense for the Devil No Defense Desperate Measures Clear and Convincing Proof
Barbara Holloway (13 books)
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The Hamlet Trap The Dark Door Smart House Sweet, Sweet Poison Seven Kinds of Death Whisper Her Name
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“Let's leave it for tonight. Is it a decent hour for two middle-aged people to go to bed?' He held out his hand for her.

Half an hour later he exclaimed, 'My God, where did you learn that?'

'I read a book once,' she answered.

'Thank God for literate women,' he said fervently.”
Kate Wilhelm, The Hamlet Trap

“We're living on the top of a pyramid,' he had said, 'supported by the massive base, rising above it, above everything that has made it possible. We're responsible for nothing, not the structure itself, not anything above us. We owe nothing to the pyramid, and are totally dependent on it. If the pyramid crumbles and returns to dust, there is nothing we can do to prevent it, or even to save ourselves. When the base goes, the top goes with it, no matter how elaborate the life is that developed there. The top will return to dust along with the base when the collapse comes. If a new structure is to rise, it must start at the ground, not on top of what has been built during the centuries past.”
Kate Wilhelm

“Molly watched the pale water, changing, always changing, and always the same, and she could feel him near, not touching, not speaking. Thin clouds chased across the face of the swelling moon. Soon it would be full, the harvest moon, the end of Indian summer. The moon was so cleanly outlined, so unambiguous, she thought. A misshapen bowl, like an artifact made by inexpert hands that would improve with practice.”
Kate Wilhelm, Where Late The Sweet Birds Sang: A Novel



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