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Women's Psychological Mysteries

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Women's Accomplishments Against All Odds



Patricia E. Gitt is enjoying her second career as an author of women's psychological mysteries featuring heroines with a blind spot that hinders their path to resolving a personal crisis. 


Having had a successful career in public relations, she worked with many of the outstanding business women of our time.


She says, “I wanted to read novels featuring their strength, the qualities that made them successful in the corporate men’s club... and in their personal lives.


"Each novel shows grit and determination to succeed against strong adversaries. Skills and intelligence exhibited by the women I have known."

Engrossing books for women featuring females in top leadership positions.

New York City Mysteries


Terrorized by vicious lies


An accomplished woman terrorized with fake news clips rushes to find the source before the vicious lies can ruin her.

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The settling of scores


A smart, successful woman is enmeshed in secrets and lies...until she stands up for herself.

Blackmail & Embezzlement


A woman trapped in a job working for a paranoid older woman gambles her future by helping to resolve a corporate crisis.

Jealousy in the Boardroom

A sophisticated woman focused solely on her career reaches the pinnacle of success only to find someone is out to ruin her.


My Books
Patricia's Thoughts

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I am curious about why women act the way they do. Is it a product of inherited traits, or the result of life's experiences.

In discussing various behaviors with friends, all with a business background, I found that my ideas may seem a bit unusual...but they are the views and actions portrayed in my novels of accomplished women facing some crisis.

I invite you to contact me with your thoughts, and let me know if my characters react in ways you would if in similar circumstances. 


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