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Introduction Edit

  • First appears in Naked in Death on February 14, 2058.[1]

Descriptions Edit

  • She has an impossibly tiny waist, a brilliant smile, and a busty little body.[2] Mavis has an appealing screech of a singing voice. Eve Dallas thought she wasn't half bad; not half good either.[3]
  • A slim, exuberant woman with generous breasts who prefers jewel colors[4] (she has perfect round, classy breasts).[5]
  • Slim as a fairy and, for a small woman, she was amazingly strong;[6] somewhere between a waif and an amazon.
  • Tiny with rosy pale skin; she is a bundle of color and cheer who tended to bounce.[7]

Personality Edit

  • "It's like my mission to bubble things up."[8]
  • When Mavis was singing at the Blue Squirrel, she said she wasn't quitting because she was hooked on the applause and because she renegotiated her contract so she'd receive ten percent of the gate.[9]

Bella EveEdit

History Edit

  • Old address: 28 Avenue C[11]
  • Mavis said that she never finished school and that she ran away from home at the age of fourteen. She said that she wasn't even worth looking for.[12]
  • After Mavis was arrested for suspicion in Pandora's homicide, the management of the Blue Squirrel let her go.[13]
  • In Immortal in Death, Eve said, "Mavis, I love you. Maybe I haven't told you that before, but I do."[14]
    • "I have to ask you to trust me to take care of you. ... I have to ask you to remember you're my closest friend, and that I love you."[15]

Criminal History Edit

  • Eight years before (c. 2050), Eve busted Mavis for petty theft. In the intervening years, they'd somehow become friends.[16]
  • According to Eve, Mavis "ran a mystic grift before [Eve] busted her for pinching wallets."[17]
  • Mavis said she ran a con once as a spirit guide. She was 'Ariel', reincarnation of a fairy queen.[18]
  • When asked about the longest con she ever ran, Mavis said she ran a Carlotta (named after an old friend that might now be on Vegas II) for about four months as Carlottas take a lot of foundation and seeding.[19] Mavis also mentioned the Crosstown Bob, Hail Mary, Praise the Lord, Kosher, and Redemption.[20]
  • Mavis used different looks and personalities for different marks back when she was on the grift.[21]

Interesting Facts Edit

  • Mavis has a World Card.[22]
  • When Mavis was sick, she said it was a conspiracy. "We've wiped out just about every known plague, disease, and infection. Oh, we come up with a new one every now and again, to give the researchers something to do. But none of these bright-eyed medical types, none of the medi-computers can figure out how to cure the common ... cold ... Because the pharmaceutical companies need to sell drugs." She said you can get anticancer injections cheaper than a sinus tab.[23]
  • Mavis said sex is supposed to be fun; and now and again, if you're lucky, it gets to be special.[24]
  • Mavis gave Eve a pair of virtual reality goggles for Christmas (possibly, December 2057).[25]
  • Mavis writes her own music (the amount of which is unknown) and said she had a shot at a recording contract in Glory in Death.[26]
    • When Mavis asked Eve if she was going to meet Roarke, Mavis said she'd have to do her last number again (the one that she wrote).[27]
    • In Glory in Death (c. June 2, 2058), Roarke told Eve that he had agreed to sit through two sets at the Blue Squirrel with the idea of helping Mavis into a recording contract. "And no one - no one with ears - would consider that singing of any kind." (Eve agreed, as a trade-off, to accompany Roarke to the opera.)[28]
    • Mavis had a new song coming out as a follow-up for her new video at the end of March, 2059.[29]
  • Mavis had been seeing a performance artist with a pet monkey in Glory in Death[31] and later, on her night off, she and Eve went to Armageddon.[32]
  • The Rolling Stones are Mavis's favorite classic artists.[33]
  • Mavis and Leonardo knew Morris and Amaryllis Coltraine slightly. They ran into each other at a club one night and sat down together.[34]
  • Leonardo calls Mavis "my dove," "babydoll," "turtledove," "little dove."[35]

Abbreviated Speech Edit

  • D&D – Dazed and Delirious[36]
  • MMM – Triple M[37]
  • NPW – No Possible Way[38]
  • RRA – Rolling Right Along[39]
  • TIT – Totally in Tune[40]
  • TPD – Tropical Paradise Deluxe[41]
  • TTF – Too Totally Frosty[42]
  • TTT – Too Totally Terrific[43]
  • TTT – trip T's – Totally Tip-Top[44]

YANNIEdit

  • Due Dates and Birth
    • Mavis said she should "pop" by March of 2060 (she was six weeks pregnant in Purity in Death – July, 2059; she got pregnant in June).[45]
    • In Imitation in Death she said she was due in February.[46]
    • Bella Eve was born late January 2060.[47] (return to section)
  • Marriage
    • In Imitation in Death Leonardo and Mavis are incorrectly said to be married.[48] They actually got married at the end of Born in Death.[49] (return to section)
      • Responding to a question regarding the mistake in Imitation, Nora said, "I don't think we need a spoiler here for me to say Eve just misspoke. Mavis and Leonardo remain cohabs."[50]


Mavis's Outfits/Appearance Edit

Mavis is, literally, one of the most colorful characters in the series. Here are some examples of Mavis's outfits:


Naked in DeathEdit


  • Silver hair, silver-tipped eyelashes, emerald nails, green shadowed eyes, a puff of scent, lots of bracelets, and shoulder length crystals at her ears.[51]
  • For her show at the Blue Squirrel, she wore body paint. Her body was a canvas for splatters and streaks of orange and violet, with strategically brushed splotches of emerald. She also wore bracelets and chains.[52]
  • When she was sick, she had unpainted lashes.[53]


Glory in DeathEdit


  • Her eyes were green and her hair was a stunning emerald green, and she continued the theme with the single swatch of glistening sapphire material she had somehow draped over herself to cover one generous breast and her crotch. Her other breast was decorated with shimmering stones, with a strategically placed silver star over the nipple. Her heart-shaped butt was similarly decorated on each slim cheek. She wore glitter on her face.[54]
  • Her hair was a glittery gold fashioned in what was called a half-swing. One glistening side curved to her ear while the other half skimmed her shoulder. She wore only, perhaps, a half dozen earrings - and all in her ears; she had a transparent cloak that was strung with tiny lights and wore a skin-hugging red body suit. She had inch-long (2.54 cm) lashes, a tattoo of interlinking hearts on the back of her hand, and walked on six-inch (15.24 cm) inflatable platforms (air glided).[55]
  • At the cocktail party to kick off the fundraiser for the Art Institute on Station Grimaldi, Mavis was dressed conservatively, which meant a great deal of her skin was actually covered and her hair was a tame medium red. Being Mavis, so were her irises.[56]


Immortal in DeathEdit


  • White and gold rompers, 3 inch (7.62 cm) air platforms, curly white-streaked black hair, a winged heart tattoo on bicep, lips painted magenta, and gold-tipped fingers.[57]
  • A bright blue drape.[58]
  • A bright sapphire skinsuit and hair dyed to match; tricolored nails.[59]
  • A trio of earrings in her left lobe and the same bright blue hair.[60]
  • Dressed in what only she would consider "at-home wear": a red skin suit studded with silver stars and covered with a sheer emerald sweep shirt left loose and open; and six-inch ice-pick heels; sapphire hair.[61]
  • Trina offers to dye her hair bordello pink with silver tipping.[62]
  • Silver-tipped hair.[63]


Rapture in DeathEdit


  • Her hair was a purple fountain; two scraps of glowing silver cloth strategically draped her body; her mouth was painted the same purple as her hair; silver tipped nails.[64]
  • Her hair spewed in a purple fountain out of a multicoloured band. She wore modified overalls that ended barely south of the crotch, was the colour of a shimmering kaleidoscope, and had black leather straps; four inch stilts.[65]
  • At the party Roarke threw for her, Mavis had a red, ripe orchid painted on her stomach.[66]
  • Her eyes were laser blue and there were cobalt streaks in her scarlet hair.[67] She wore a slip-shouldered dress of pink gauze.[68]


Ceremony in DeathEdit


  • Decked out in a micro robe of searing magenta that echoed the spiral curls shooting out of her head.[69]
  • Air pump, stack-heeled, neon yellow sneakers that matched her spiral mass of curls; her slacks were glossy simulated rubber; her blouse, a snug band of material that almost covered her breasts; a transparent duster over it all; emerald green eyelashes.[70]


Vengeance in DeathEdit


  • Pink leather and green feathers, four-inch heels with tiny golden fish swimming within their clear spikes, lavender hair


Holiday in DeathEdit


  • "Danced around Eve's home office in thigh-high boots. The material was clear and snug, molding her legs and showing them off while she balanced on their three-inch glittery red heels. The heels matched the slither dress that barely met the top of the boots. Her hair was the exact same glittery Christmas red and fell in Medusa-like coils to her shoulders. She had a tiny heart tattoo under the peak of her left eyebrow. Mavis beamed at Peabody out of newly toned grass-green eyes."[71]
  • "We call it my gay apparel." "She laughed and did a quick twirl to show off the multicolored panels that fluttered from breast to ankle. The movement parted them, revealing flashes of skin that had been dusted with gold and matched her hair, which fountained out from a wild topknot."[72]


Midnight in DeathEdit



Conspiracy in DeathEdit


  • "Mavis Freestone waved a jubilant hand that was studded with rings on every finger ... on five-inch silver heels designed to show off toenails painted a blistering blue. Mavis, in a silver dress that looked wet to the touch and faded into transparency a wink below her crotch, while a temporary tattoo of a grinning lizard slithered up her right thigh. Her hair spilled over her shoulder and was dyed the same eye-popping blue as her nails."[73]


Loyalty in DeathEdit


  • "... the hologram image of Mavis standing in the kitchen on skinny ruby heels with bright pink feathers drifting over her toes. She wore a short robe in eye-watering swirls of the same two tones that dropped off one shoulder to display a tattoo of a silver angel playing a gilt harp. Her hair tumbled in spiraling curls as fat as soy sausages in a mix of gold and silver and glinted with a metallic sheen. ... Mavis tugged the robe down her other shoulder to reveal a second angel with a little whip tail who carried a pitchfork and wore a maniacal grin."[74]
  • "Smile brilliant, hair a purple explosion of curls, eyes the disconcerting shade of copper, ... sent the twelve-inch emerald fringe running from armpit to wrist flying."[75]


Witness in DeathEdit


  • "Mavis danced - Eve supposed that was the closest word for it - bouncing and jiggling atop graduated stacked heels that lifted her tiny frame a full six inches from the floor. Their swirling pink and green pattern matched the hair that flew in yard-long braids around her flushed delighted face and fairy body. Her slim legs were green, with little pink butterflies fluttering up in a spiral pattern, then disappearing under the tiny, flippy skirt of fuschia that barely covered her crotch. Her torso was decorated in a crisscross of the two colors with one pretty breast in pink and another in green. Eve could only be relieved that Mavis had chosen to go with green for both eyes. You just never knew."[76]


Judgment in DeathEdit


  • "Mavis Freestone, her hair a riot of flame-colored spikes, whirled over the street at Thirty-fourth. She jiggled, spun, in a few sassy and amusingly placed scraps of electric blue. With each revolution, her hair changed from red to gold to blinding green.[77]
  • "Mavis's eyebrows, currently a neon magenta, rose straight up into her blueberry-colored hair."[78]
  • A short skirted costume of crossed diagonal stripes that ran from deep purple to neon pink and back again. The bodice scooped low and left her shoulder - adorned now with twin pansy tattos - bare. Needle-heeled boots, in the same stripes, rode up her legs to just under crotch level.[79]
  • She was decked out in a swirl of blue feathers over a gold body paint job.[80]


Betrayal in DeathEdit


  • "There was a new temp tattoo decorating Mavis's left cheekbone. It might have been a green cockroach."[81]
  • "Mavis Freestone was a tiny woman, and her designer lover had obviously spared the material when he'd decked her out in what appeared to be three hot pink starbursts. They were placed precisely where the law demanded, and connected with thin silver chains."[82]
  • "Mavis was already whirling into the room on six-inch platform slides that exploded with colored lights at every bouncing step.[83]


Interlude in DeathEdit



Seduction in DeathEdit


  • "Mavis Freestone stood in the doorway in four-inch platform boots that rode up to her crotch in shiny, eye-watering pink. Her hair, tinted to match, seemed to burst out of her head in an explosive topknot. With it, she wore a skimmer in dizzying swirls of pink and blue that fluttered down to meet the top of the boots. She beamed smiles set off by sparkling face studs fixed to the corners of her mouth."[84]
  • "In a smock of dizzying neon swirls of blue and yellow ..."[85]


Reunion in DeathEdit


  • She wore little bunches of purple flowers arranged in strategic points over her body and four-inch, silver, flower stalk heels. Her hair was moonbeam silver with more flowers bursting out of it.[86]


Purity in DeathEdit


  • Two-inch platforms on her purple gel-sandals; a blend of purple, pink and puce, all mixed in a micro-skirt and tit tube; her hair was in countless braids that echoed the colour scheme. Her fingers winked and glowed with rings, and some sort of coil snaked from wrist to elbow.[87] Her eyes were as purple as her shoes and a trio of belly dangles sparkled from her navel.[88]


Portrait in DeathEdit


  • She wore neon gel sandals and her hair was summer blonde today; a conservative color until you got down to the pink and blue tips, and noted those curling tips were topped by tiny silver bells that rang cheerfully with every movement. The sunsuit was short and backless with a complex series of crisscrossing strips of that same pink and blue over each breasts, to a bare midriff and a pair of micro-shorts.[89]
  • "Mavis still had her bells on, and had donned a sunny yellow romper with a woman wearing a black g-string and leather boots painted across the butt."[90]


Imitation in DeathEdit


  • "She'd gone for summer pastels, for her hair in any case, and had swooped it up in some sort of snaky twists that twined gleaming hunks of blue and pink and greens together. They were anchored here and there with lavender pins in the shapes of what Eve took for tiny flowers until she got a closer look and realized they were naked babies curled into the embryonic position. A dozen thin chains of gold and silver dangled from each ear. On each chain, colorful balls hung that clanged together every time she moved. Her tiny body was decked out in a skirt the size of a table napkin, matched with a swingy vest, both in white, and both covered with tiny question marks that echoed the hues of her hair. She wore shoes with one clear strap. The thick soles and clunky heels were filled with more little balls that jingled with each step. Her toenails were painted in every color of the rainbow."[91]


Remember WhenEdit



Divided in DeathEdit


  • "The fact was, she didn't know the last time she'd seen Mavis in something as ordinary as jeans and a T-shirt. Even if the T-shirt stopped a couple of inches above the waist and was covered with red and yellow fringe, it was pretty tame on the Mavis Freestone scale of fashion. Her hair was quietly brown, with only one red and yellow tuft poofed at the crown to liven it up."[92]


Visions in DeathEdit


  • "She stood on the patio in a pair of shimmering green boots that ran up to her knees like a thin coat of paint, where they met equally tight pants in red, no blue, no red. The shimmering green top floated down to her hips, where a lot of beads dangled."[93]


Survivor in DeathEdit


  • "Mavis wore her hair in hundreds of ringlets, bright gold and shimmery green, that spilled around her face like some sort of electric map. Her eyes were gold today as well, tipped with green lashes. She wore a deep purple calf-length coat, which she peeled off upon entering the house to reveal a crotch-length dress in swirls of purple and gold. Her green tights were accented with shiny knee and ankle bracelets and a pair of gold shoes with transparent heels filled with those same colorful swirls. Her bracelets - knee, ankle, wrist - rang like bells as she danced across the floor toward a slack-jawed Nixie.[94]


Origin in DeathEdit


  • "She had traded her usual heels or platforms for gel-soles, but even they were what Eve assumed was the height of fashion. The boots were some sort of abstract pattern of pink on green and rose to the knees. With them Mavis wore a sparkly green skirt with a snug green top that highlighted her protruding belly rather than disguising it. The sleeves of the shirt carried the same pattern as the boots and ended in a lot of pink and green feathers. Her hair was wound high, pink and green ropes. There were feathers hanging from her ears. And a sparkly miniature heart at the corner of one eye.[95]


Memory in DeathEdit


  • Her hair was silver, in a lot of long, shaggy layers. She wore red, so snug Eve wondered how the ball of her belly didn't burst free. In concession to the condition, her silver boots had short, squat heels shaped like Christmas trees. Her eyebrows were a curve of silver stars.[96]


Haunted in DeathEdit



Born in DeathEdit


  • "Her riotous silver curls were tipped in the same sapphire as her lashes. Her eyes were a vivid, unearthly green tonight to match - Eve supposed - the tone of her sweater that fit over her breasts and belly like neon elastic. Numerous loops and squiggles hung from her ears and shot sparks of light as she moved her head. Her sapphire blue pants fit like a second skin."[97]
  • "She all but boinged into the room on pink airboots that slicked up to her knees. Her blue and white skirt fluttered like flower petals beneath the basketball bulge of her belly. The sleeves of her dress displayed a geometric pattern of color that came to points over the backs of her hands. Her hair - a soft, pale blonde today - was scooped back in a long, twisty tail as bouncy as she was."[98]
  • "She pointed down at purple gel-sole boots."[99]
  • "Mavis giggled as Dolly slipped a gown in mad swirls of blue and pink over her head."[100]


Innocent in DeathEdit


  • "Mavis rushed over in green slippers that were made to look like grinning frogs."[101]
  • "A little ball of energy with an explosion of hair currently the color of ripe apricots. She wore a longe suit with more frogs hopping over her legs and a crowned one in the middle of her chest."[102]


Eternity in DeathEdit



Creation in DeathEdit


  • "Mavis bounced over, sending the short, flirty skirt she wore swirling over polka-dot tights. The skirt was candy pink, the tights pink on brilliant blue. She'd gone for the blue in her hair too, Eve noted, in a few wild streaks against silvery blond."[103]


Strangers in DeathEdit


  • She had an explosion of lavender hair with lavender bangs spiking over her eyes.[104]


Salvation in DeathEdit


  • Her hair was currently a sunburst the color of spring leaves; her eyes were the same improbable green as her hair.[105]


Ritual in DeathEdit



Promises in DeathEdit


  • Her hair was an artful tangle of pink-tipped curls and she wore towering, triangular-shaped heels covered with rainbow zigzags. She wore a green-and-pink diamond pattern on her microskirt and had eyes the same sharp green color as her skirt.[106]
  • She was dressed in full party gear of a bride-white mini and knee-high skin-boots of screaming red. Her hair, the same screaming red as the boots, bounced as it tumbled to her waist.[107]
  • She wore a polka-dot tank and striped pants; Bella wore matching sleepwear.[108]


Kindred in DeathEdit


  • Mavis wore a skintight red mini and matching sandals with teetering heels shaped like open hearts.[109]


Missing in DeathEdit



Fantasy in DeathEdit


  • Her hair, summer blond and cotton-candy pink, ... towering toothpicks held on her feet by two skinny crisscrossing straps. Her pink gown caught at the hip with an enormous jeweled pin, flowed and flared with a slit that showed her pretty leg right up to the hip."[110]


Indulgence in DeathEdit



Possession in DeathEdit


  • "... rushed out on silver sandals that laced past the hem of her flippy, thigh-baring lavender skirt. Her hair perched in a crowning tail matched the skirt."[111]


Treachery in DeathEdit



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  106. Promises in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15548-2), p. 66
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  111. Possession in Death (ISBN 978-0-515-14867-1), p. 10

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