Mystery Authors

Michael A. Kahn

Michael A. Kahn

Pseudonym for Michael Baron .Michael Kahn is a trial lawyer by day and an author at night. He wrote his first novel, GRAVE DESIGNS, on a challenge from his wife Margi, who got tired of listening to the same answer whenever she asked him about a book he was reading. Not bad, he would say, but I...
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L. Ron Hubbard

L. Ron Hubbard

L. Ron Hubbard was a popular pulp writer of science fiction, fantasy, adventure, mysteries and westerns during the 1930s and later founder of Dianetics and Scientology.With 19 New York Times bestsellers and more than 350 million copies of his works in circulation, L. Ron Hubbard is among the...
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William G. Tapply

William G. Tapply

William G. Tapply (1940–2009) was an American author best known for writing legal thrillers. A lifelong New Englander, he graduated from Amherst and Harvard before going on to teach social studies at Lexington High School. He published his first novel, Death at Charity’s Point, in 1984. A story...
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Donn Cortez

Donn Cortez

Pseudonyms: Don DeBrandt & DD Barant Donn Cortez is a pseudonym for Canadian author Don DeBrandt. Born in Saskatchewan, he currently lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. In addition to North America, his books have been published in Germany, France, Italy, and Russia. His influences include...
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Victor Slezak

Victor Slezak

Victor Slezak (born July 30, 1957) is an American stage, television and screen actor who has appeared in numerous films, including The Bridges of Madison County (1995), Beyond Rangoon (1995), The Devil's Own (1997), The Siege (1998),The Cat's Meow (2001), Timequest as John F. Kennedy (2002) and...
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James  Bradley

James Bradley

Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information. James is the author of four novels: the critically acclaimed climate change narrative, Clade (Hamish Hamilton 2015), The Resurrectionist (Picador 2006), which explores...
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E.T.A. Hoffmann

E.T.A. Hoffmann

Ernst Theodor Wilhelm Hoffmann, better known by his pen name E. T. A. Hoffmann (Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann), was a German Romantic author of fantasy and horror, a jurist, composer, music critic, draftsman and caricaturist. His stories form the basis of Jacques Offenbach's famous opera The...
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Elizabeth   Crook

Elizabeth Crook

I grew up mostly in San Marcos, Texas, (with a brief time away in Washington D.C and Australia) graduated from San Marcos High School, attended Baylor and Rice, moved for a while to New Braunfels, Texas, and now live in Austin with my husband and kids--Joseph and Lizzie. One of the great...
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Davy Rothbart

Davy Rothbart

Davy Rothbart's magazine Found is dedicated to discarded notes, letters, flyers, photos, lists, and drawings found and sent in by readers. The magazine spawned a best-selling book, Found: The Best Lost, Tossed, and Forgotten Items from Around the World, published in April 2004. A second...
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Janet Caird

Janet Caird

Janet Hinshaw Caird, nee Kirkwood at Livingstonia, Malawi, married to James Bowman Caird, educationist and author (1919-1989).Education: MA, English Literature, University of Edinburg, 1935; University of Grenoble and Sorbonne, University of Paris, 1935-36; St George's College, Edinburg,...
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Michael Lane Turner

Michael Lane Turner

Comic Book Artist. He studied pre-medicine at the University of Tennessee, and then moved to Aspen, Colorado, and later San Diego, where he taught martial arts, became an award winning water skier, and began drawing comic books. In 1994, he was hired by Top Cow Productions in Century City,...
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Jeff Robbins

Jeff Robbins

Jeff Robbins is co-founder and CEO of Lullabot. He worked at O'Reilly & Associates as an illustrator and systems administrator as the world wide web came into being. He was involved in the early stages of the first commercial website, O'Reilly's Global Network Navigator, but left to start one of...
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Elisabeth Sanxay Holding

Elisabeth Sanxay Holding

Elisabeth Sanxay Holding (1889-1955) was born and brought up in New York and educated at Miss Whitcombe's and other schools for young ladies. In 1913 she married George Holding, a British diplomat. They had two daughters and lived in various South American countries, and then in Bermuda, where...
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Stephen B. Oates

Stephen B. Oates

A former professor of history at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is an expert in 19th-century United States history.Oates has written 16 books during his career, including biographies of Martin Luther King, Jr., Abraham Lincoln, Clara Barton, and John Brown, and an account of Nat...
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Sandi Ault

Sandi Ault

Sandi Ault is the award-winning author of the WILD Mystery Series, including WILD INDIGO, WILD INFERNO, WILD SORROW and WILD PENANCE. Ms. Ault 's first novel, WILD INDIGO, debuted to rousing critical acclaim from the likes of The New York Times and The Washington Post. It sold out of its first...
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Steve Allen

Steve Allen

Stephen Valentine Patrick William Steve Allen was an American television personality, musician, actor, comedian, and writer. Though he got his start in radio, Allen is best-known for his television career. He first gained national attention as a guest host on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts. He...
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Henry Chang

Henry Chang

Henry Chang is a New Yorker, a native son of Chinatown and the Lower East Side. His poems have appeared in the seminal Yellow Pearl, anthology, and in Gangs In New York’s Chinatown. He has written for Bridge Magazine, and his fiction has appeared in On A Bed Of Rice and in the NuyorAsian...
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Edward Gorey

Edward Gorey

Born in Chicago, Gorey came from a colorful family; his parents, Helen Dunham Garvey and Edward Lee Gorey, divorced in 1936 when he was 11, then remarried in 1952 when he was 27. One of his step-mothers was Corinna Mura, a cabaret singer who had a brief role in the classic film Casablanca. His...
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Janice Kaplan

Janice Kaplan

Janice Kaplan was the Editor-in-Chief of Parade Magazine, the most widely read publication in America. Widely known for her achievements as a writer, television producer, and magazine editor, she was deputy editor of TV Guide magazine and executive producer of the TV Guide Television Group,...
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Brian Freeman

Brian Freeman

Brian Freeman is an international bestselling author of psychological suspense novels, including the Jonathan Stride and Cab Bolton series. His books have been sold in 46 countries and 20 languages and have appeared as Main Selections in the Literary Guild and the Book of the Month Club. He is...
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John        Baker

John Baker

I’m a novelist and blogger based in the UK. After some time spent in Norway and the South of France I came to settle in York.On my blog are details of my published novels. My blog, in one form or another has been running since August 2002. The main focus of the blog is fiction and writing but...
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Brad O'Leary

Brad O'Leary

Bradley O’Leary has written fifteen books on American politics, romantic travel, and religion in politics. His career in politics included a stint as president of the American Association of Political Consultants, and he has played an active role in a number of American political campaigns,...
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Li Ang

Li Ang

Li Ang (李昂; real name Shih Shu-tuan with Li Ang being her pen name) (born April 7, 1952, in Lukang, Taiwan) is a Taiwanese feminist writer. After graduating from Chinese Culture University with a degree in philosophy, she studied drama at the University of Oregon, after which she returned to...
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Teresa Grant

Teresa Grant

Also known as Tracy Grant .Teresa (Tracy) Grant studied British history at Stanford University and received the Firestone Award for Excellence in Research for her honors thesis on shifting conceptions of honor in late fifteenth century England. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she...
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Lynn Weingarten

Lynn Weingarten

Lynn Weingarten is an editor and New York Times bestselling author living in Brooklyn. Her fourth young adult novel, Suicide From Beautiful Girls, was published by SimonPulse in the US and Egmont/Electric Monkey in the UK. It was on The New York Times bestseller list for five weeks, is a YALSA...
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Anne  Emery

Anne Emery

Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information. Anne Emery is the author of SIGN OF THE CROSS (2006), OBIT (2007), BARRINGTON STREET BLUES (2008), CECILIAN VESPERS (2009) and CHILDREN IN THE MORNING (2010). Anne was...
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Gary  Webb

Gary Webb

Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name. If adding books to this author, please use Gary^^Webb.Gary Stephen Webb was an investigative reporter, focusing on government and private sector corruption and winning more than 30 journalism awards. He was...
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William Murray

William Murray

William Murray was an American fiction editor and staff writer at The New Yorker for more than thirty years. He wrote a series of mystery novels set in the world of horse racing, many featuring Shifty Lou Anderson, a professional magician and horseplayer. Among his many contributions to The New...
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Holly Goddard Jones

Holly Goddard Jones

Holly Goddard Jones is the author of THE NEXT TIME YOU SEE ME (Touchstone, February 2012), a novel, and GIRL TROUBLE: STORIES (Harper Perennial, 2009). Her fiction has appeared most recently in TIN HOUSE and EPOCH, and has been anthologized in BEST AMERICAN MYSTERY STORIES 2008 and NEW STORIES...
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Jonathan  Bennett

Jonathan Bennett

I always wondered why no class existed to help people achieve the most basic of human needs: companionship.So, with my brother, I researched brain science, psychology, evolutionary biology, and other fields to determine what made individuals popular and attractive. Then, I tested these...
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Pattukkottai Prabakar

Pattukkottai Prabakar

Pattukkottai Prabakar (Tamil: பட்டுக்கோட்டை பிரபாகர்) is a prolific writer of Tamil crime and detective fiction. He has also worked as a screenwriter in the Tamil film industry, and also for Paramapadham, the first Tamil-language mega-serial shown on Doordarshan.First published in the 1977 in...
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Michelle Sagara

Michelle Sagara

See also: Michelle Sagara West Michelle West Michelle is an author, book­seller, and lover of liter­ature based in Toronto. She writes fantasy novels as both Michelle Sagara and Michelle West (and some­times as Michelle Sagara West). You can find her books at fine booksellers.She lives in...
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Antal Szerb

Antal Szerb

Szerb was born in 1901 to assimilated Jewish parents in Budapest, but baptized Catholic. He studied Hungarian, German and later English, obtaining a doctorate in 1924. From 1924 to 1929 he lived in France and Italy, also spending a year in London, England.As a student he published essays on...
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Emmuska Orczy

Emmuska Orczy

Full name: Emma (Emmuska) Magdolna Rozália Mária Jozefa Borbála Orczy de Orczi was a Hungarian-British novelist, best remembered as the author of THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL (1905). Baroness Orczy's sequels to the novel were less successful. She was also an artist, and her works were exhibited at the...
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Robert Wilson

Robert Wilson

Robert Wilson has written thirteen novels including the Bruce Medway noir series set in West Africa and two Lisbon books with WW2 settings the first of which, A Small Death in Lisbon, won the CWA Gold Dagger in 1999 and the International Deutsche Krimi prize in 2003. He has written four...
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Heidi E.Y. Stemple

Heidi E.Y. Stemple

Heidi didn’t want to be a writer when she grew up. In fact, after she graduated from college, she became a probation officer in Florida. It wasn’t until she was 28 years old that she gave in and joined the family business, publishing her first short story in a book called Famous Writers and...
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Subha

Subha

Subha is the pseudonym used by Tamil Novelists Suresh and Balakrishnan. The name, 'Subha' has taken from the first letters of these 2 writers. This duo has written nearly 100 novels in Tamil in various genres from 1970s onwards.Subha has written screenplays/dialogues for successful films in...
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McSweeney's Publishing

McSweeney's Publishing

McSweeney's Publishing is an American non-profit publishing house founded by editor Dave Eggers in 1998, headquartered in San Francisco. McSweeney's initially published only the literary journal Timothy McSweeney's Quarterly Concern , but has grown to publish novels, books of poetry, and...
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Wendy  Williams

Wendy Williams

Wendy Joan Williams is an American media personality and New York Times bestselling author. She hosts her own syndicated talk show, The Wendy Williams Show. Williams is known for being a former DJ in New York City, where she gossiped about entertainers and conducted celebrity interviews....
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Tim LaHaye

Tim LaHaye

Timothy Tim F. LaHaye was an American evangelical Christian minister, author, and speaker, best known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction, which he co-wrote with Jerry B. Jenkins .He has written over 50 books, both fiction and non-fiction.
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Frank Serpico

Frank Serpico

Francesco Vincent Frank Serpico is a retired American New York City Police Department (NYPD) officer who is famous for blowing the whistle on police corruption in the late 1960s and early 1970s, an act that prompted Mayor John V. Lindsay to appoint the landmark Knapp Commission to investigate...
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Mildred Benson

Mildred Benson

Mildred Augustine Wirt Benson (aka: Mildred A. Wirt ). Benson was a journalist and author of children's stories. She was a member of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, a team of ghostwriters whose work included the Nancy Drew series (writing as Carolyn Keene ).Other pseudonyms: Frank Bell , Joan...
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George K. Wilson

George K. Wilson

George K. Wilson has narrated over one hundred fiction and nonfiction audiobook titles, from Thomas L. Friedman to Thomas Pynchon, and has won several AudioFile Earphones Awards. He spent ten years in broadcast news, including for the American Forces Radio and Television Service and for rock...
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Hergé

Hergé

Georges Prosper Remi (22 May 1907 – 3 March 1983), better known by the pen name Hergé, was a Belgian comics writer and artist.His best known and most substantial work is The Adventures of Tintin comic book series, which he wrote and illustrated from 1929 until his death in 1983, leaving the...
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S.K. Rizzolo

S.K. Rizzolo

I am the daughter of an Italian-American avid reader and an Arkansas farm boy turned oilman. After being raised in Libya and Saudi Arabia, I returned to the United States for high school. In college I majored in English with no clue as to how I meant to support myself, eventually earning an M.A....
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Andrews & Austin

Andrews & Austin

Andrews was a radio broadcaster in NYC before leaving to become Creative VP of the largest ad agency in the southeast. She later joined one of the most extensive movie studio conglomerates in the world, where she managed a division of network programming. After forming her own production...
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Chad       Taylor

Chad Taylor

Chad Taylor is the author of the novels Departure Lounge, Electric, Shirker, Heaven and Pack of Lies. He was awarded the Buddle Findlay Sargeson Fellowship in 2001 and the Auckland University Literary Fellowship in 2003. Heaven was made into a feature film by Miramax, and his novels and short...
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Saki

Saki

Hector Hugh Munro, better known by the pen name Saki, was born in Akyab, Burma (now known as Sittwe, Myanmar), was a British writer, whose witty and sometimes macabre stories satirized Edwardian society and culture. He is considered a master of the short story and is often compared to O. Henry...
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Pierdomenico Baccalario

Pierdomenico Baccalario

P. D. BACCALARIO was born in Acqui Terme, a beautiful little town in the Piedmont region of Northern Italy. He grew up in the middle of the woods with his three dogs and his black bicycle. He loves seeing new places and discovering new lifestyles, although, in the end, he always returns to the...
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Gabriel Rodríguez

Gabriel Rodríguez

Architect, artist and illustrator. He started his career with myth based illustrations for card games, and then jumped into the world of professional comics working with IDW Publishing. In addition to his current work in Locke & Key, his collaborations with IDW include Clive Barker’s The Great...
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Mary  Howard

Mary Howard

Though I was born in Iowa, I flew off to Southern California in my youth to live by the Pacific for a while and figure out where to go from there. Later I lived in Woodstock, Illinois, for years, a forty-minute train ride from downtown Chicago, on Lake Michigan. Attracted by water both times, I...
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P.M. Richter

P.M. Richter

_____________________________Goodreads Giveaway - DEADLY FUN - see it here: https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/sh... __________________________BOOKS BY P.M. RICHTERThe Living Image - Thriller http://www.amazon.com/dp/B003YUCCDG Midnight Reflections - Romantic Suspense ...
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Jefferson Bass

Jefferson Bass

Jefferson Bass on FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/JeffersonBass... Jon Jefferson http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/... Bill Bass http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/... Jefferson Bass is the pen name of Jon Jefferson, writer, and Dr. Bill Bass, renowned forensic anthropologist. Jefferson...
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Chris Mooney

Chris Mooney

Chris Mooney is the critically acclaimed author of Deviant Ways, World Without End, and Remembering Sarah, which was nominated for the Barry Award and the Edgar Award for Best Novel. He lives in Boston with his wife and son. Series:* Darby McCormick
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Indira Soundarrajan

Indira Soundarrajan

Indra Soundar Rajan (Tamil: இந்திரா சௌந்தர்ராஜன், born. 13 November 1958) is the pen name of P. Soundar Rajan, a well-known Tamil author of short stories, novels, television serials, and screenplays. He lives in Madurai.He is something of an expert on South Indian Hindu traditions and...
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Matt Birkbeck

Matt Birkbeck

Matt Birkbeck is an award-winning investigative journalist and critically acclaimed author. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Reader's Digest, Boston Magazine and the Philadelphia Inquirer. He is the author of The Quiet Don, the best-selling book on Mafia boss Russell...
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Sudhir Venkatesh

Sudhir Venkatesh

Sudhir Venkatesh is William B. Ransford Professor of Sociology, and the Committee on Global Thought, at Columbia University in the City of New York.His most recent book is Gang Leader for a Day (Penguin Press). Gang Leader received a Best Book award from The Economist, and is currently being...
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Michael    Norman

Michael Norman

Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information. Michael D. Norman lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, with his wife Diane and their two pit bulls, Joyce and Eddie. He is a former police officer, state parole board member,...
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John Elliot Drinkwater Bethune

John Elliot Drinkwater Bethune

John Elliot Drinkwater Bethune (1801–1851), previously John Elliot Drinkwater, a barrister and law member of the Governor-General's Council, was an Anglo-Indian lawyer and a pioneer in promoting women's education in 19th-century India. When his father added 'Bethune' to his name, he did...
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Sarah Mussi

Sarah Mussi

Sarah Mussi was born in Gloucestershire. After her education at a girl’s school in Cheltenham, she completed a post graduate degree at the Royal College of Art before leaving the UK for West Africa. She lived in Ghana, West Africa for over eighteen years, marrying a Ghanaian and teaching in...
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Geoffrey Knight

Geoffrey Knight

From palace-hopping across the Rajasthan Desert to sleeping in train stations in Bulgaria, from spinning prayer-wheels in Kathmandu to exploring the skull-gated graveyards of the indigenous Balinese tribes, Geoffrey Knight has been a traveller ever since he could scrape together enough money to...
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Richard Rubin

Richard Rubin

Richard Rubin is the author of the upcoming BACK OVER THERE from St. Martin's Press. He is also the author of The Last of the Doughboys: The Forgotten Generation and Their Forgotten World War and Confederacy of Silence: A True Tale of the New Old South, as well as scores of pieces for The New...
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Joe   Moore

Joe Moore

International bestselling co-author of THE PHOENIX APOSTLES (#1 bestselling Kindle book on Amazon), THE GRAIL CONSPIRACY (#1 bestselling Kindle book on Amazon), THE LAST SECRET, THE HADES PROJECT, THE 731 LEGACY, THE BLADE and THE SHIELD.
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Helen de Guerry Simpson

Helen de Guerry Simpson

NOT Helen Simpson short story writer, born 1959. Helen Simpson was an Australian-born writer, who lived in England from the age of 16. She studied music at Oxford, before becoming a novelist, a writer of historical biography, a radio broadcaster and a politician. She joined the 1931 Detection...
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Nick Rennison

Nick Rennison

Nick Rennison is a writer, editor and bookseller. His books include Sherlock Holmes: An Unauthorised Biography, Robin Hood: Myth, History, Culture, The Bloomsbury Good Reading Guide and 100 Must-Read Historical Novels. He is a regular reviewer of historical fiction for both The Sunday Times and...
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Ayşe Kulin

Ayşe Kulin

Ayşe Kulin is a Turkish contemporary novelist and columnist.Kulin graduated in literature from the American College for Girls in Arnavutköy. She released a collection of short stories titled Güneşe Dön Yüzünü in 1984. A short story from this called Gülizar was made into a film titled Kırık Bebek...
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Tamara Jones

Tamara Jones

Tamara started her academic career as a science geek, earned a degree in art, and, when she's not making quilts or herding cats, writes tense thrillers as Tamara Jones and the award-winning Dubric Byerly Mysteries series (Bantam Spectra), as Tamara Siler Jones. Despite the violent nature of her...
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Michael  Jensen

Michael Jensen

Sign up for my newsletter and get Man & Beast for free! I am an author, editor, and lover of all things dark chocolate. My books of gay historical fiction include two series, The Drowning World, which is set in 5500 B.C., and The Savage Land, which takes place on the American frontier. Man &...
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Adrian Geoffrey Gilbert

Adrian Geoffrey Gilbert

Adrian Gilbert is a bestselling British author and independent publisher who lives in England. His books are centred on investigations into ancient Esoteric knowledge and religious Mysteries.Adrian was born in Beckenham, Kent, England. His primary school was Bishop Challoner School, Shortlands,...
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Catherine Gildiner

Catherine Gildiner

Catherine has written two best selling memoirs. The first is called TOO CLOSE TO THE FALLS and was on the best seller's lists for two years. It is about working full time from the age of four.Her next memoir AFTER THE FALLS covers her teenage and college years where she got involved in civil...
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Taylor McCafferty

Taylor McCafferty

A pseudonym used by Barbara Taylor McCafferty .
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Adam-Troy Castro

Adam-Troy Castro

Adam-Troy Castro made his first professional sale to Spy magazine in 1987. Since then, he's published 12 books and almost 80 short stories. Among those stories are Baby Girl Diamond (nominated for the Bram Stoker Award) and The Funeral March of the Marionettes (nominated for the Hugo and Nebula...
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Michelle Buckman

Michelle Buckman

My writing journey began in my youth. Although born in New York, most of my childhood was spent in Ontario, Canada, and many long winter nights were spent reading an abundence of novels and penning tales. My family moved to North Carolina while I was a teenybopper, which was a great relief for...
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Christine Morton-Shaw

Christine Morton-Shaw

I'm a writer of children's picture books and two novels. You can find out more about my first YA novel, THE RIDDLES OF EPSILON at www.riddlesofepsilon.com , whileOther details of my books can be found if you type in my name to google. As for me, I'm generally considered a bit spooky, a bit mad...
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Kathryn R. Wall

Kathryn R. Wall

Kathy wrote her first story at the age of six, then decided to take a few decades off. She grew up in a small town in northeastern Ohio and attended college in both Ohio and Pennsylvania. For twenty-five years she practiced her profession as an accountant in both public and private practice. In...
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Peter Meyer

Peter Meyer

Peter Meyer is a former News Editor of Life magazine and the author of numerous nonfiction books, including the critically acclaimed The Yale Murder (Empire Books, 1982; Berkley Books, 1983) and Death of Innocence (G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1985; Berkley Books, 1986). Over the course of his...
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Pam Jenoff

Pam Jenoff

Pam Jenoff was born in Maryland and raised outside Philadelphia. She attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and Cambridge University in England. Upon receiving her master’s in history from Cambridge, she accepted an appointment as Special Assistant to the Secretary of the...
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Robert L. Snow

Robert L. Snow

Robert L. Snow served for 38 years at the Indianapolis Police Department, retiring in 2007 with the rank of captain. While at the police department, he served in such capacities as Department Executive Officer, Captain of Detectives, and Commander of the Homicide Branch. Snow has also been a...
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Doris Mortman

Doris Mortman

I was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico—before it was chic. My family moved to the East when I was three. I grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey and went to Skidmore College when it was still an all girl's school.Being a lifelong wordsmith led me to such jobs as writing copy at ad agencies and doing sales...
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Therese Szymanski

Therese Szymanski

Therese (Reese) Szymanski is an award-winning playwright who has been short-listed for a few Lammies, a few Goldies and a Spectrum, and made the Publishing Triangle’s list of Notable Lesbian Books in 2004 and was chosen for an Alice B. Reader’s Appreciation Award for 2008. She’s written eight...
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