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European Crime Writers

These are the homepages of European authors that I've managed to find! Please email to add yours or other authors to the list.

The page is divided into: CONTEMPORARY authors, AUTHOR GROUPS and CLASSIC authors



CONTEMPORARY authors
  • Abécassis, Eliette author of 'The Qumran Mystery'. (site is in French)


  • Adams, Will author of the Daniel Knox series, and two standalone thrillers.


  • Adler-Olsen, Jussi Danish author whose 'Mercy' is due out in English in 2011.


  • Aird, Catherine creator of the DI CD Sloan series


  • Akunin, Boris official (US) site for the author of the Erast Fandorin and Sister Pelagia series.


  • Alec, W author of the 'Chronicles of Brothers' series.


  • Alexander, Tasha author of the historical Lady Emily series.


  • Allen, Conrad writes a series set on cruise ships from long ago. Also known as Edward Marston.


  • Allen, Michael thriller writer, also known as Michael Bradford, Patrick Read and writer of the 'Grumpy Old Bookman' blog.


  • Alleyn, Susanne author of the Aristide Ravel series set in Revolutionary France.


  • Alper, Debi author of 'Nirvana Bites' and 'Trading Tatiana'.


  • Alvtegen, Karin Swedish author of 'Missing', 'Betrayal', 'Shame' and 'Shadow' (2009).


  • Anderson, Lin creator of Glasgow based forensic scientist Rhona MacLeod.


  • Andrews, Phil author of two football centred crime novels.


  • Anthony, Michael David the late author of four crime novels.


  • Appignanesi, Lisa author of three crime novels as well as other novels and non-fiction works.


  • Archer, Jeffrey author of Kane & Abel and several other thrillers. Most recent is 'A Prisoner of Birth' (2008).


  • Arjouni, Jakob No Exit Press page for the author of the PI Kayankaya series set in Frankfurt.


  • Armour, Richard author of 'The Habit' and the forthcoming 'The Lottery Killer'.


  • Armstrong, Campbell author of the Frank Pagan series, the Lou Perlman series and a number of stand alone novels.


  • Arnott, Jake author of several novels including the televised 'The Long Firm'.


  • Asensi, Matilde author of 'The Last Cato'.


  • Asher, Michael is "an award-winning desert explorer, a best-selling author of both fiction and non-fiction, and a leader of adventure expeditions in the desert".


  • Ashford, Lindsay author of a series featuring investigative psychologist Megan Rhys.


  • Ashton, David actor and author of 'The Shadow of the Serpent' featuring real life Victorian policeman McLevy.


  • Astbury, Margaret best selling author Meg Hutchinson has written three crime novels under her real name.


  • Atkinson, Kate this Whitbread winner's latest books are crime novels featuring Jackson Brodie, former PI.


  • Atxaga, Bernardo Basque author of 'The Lone Man'.


  • Aylett, Steve whose works are a mix of science fiction and crime. 'Atom' is a 'Maltese Falcon' parody.


  • Baantjer, Albert Cornelis (in Dutch). Reported to be the Conan Doyle of the Netherlands.


  • Baby, Andre K author of the Thierry Dulac, Interpol series.


  • Badenoch, Andrea author of four crime novels before her untimely death in 2004 (Obituary from the Independent)


  • Bagge, Tapani an interview with this Finnish crime writer whose first novel is currently being translated into English.


  • Bailey, Elizabeth author of the Georgian Lady Fan series.


  • Baird, John author of 'Chasing Shadows'.


  • Baker, Adam author of 'Outpost' a post-apocalyptic thriller.


  • Baker, John author of the Sam Turner and Stone Lewis series.


  • Baker, Martin a non-fiction writer, the first part of a thriller trilogy will be out in 2008.


  • Baker, Sam author of 'Fashion Victim' and 'This Year's Model'.


  • Bale, Tom author of 'Skin and Bones', set in Sussex.


  • Banks, Carla a pen name for Danuta Reah which debuted in 2005 with 'The Forest of Souls'.


  • Banks, Ray new noir author writing a series featuring Manchester PI Callum Innes.


  • Bannister, Jo a short biography, plus bibliography, on her agent's page.


  • Barclay, Alex author of the 'Darkhouse' set in Ireland.


  • Barr, Marcus author of 'Haggard Hawk' and scriptwriter for Midsomer Murders.


  • Barrington, James author of the Paul Richter, British Agent series.


  • Barron, Stephanie American author of the Jane Austen mystery series.


  • Barry, David actor and author of 'Mr Micawber Down Under'.


  • Bar-Zohar, Michael Born in Bulgaria but immigrated to Israel.


  • Bateman, Colin author of the Dan Starkey novels including 'Divorcing Jack' which was made into a film.


  • Bates, Quentin author of the Gunnhildur series set in Iceland.


  • Bauer, Belinda author of the CWA Gold Dagger Award-winning 'Blacklands'.


  • Beaton, M C author of the Hamish Macbeth and Agatha Raisin series.


  • Bebris, Carrie A American author of the Mr and Mrs Darcy mystery series.


  • Beckett, Simon author of 'The Chemistry of Death' and 'Written in Bone' both featuring Dr David Hunter.


  • Bedford, Martyn author of five novels including 'The Houdini Girl' (Publisher's Page).


  • Beechey, Alan British author now living in New York, writes the funny (ha ha) Oliver Swithin series.


  • Beirne, Gerard Irish author of 'The Eskimo in the Net'.


  • Bell, Pauline author of the DI Benny Mitchell series set in West Yorkshire.


  • Benedict, A K author of 'The Beauty of Murder' (2013).


  • Benison, C C author of "Her Majesty Investigates" series and the "Father Tom Christmas" series.


  • Benn, James R author of the Billy Boyle series set in WW2.


  • Bennett, Ronan his latest is currently being serialised in The Observer, 'Zugzwang' is a "a tense political thriller set in St Petersburg in 1914".


  • Benoit, Michel publisher's page for the author of 'The Thirteenth Apostle'.


  • Bibby, Bob author of the DCI Tallyforth series set mostly in the West Midlands.


  • Billingham, Mark author of the DI Thorne series.


  • Black, Benjamin author of the Quirke series (aka John Banville).


  • Black, Cara American author of the Aimee Leduc series set in Paris.


  • Black, Helen author of 'Damaged Goods'.


  • Black, Sean author of the Ryan Lock series set in America.


  • Black, Tony author of the Gus Dury (hack turned investigator) series set in Edinburgh.


  • Blaedel, Sara author of the DI Louise Rick series.


  • Blundy, Anna author of the Faith Zanetti, war correspondent, series.


  • Bolitho, Janie fan site for the late author of the Rose Trevelyn and Ian Roper series.


  • Bolton, S J/Sharon author of 'Sacrifice' set in Shetland and 'Awakening'.


  • Bonavero, Yves publisher's page for the author of 'Something in the Sea'.


  • Bond, Michael author of the Paddington Bear books as well as the food critic Monsieur Pamplemousse series.


  • Booth, Stephen author of the acclaimed Ben Cooper and Diane Fry series, set in the Peak District.


  • Bowen, Rhys author of the Evan Evans cozies set in Wales, the historical Molly Murphy series in New York and the Lady Georgie series.


  • Boyle, Daniel writer for tv shows Morse, Taggard, Rebus and Lewis and now his own book, 'Illusion', the first in the John Paris PI series.


  • Bradley, Alan Canadian author of the Buckshaw Chronicles set in 1950s England.


  • Brady, John author of the Dublin based Matt Minogue series.


  • Brandon, Ruth non-fiction writer returning to crime fiction with a new series starring Reggie Lee, Art Curator.


  • Brandreth, Gyles website for his Oscar Wilde mystery series.


  • Braun, Audrey author of the Celia Hagen series set partly in Europe.


  • Brenchley, Chaz crime and fantasy author and member of the Murder Squad.


  • Brennan, Gerard author of 'Undercover' set in Belfast.


  • Brett, Simon author of the Charles Paris, Mrs Pargeter and Fethering series.


  • Brightwell, Emily American author of the Victorian Mrs Jeffries series.


  • Brill, Marius author of 'Making Love' a book that tells its own story.


  • Brimson, Dougie author of a series featuring football hooligan Billy Evans and is also the author of the film Hooligans starring Elijah Wood.


  • Britton, Andrew author of the Ryan Kealey series.


  • Broadbent, Tony author of 'The Smoke' and 'Spectres in the Smoke' set in 1940s London.


  • Brody, Frances author of the Kate Shackleton series et in 1920s Bradford.


  • Brooke, Anne author of 'A Dangerous Man' and 'The Hit List'.


  • Brooke, P J husband and wife team whose first book is 'Blood Wedding', set in Granada.


  • Brookmyre, Christopher Scottish author of the Jack Parlabane series.


  • Brophy, Grace author of the Italian series featuring Commissario Alessandro Cenni.


  • Brown, Gordon author of 'Falling' set in Glasgow.


  • Brown, Molly author of "Invitation to a Funeral" a 17thC mystery featuring playwright Aphra Behn.


  • Brownlee, Nick author of a series starring "Kenya-based crimebusters Jake Moore and Daniel Jouma".


  • Bruce, Alison author of the DC Gary Goodhew series set in Cambridge.


  • Bruce, Jean author of the Secret Agent OSS117 series (in French).


  • Bruen, Ken author of the Brant and Jack Taylor series(s).


  • Bryers, Paul the publisher's website for the author of 'The Used Women's Book Club'.


  • Buck, Simon author of the Peter White adventures, beginning with 'Library of the Soul'.


  • Burdett, John author of the Sonchai Jitpleecheep series set in Thailand.


  • Burke, Declan blog from the author of 'Eight-ball Boogie' and 'The Big O'.


  • Burke, Richard author of the psychological thrillers, 'Frozen' and 'Redemption'.


  • Burley, W J author of the Wycliffe series.


  • Burnside, John author of 'The Locust Room' set in Cambridge in 1975.


  • Burrows, Steve author of the 'Birder Murder' series.


  • Cain, Tom blog for this pseudonymous author of 'The Accident Man'.


  • Callinan, David author of "two near-the-knuckle metaphysical psycho-thrillers".


  • Cameron, Jeremy author of the Nicky Burkett series, the latest is 2004's 'Wider Than Walthamstow'.


  • Camilleri, Andrea an article on the author of the Sicilian Inspector Montalbano series.


  • Campbell, Aifric author of The Semantics of Murder.


  • Campbell, Colin author of 'Through the Ruins of Midnight' described as "Heartbeat with teeth".


  • Campbell, Karen author of The Twilight Time starring Glasgow police officer Anna Cameron.


  • Campion, Alexander author of the Capucine Le Tellier, French Detective, series.


  • Cantrell, Rebecca American author of the Hannah Vogel series set in 1930s Berlin.


  • Cappellani, Ottavio author of Who Is Lou Sciortino?: A Novel about Murder, the Movies, and Mafia Family Values.


  • Carlotto, Massimo a jam packed homepage of the Italian author of the 'Alligator' series (in Italian).


  • Carmack, Amanda author of the Elizabethan Mystery series featuring musician Kate Haywood.


  • Carofiglio, Gianrico publisher's page for this highly thought of Italian author.


  • Carol, James author of the Jefferson Winter series.


  • Carr, Carol K


  • Carson, Paul author of 5 standalone novels.


  • Carter, Chris author of the Detective Robert Hunter series set in LA.


  • Carter, Maureen writes a series set in Birmingham featuring DS Bev Morriss.


  • Carver, Caroline/CJ British author of three novels set in Australia, one in Alaska and now a new series featuring ex-army captain Jay McCaulay.


  • Carver, Will author of Girl 4.


  • Caudwell, Sarah the late author of four Hilary Tamar novels.


  • Caveney, Philip Welsh author of thrillers


  • Challinor, C S American author of the Rex Graves series which begins with 'Christmas is Murder'.


  • Challis, Joanna Australian author of 'The Manorhouse Murders' series starring Daphne du Maurier.


  • Chambers, Kimberley author of eight novels including the Frankie Mitchell series.


  • Chance, Alex author of The Final Days (2008).


  • Charles, Kate American author of the 'The Book of Psalms Series' featuring Lucy Kingsley and David Middleton-Brown and more recently the Callie Anson, Curate series.


  • Charles, Paul author of the Inspector Christy Kennedy and now the Garda Inspector Starrett series.


  • Charlton, Karen author of historical crime novels 'Catching the Eagle' and 'The Missing Heiress'.


  • Charney, Noah American author of The Art Thief.


  • Charters, Charlie author of 'Bolt Action'.


  • Chattam, Maxim/Maxime author of The Cairo Diary (Le Sang du temps). NB. Website is in French.


  • Chatterton, Ed author of the DI Keane series set in Liverpool.


  • Child, Lee British author now living in the US, writes the Jack Reacher series. (US website)


  • Child, Lee the UK website for Jack Reacher fans.


  • Chisholm, P F author of the Robert Carey series and also known as Patricia Finney.


  • Churton, Alex author of 'The Babylon Gene'.


  • Citron, Lana publisher's page for the author of the Issy Brodsky PI series.


  • Clare, Alys author of the historical Hawkenlye series.


  • Claridge, Marten author of the Detective Inspector Frank McMorran series.


  • Clark, Cassandra author of the Abbess of Meaux Medieval Mystery Series.


  • Clark, Clare author of 'The Great Stink'. (Agent's page)


  • Clarke, Stephen author of the 'Merde' series, the latest and last of which is the spoof thriller 'Dial M for Merde'.


  • Claudel, Philippe author of the award winning 'Grey Souls'.


  • Cleave, Chris author of 'Incendiary.


  • Cleeland, Anne American author of the 'Acton and Doyle Scotland Yard Mysteries'.


  • Cleeves, Ann author of two series before moving on to writing psychological stand-alone novels and now the Shetland Quars.


  • Clements, Rory author of the Elizabethan John Shakespeare series.


  • Clooney, Ron author of 'Pancardi's Pride' and 'A Measure of Wheat for a Penny'.


  • Cole, Martina sucessful author of East End London based novels.


  • Colitto, Alfredo Italian author of 'Inquisition' (May 11).


  • Collett, Chris author of the DI Tom Mariner series set in Birmingham.


  • Collins, Hugh author of a series featuring Glaswegian crook Johnny McGinty.


  • Collins, Michael an interview on the Orion website. His latest book is 'The Secret Life of E.Robert Pendleton', in 2006.


  • Connolly, John Irish author of the award winning Charlie 'Bird' Parker series.


  • Connor, Alex website for 'The Rembrandt Secret' published January 2011.


  • Conway, Simon author of 'Damaged', 'Rage' and 'A Loyal Spy' (2010).


  • Cook, Judith author of the Elizabethan 'Forman' series and a new contemporary Chief Insp. John Latymer series.


  • Cookman, Lesley author of 'Murder in Steeple Martin', first in a series of village mysteries.


  • Coombs, Neil author of 'Dark Windows'.


  • Cooper, Natasha/N J author of the Willow King and Trish Maguire series.


  • Corbin, Julie Scottish author of 'Tell Me No Secrets'.


  • Corby, Gary author of 'The Pericles Commission'.


  • Corderoy, Conor author of the SF-Crime thriller, 'Dark Rain'.


  • Cordy, Michael author of several crime novels, most recently 'The Colour of Death'.


  • Cornwell, Bernard author of several sea faring thrillers as well as his historical works.


  • Costantini, Roberto author of 'The Deliverance of Evil'.


  • Cotterill, Colin author of the Dr Siri Paiboun series set in Laos.


  • Coward, Mat author of the DI Don Packham and DC Frank Mitchell series.


  • Cox, Michael author of the Victorian era, 'The Meaning of Night'.


  • Craig, James author of the Inspector John Carlyle series set in London.


  • Craske, Darren author of the Victorian Cornelius Quaint series.


  • Crawford, Dean author of the Ethan Warner thrillers.


  • Creed, Adam publisher's website for the author of the DI Wagstaffe series.


  • Cregan, Sean author of the gothic-punk contemporary urban thriller 'The Levels' (Jan 2010).


  • Crombie, Deborah American author of the British police procedural series featuring Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James.


  • Crompton, Richard author of the Mollel series set in Kenya.


  • Cross, Neil author of Burial and Captured.


  • Crouch, Julia author of 'Cuckoo' published in March 2011.


  • Crow, Donna Fletcher author of 'The Monastery Murders' series beginning in 2010 with 'A Very Private Grave' and the Victorian 'Lord Danvers' series.


  • Crow, Lauren author of the DCI Jack Hawksworth series. (NB. Book two is published under the author's real name of Fiona McIntosh).


  • Cumming, Charles author of 'The Spanish Game'.


  • Cutler, Judith Birmingham author of two Brum set series, two Kent based series and some standalones.


  • Dahl, Arne author of the "Intercrime" series.


  • Dahl, K O his English language debut is 'The Fourth Man' in 2007. (NB. website is in Norwegian)


  • Dams, Jeanne M author of the Dorothy Martin series.


  • Danks, Denise author of the Georgina Powers novels.


  • David, Saul author of Zulu Hart (2009).


  • Davies, David Stuart author of the 1940s Johnny One Eye series plus several Sherlock Holmes novels and a former editor of 'Sherlock' magazine.


  • Davies, Jonathan Britain's answer to John Grisham.


  • Davies, Linda author of several financial thrillers.


  • Davis, Carol Anne Sob Story is her fifth crime novel.


  • Davis, Lindsey author of the Falco series.


  • Davison, Philip a short bio of the Irish writer of the Harry Fielding series.


  • Davison, Stephen debut author of 'Kill & Cure'.


  • Dawson, Adrian author of 'Codex'.


  • Dawson, Jill author of 'Watch Me Disappear'.


  • Dawson, Mark an interview with the author of two novels set in the music industry.


  • de Paz, Pedro author of 'The Man Who Killed Durruti'. NB. website is in Spanish.


  • Dean, Anna author of the Miss Dido Kent series set in Regency times.


  • Denby, Joolz a CWA prize winnner, her fourth novel is out in 2006.


  • Dennison, Hannah author of the Vicky Hill series set in Devon.


  • Dexter, Colin The Official Inspector Morse Website.


  • Dexter, Gary author of 'The Oxford Despoiler: and Other Mysteries from the Casebook of Henry St Liver'.


  • Dias, Dexter author of five novels concerning the criminal justice system.


  • Dibdin, Michael obituary for the author of the Aurelio Zen series set in Italy.


  • Dickinson, Matt film-maker and author of High Risk and Black Ice.


  • Dickinson, Peter the CWA Golden Dagger winner.


  • Dobbs, Michael perhaps most well known for his Francis Urquhart trilogy, made into a BBC tv series starring Ian Richardson.


  • Doherty, Berlie children's author whose also written 'A Beautiful Place for a Murder' set in Derbyshire.


  • Doherty, P C/Paul prolific writer of historical crime fiction.


  • Done, Stephen author of the 1940s set Inspector Vignoles, railway detective, series.


  • Donovan, Michael author of 'Behind Closed Doors'.


  • Doughty, Louise author of several novels which involve crime to a varying degree.


  • Douglas, James author of 'The Doomsday Testament'.


  • Downie, Ruth (R S) author of the Ruso series set in Roman Britain.


  • Downing, David author of 'Zoo Station', the first in a planned series set in Berlin between 1936 and 1940.


  • Doyle, Rose her latest novel is a crime novel - 'Shadows Will Fall' - "a story of murder, and love and betrayal".


  • Dronfield, Jeremy author of four books including Memorial Dagger shortlisted 'The Locust Farm'.


  • Dugdall, Ruth author of the CWA Dagger winning 'The Woman Before Me'.


  • Duke, Simon author of 'Out of Bounds'.


  • Dunant, Sarah author of the Hannah Wolfe series.


  • Duncan, Elizabeth J author of the Penny Brannigan series set in North Wales.


  • Duncan, Rod author of three Leicester based novels.


  • Duncker, Patricia author of 'The Strange Case of the Composer and His Judge'.


  • Dunn, Carola British born author now living in the US and writer of the 1920s Daisy Dalrymple mysteries.


  • Dunne, Steven author of The Reaper set in Derbyshire.


  • Dunnett, Dorothy late author of the 'Dolly' mysteries as well as the two bestselling historical series.


  • Duns, Jeremy his first novel, 'Free Agent', a spy thriller came out in 2009.


  • Easter, Patrick author of the 18thC Tom Pascoe, River Surveyor series


  • Eastland, Sam author of the Inspector Pekkala series set in Revolutionary Russia.


  • Edwards, Martin author of the Harry Devlin series, the Lake District series and member of the Murder Squad.


  • Edwards, Ruth Dudley author of the humorous Robert Amiss series.


  • Edwardson, Ake fansite for the Swedish author of the Erik Winter series.


  • Egeland, Tom Norwegian author of The Guardians of the Covenant.


  • Egholm, Elsebeth the Danish author's first book in translation, 'Next of Kin' will be published in Australia in April 2011.


  • Ellis, Joy author of the DI Nikki Galena series set in the fenland town of Greenborough.


  • Ellis, Kate author of the Wesley Peterson series set in Devon.


  • Ellis, Mark author of the Frank Merlin series set during WW2.


  • Ellis, Ron author of the 'Johnny Ace' series.


  • Ellis, Warren author of 'Crooked Little Vein' and 'Gun Machine'.


  • Ellory, Roger Jon/R J author of US based crime novels, the latest being 2010's 'Saints of New York'.


  • Elton, Ben comedian, co-writer of Blackadder and a CWA Dagger winning author for 'Popcorn'.


  • Emerson, C J debuts in October 2006 with 'Objects of Desire', a contemporary psychological thriller.


  • Emerson, Kathy Lynn American author of the 'Face Down' series starring Elizabethan gentlewoman Lady Appleton.


  • Ennis, Michael author of 'The Malice of Fortune'.


  • Entwhistle, Vaughn author of 'The Paranormal Casebooks of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle'.


  • Eriksson, Kjell a few details about this award winning Swedish author.


  • Esler, Gavin BBC journalist who's written several thrillers.


  • Evans, Geraldine author of two police procedural series.


  • Evans, Liz author of the hilarious Grace Smith PI novels, a sixth came out in 2005.


  • Evans, Penelope her most recent book is 'The Weight of Water' (2009).


  • Ewan, Chris his first novel 'The Good Thief's Guide to Amsterdam', featuring novelist-thief Charlie Howard was published in 2007.


  • Falconer, Duncan formerly of the British Special Boat Service he writes a series featuring a SBS Operative.


  • Faulks, Sebastian author of the Bond book 'Devil May Care' (as Ian Fleming).


  • Fauth, Jurgen author of 'Kino' (2012).


  • Ferris, Gordon author of the Danny McRae series set in post-war London.


  • Fforde, Jasper author of the wildly inventive Thursday Next (LiteraTec) series and now the Nursery Crime series.


  • Finch, Charles American author of the Victorian Charles Lenox series.


  • Finch, Paul author of the Detective Mark 'Heck' Heckenberg series.


  • Finn, Robert author of 'Adept' and 'Ex Machina'.


  • Finney, Patricia also writes as P F Chisholm.


  • Finnis, Jane writes the Aurelia Marcella series set in Roman Britain.


  • Fioretos, Aris interview with the Swedish author of 'The Truth About Sascha Knisch'.


  • Fithon, Robbie author of the 'Rainy City' series, set in Manchester.


  • Fitzek, Sebastian author of 'Therapy'.


  • Fitzgerald, Conor agent's page for the author of the Alec Blume series, set in Italy.


  • FitzGerald, Helen author of 'Dead Lovely'.


  • Fitzpatrick, Kylie author of The Ninth Stone.


  • Flanders, Judith author of 'Writers' Block' (2014),


  • Fletcher, Nick author of the Max Slater, PI, series.


  • Flower, Derek Adie author of INQUEST ON IMHOTEP Beyond The White Walls.


  • Follett, Ken best selling suspense and thriller author.


  • Forbes, Colin author of 33 books and most recently the 'Tweed' series.


  • Forsyth, Frederick the official UK site for the author of 'The Day of the Jackal'.


  • Foss, Jason author of the Jeffrey Flint series featuring an archaelogical lecturer and a new series with Maddy Crowe, an archaeological illustrator and ancient costume expert.


  • Fowler, Christopher writes a crime series featuring two London policeman, Bryant and May.


  • Fox, Essie author of the Victorian gothic mystery The Somnambulist (5/11).


  • Francis, Clare author of 10 thrillers and several books about her sailing experiences.


  • Francis, Dick part of the Dick Francis WebRing, a collection of about a dozen sites.


  • Francis, June author of family sagas who writes the occasional crime novel eg 'Tilly's Story'.


  • Francome, John short run down on the ex jockey turned writer.


  • Franklin, Ariana author of the 'Mistress of the Art of Death' series.


  • Fraser, Antonia short biography of the author of the Jemima Shore series.


  • Frazer, Margaret American author of the Sister Frevisse Mysteries and the Joliffe Player Mysteries.


  • Fremlin, Celia a short biography, plus bibliography, on her agent's page.


  • French, Nicci a new UK website for this bestselling psychological thriller author couple.


  • French, Tana author of 'In the Woods' and 'The Likeness'.


  • Frimansson, Inger the first female crime author to win the 'Best Swedish crime novel' award twice. 'Good Night, My Darling' in 2007 was her first appearance in English.


  • Fuentes, Eugenio Spanish author of a series featuring private detective, Ricardo Cupido.


  • Fullerton, John author of several war novels 'with an anti-war message'.


  • Furber, Rosemary her first novel for adults is 'The Most Intimate Place' (July 09).


  • Furst, Alan author of many historical spy novels set in Europe.


  • Fyfield, Frances author of the Helen West and Sarah Fortune series.


  • Galbraith, Gillian author of a new police series set in Edinburgh (agent's page).


  • Gallagher, Stephen author of the historical-horror-thriller 'The Kingdom of Bones'.


  • Gallerne, Gilbert French thriller writer. (NB. Website is in French).


  • Gardner, John a link to the author's obituary, written by Mike Ripley.


  • Garner, Seth author of two psychological thrillers, both published in 2006.


  • George, Elizabeth American author of the Inspector Lynley series.


  • Ghelfi, Brent American author of the Volk series set in Russia.


  • Gibbins, David author of the Jack Howard, Marine Archeologist series.


  • Gilbert, Frances author of Where is She Now?


  • Glaister, Lesley has written several novels but 2004 saw her first crime release: " As Far as You Can Go".


  • Glass, Lisa author of Prince Rupert's Teardrop.


  • Goddard, Robert author of over 20 novels, mostly standalones.


  • Godwin, Richard author of 'Apostle Rising' (2011).


  • Gomez-Jurado, Juan author of 'God's Spy'.


  • Goodhind, J G author of a new crime series set in Bath, (also writes as Jeannie Johnson).


  • Goodwin, Jason author of 'The Janissary Tree', 'The Snake Stone' and 'The Bellini Card' set in 1830s Istanbul.


  • Gordon-Smith, Dolores author of the Jack Haldean series, set in the 1920s.


  • Gortner, Christopher (C W) author of the he Elizabeth I Spymaster Chronicles (US) or Elizabeth's Spymaster (UK) series.


  • Gosling, Ian author of 'The Puppet Master' introducing DCI Mike Barton (2008).


  • Graham, Caroline author of the Chief Inspector Barnaby, Midsomer Murders series.


  • Grahame, Jon author of the Jim Reaper post-apocalyptic trilogy


  • Granelli, Roger author of several novels, his latest is 'Dead Pretty'.


  • Grangé, Jean-Christophe author of Blood Red Rivers (filmed as The Crimson Rivers) (NB. site is in French)


  • Grant, Andrew author of Even.


  • Grant, Philip Scottish author of three crime novels including 'Now and Then Dead' in 2007.


  • Grant-Adamson, Lesley author of fifteen novels of crime and suspense.


  • Gray, Alex author of the Glasgow series featuring DCI Lorimer and psychologist Solomon Brightman.


  • Gray, Clio author of 'Guardians of the Key' and 'The Roaring of the Labyrinth' featuring Wigbert Stroop.


  • Grecian, Alex author of 'The Yard'.


  • Green, Christine author of the PI Kate Kinsella novels.


  • Gregorio, Michael author of the Detective Hanno Stiffeniis series set in Prussia during the Napoleonic Era.


  • Gregory, Susanna author of the historical Matthew Bartholomew series and Thomas Chaloner series.


  • Grey, Patricia also known as Liz Evans.


  • Griffiths, Elly author of The Crossing Places, the first in the Ruth Galloway, forensic archaelogist series.


  • Griffiths, Neil myspace site for the author of 'Betrayal in Naples' and 'Saving Caravaggio' (2006).


  • Grossman, Paul author of the Detective Willi Krauss series set in 1940s Berlin.


  • Grubb, Penny author of the PI Annie Raymond series.


  • Guillou, Jan wikipedia entry for the author of over ten books featuring fictional Swedish military spy Carl Hamilton.


  • Guiver, Patricia late author of the Delilah Doolittle Pet Detective series set in California.


  • Guthrie, Allan his first novel, Two-Way Split, was shortlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger.


  • Guttridge, Peter author of the comic Nick Madrid caper novels and a forthcoming non-comic Brighton trilogy.


  • Gwyn, Richard author of 'The Colour of a Dog Running Away' set in Spain.


  • Haberman, Steve author of 'Murder Without Pity' set in Paris.


  • Haddon, Mark author of 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time'.


  • Hague, Steven author of the American based Zac Hunter series.


  • Hale, Georgie author of four stand alone titles.


  • Hall, M R writes the Jenny Cooper, Coroner, series.


  • Hall, Patricia author of the Thackeray and Ackroyd series.


  • Hall, Simon author of the DCI Adam Breen and TV Crime reporter Dan Groves series set in Devon.


  • Hall, Tarquin author of 'The Case of the Missing Servant' (2009) featuring "Vish Puri, India's most private investigator".


  • Halter, Paul an essay on the Mystery File website.


  • Hamilton, Sylvian author of a C13th series featuring ex Crusader, Sir Richard Straccan.


  • Hammesfahr, Petra publisher details for the German author of 'The Sinner'.


  • Hammond, Melinda author of historical romances and the adventure romance Lucasta (2008).


  • Hammond, Ray is Europe's most experienced and most widely published futurologist. Author of four futuristic thrillers.


  • Hampson, June author of the Daisy Lane series set in the 1960s.


  • Hanley, C B author of the Edwin Weaver series set in thirteenth century England.


  • Hannah, Mari her debut 'The Murder Wall' is published April 2012.


  • Hannah, Sophie poet and newly turned psychological crime writer. 'Little Face' was published Apr. 2006.


  • Hardie, Titania Australian author of The Rose Labyrinth.


  • Harper, Karen American author of the Queen Elizabeth I detective series.


  • Harper, Tom author of the Demetrios Askiates series set in Byzantium.


  • Harris, C S American author of the Sebastian St. Cyr series set in Regency England.


  • Harris, Joanne author of 'Chocolat' and the crime novel, 'Gentlemen and Players'.


  • Harris, Paul US correspondent for The Observer and author of The Secret Keeper.


  • Harris, Tessa author of the historical 'Dr Thomas Silkstone' series.


  • Harrison, Cora children's author whose first novel for adults is 'My Lady Judge' set in Tudor Ireland.


  • Harrison, David his debut novel 'Sins of the Father' came out in April 06.


  • Harrod-Eagles, Cynthia author of the witty Bill Slider series.


  • Hartley, A J author of the historical and archeological thrillers, 'The Mask of Atreus' and 'On the Fifth Day'.


  • Harvey, John poet and author of the Resnick novels.


  • Hawkins, Alis author of Testament (2008).


  • Hawksley, Humphrey BBC foreign correspondent and author of political thrillers.


  • Hayder, Mo author of the Jack Caffery series plus 'Tokyo' and 'Pig Island'.


  • Hayes, Jonathan author of Precious Blood, "a fairly violent forensic thriller set in New York City in the Post-9/11 era".


  • Hayes, Sam author of Blood Ties, Unspoken and Tell-Tale (2009).


  • Hays, Tony/Anthony author of an Arthurian mystery series.


  • Heald, Tim author of the Simon Bognor series and a new series featuring Dr Tudor Cornwall.


  • Healy, Mel author of 'Another Case in Cowtown'.


  • Heggan, Christiane born in France, now a resident of New Jersey, writing Mary Higgins Clarke style books in English


  • Heley, Veronica author of the Ellie Quicke series.


  • Helton, Peter author of the Chris Honeysett series set in Bath.


  • Hemon, Aleksandar author of 'The Lazarus Project'.


  • Henderson, Lauren author of the Sam Jones novels.


  • Henke, Paul thriller writer in the Clancy mould.


  • Hermanson, Marie Swedish author of 'The Devil's Sanctuary' (2013).


  • Herring, Peg author of the Elizabeth Tudor series, beginning with Her Highness' First Murder in 2010.


  • Herron, Mick/M author of the Zoe Boehm series plus several standalone crime novels.


  • Hettche, Thomas (in German)


  • Higgins, Jack unofficial site for the author of "The Eagle Has Landed".


  • Hill, Antonio author of 'The Summer of Dead Toys' and 'The Good Suicides'.


  • Hill, Jane author of three psychological thrillers. The latest is 'Can't Let Go' (2008).


  • Hill, Kaye C author of 'Dead Woman's Shoes' starring "rebellious sleuth Lexy Lomax".


  • Hill, Reginald author of the Dalziel and Pascoe novels.


  • Hill, Susan best selling author (eg Woman in Black) has recently switched to the crime genre.


  • Hill, Suzette A author of the Reverend Francis Oughterard series, beginning with 'A Load of Old Bones'.


  • Hilton, Matt author of the Joe Hunter series.


  • Hinchcliffe, Sally author of 'Out of a Clear Sky' (2008).


  • Hines, Joanna who switched to crime (genre) in 2001.


  • Holden, Taylor author of 'The Sense of Paper'.


  • Holland, Nick myspace site for his debut novel, 'The Girl on the Bus'.


  • Holmes, Andrew author of 'Sleb', '64 Clarke' and in 2007, 'Rain Dogs and Love Cats'.


  • Holmes, Rupert composer and author, his latest book 'The Musician's Daughter' is set in 1940s San Francisco.


  • Holms, Joyce author of the Fizz and Buchanan novels set in Edinburgh.


  • Horst, Jorn Lier Norwegian author of the Chief Inspector William Wisting series.


  • Horton, Lesley author of a series set in Bradford featuring Detective Inspector John Handford & DS Khalid Ali.


  • Howard, Alex author of the DI Hanlon series.


  • Howell, Lis has written three murder mystery novels set in the media world and a new series beginning with 'The Flower Arranger at All Saints' (publisher's page).


  • Huber, Anna Lee author of the Lady Darby historical mystery series.


  • Huber, Linda author of 'The Paradise Trees'.


  • Hudson, Harriet also writes as Amy Myers.


  • Hudson, Roger author of 'Death Comes by Amphora' set in Ancient Athens.


  • Hughes, Declan author of the Ed Loy series set in Ireland.


  • Humphreys, C C actor and novelist of five historical crime novels.


  • Hunt, Arlene her first book came out in 2004 - 'Vicious Circle' set in the underworld of Dublin.


  • Hunt, Stephen author of the fantasy-adventure 'The Court of the Air' (2007).


  • Hurley, Graham writes a police procedural series set in Portsmouth.


  • Hutson, Shaun writes in the horror genre but his new book, 'Dying Words' appears to be more of a crime novel.


  • Indridason, Arnaldur Iceland's leading crime writer.


  • Ison, Graham author of several police procedural series including, 'Brock and Poole' and the Hardcastle series.


  • Izzo, Jean Claude le site officiel de Jean Claude Izzo.


  • Jackson, David author of the NYPD Detective Callum Doyle series.


  • Jackson, Lee/L M and his Victorian Dictionary site.


  • Jackson, Steve debut author of 2006's 'The Mentor' introducing MI6 agent, Paul Aston.


  • Jakeman, Jane author of the historical Lord Ambrose series, several books set in France and two books featuring Claude Monet.


  • Jakobsen, Sander Danish author(s) of 'The Preacher'.


  • James, Bill author of the Harpur and Iles series.


  • James, P D a short biography and bibliography for the Baroness.


  • James, Peter author of the Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series set in Brighton.


  • James, Russell very noir!


  • Janes, Diane author of 'The Pull of the Moon'.


  • Janes, J Robert author of the St-Cyr and Kohler series set in German-occupied France during the Second World War.


  • Jardine, Quintin author of two series set in Scotland.


  • Jecks, Michael the master of the medieval murder mystery.


  • Jeffries, Roderic author of the Inspector Alvarez series set in Majorca.


  • Jego, Yves & Lepee, Denis authors of 'The Sun King Rises' (NB. site is in French)


  • Jenkins, Rebecca author of 'The Duke's Agent' the first in a Regency series, reprinted by Quercus in 2008.


  • Jennings, Maureen author of the 'Murdoch Mysteries' and a new series set in WW2 England.


  • Jensen, Liz author of five novels in various genres. Her latest is a crime novel, 'The Ninth Life of Louis Drax'.


  • Joensuu, Matti Yrjänä an interview with the Finnish author.


  • Joffrin, Laurent author of 'All That I Have'. (NB Site is in French)


  • John, Katherine writes a series featuring policeman, Trevor Joseph.


  • Johnson, Jason author of 'Woundlicker and 'Alina'.


  • Johnston, Paul author of the Quint Dalrymple and Alex Mavros series.


  • Johnstone, Doug author of several stand-alone crime novels including 'Gone Again'.


  • Jonasson, Ragnar author of the 'Dark Iceland' series.


  • Jones, Carys author of the political thriller, 'Prime Deception'.


  • Jones, Chris Morgan author of 'An Agent of Deceit'.


  • Jones, J Sydney author of the Viennese Mysteries.


  • Jones, Meurig author of 'The Wrecking Bar' set in Swansea.


  • Jones, Tanya author of the Ophelia O series, one of which is a crime novel plus 'Girotondo', a contemporary crime novel set in Lucca.


  • Jonquet, Thierry author of Mygale/Tarantula (NB site is in French)


  • Jordan, Will author of 'Redemption'.


  • Joseph, Alison author of the Sister Agnes novels.


  • Judge, Michael wrote his first novel, Vintage Red (non-crime) aged 83.


  • Jungersen, Christian Danish author of The Exception (2006).


  • Jungstedt, Mari author of 'Unseen', 'Unspoken' and 'Unknown'. (NB. Page is In Swedish.)


  • Justes, Margot author of 'A Hotel in Paris'.


  • Kark, Austen publisher's page for the late author of 'The Forwarding Agent'.


  • Keane, Jessie author of 'Dirty Game' (Sep 08) and Black Widow (05/09).


  • Kelly, Erin author of The Poison Tree.


  • Kelly, Jim author of the Philip Dryden series set in Ely and the Shaw & Valentine series set in North Norfolk.


  • Kenneth, Maxine author of 'Paris to Die For' starring Jacqueline Bouvier.


  • Kent, Rebecca authr of the Bellehaven House mystery series.


  • Kernick, Simon a notable newcomer whose 8th book, set in the seedier side of London, came out in 2009.


  • Kerr, Peter author of the 'Bob Burn's series.


  • Kessler, David thriller writer, the latest is Mercy.


  • Kiely, David M author of 'The Angel Tapes' set in Ireland.


  • Kilduff, Paul writes financial thrillers.


  • King, Catriona publisher's page for the author of the DCI Marc Craig series set in Belfast.


  • King, Danny author of The Criminal's Diary series and a new series starting with 'Milo's Marauders'.


  • King, Laurie R American author of the Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes series.


  • Kingsbury, Kate author of the Penyfoot Hotel series.


  • Kinnings, Max author of the DCI Ed Mallory series.


  • Kirton, Bill author of the DCI Carston series set near Aberdeen.


  • Kitchin, Rob author of 'The Rule Book'.


  • Kitson, Bill author of the Detective Mike Nash series, set in Yorkshire.


  • Kjaerstad, Jan Norwegian author of 'The Seducer' , 'The Conqueror' and 'The Discoverer' - a trilogy about Jonas Wergeland.


  • Knight, Alanna author of 50 books including the Victorian Inspector Faro series.


  • Knight, Bernard author of the historical Crowner John series.


  • Knox, Bill author of the Thane and Moss series.


  • Koff, Clea author of the memoir 'The Bone Woman' making her fiction debut with 'Freezing'.


  • Kolczynski, Adam publisher's website. Author of 'The Oxford Virus'.


  • Koning, Hans born in Amsterdam, now resides in America.


  • Krajewski, Marek official website for the author of the Eberhard Mock series. (NB in Polish).


  • Kray, Roberta author of The Debt, The Pact and The Lost.


  • Kristian, Giles author of the Viking saga, Raven.


  • La Plante, Lynda author of the 'Prime Suspect' tv series plus numerous other books and screenplays.


  • Lackberg, Camilla author of the Patrik Hedstrom and Erica Falck series.


  • Lake, Deryn author of the Georgian John Rawlings series.


  • Lalbeharry, Mark author of 'The Simian Curve' the first in a projected series featuring DCI Diane Cresson.


  • Lambert, Charles author of 'Any Human Face'.


  • Langfield, Martin author of 'The Malice Box' and 'The Secret Fire'.


  • Lanyon, Josh born in the UK but spent most of his life in the US. Author of the Adrien English series.


  • Larkin, L A British born, Australian author of 'Thirst' and 'The Genesis Flaw'.


  • Larsson, Stieg author of the 'Millennium' trilogy, the first part appearing in English in January 2008.


  • Laurie, Hugh general page on the actor-comedian-writer.


  • Laws, Darren E author of Turtle Island and Tripping.


  • Laws, Valerie author of 'The Rotting Spot'.


  • Lawton, John author of the Frederick Troy series.


  • Le Carre, John the classic spywriter


  • Learner, Tobsha/T S author of 'Sphinx' set in Egypt in 1977.


  • Leather, Stephen author of more than twenty-five thrillers, including ten in the Dan Shepherd series.


  • Lebor, Adam author of ' The Budapest Protocol' and 'The Geneva Option'.


  • Leclere, Eric author of "The Lost Son".


  • Lee, Kolton agent's page for the author of 'The Last Card'.


  • Lehtolainen, Leena author of the 'Maria Kallio' series.


  • Lelic, Simon author of Relic (A Thousand Cuts).


  • Lennon, Patrick new author of a series set in the Cambridgeshire Fens.


  • Leonard, Peter author of 'All He Saw Was The Girl" and the Harry Levin series.


  • Leoni, Giulio author of The Third Heaven Conspiracy (apa The Mosaic Crimes) featuring Dante Alighieri


  • Levack, Simon author of the Aztec mysteries.


  • Lewis, Damien Author, War Reporter, Adventurer . . .


  • Lewis, Geoffrey author of the DI Russell series set in Northamptonshire.


  • Lewis, Kevin author of Kaitlyn (2006) and Frankie (2007).


  • Lewis, Robert his debut novel is 'Last Llanelli Train' a noir black comedy set in Bristol. The final part of the trilogy is Bank Of The Black Sheep (2010).


  • Lewis, Simon author of a new series starring Chinese detective, Inspector Jian.


  • Lewis, Susan author of blockbusters which sometimes have a crime angle eg 'Wicked Beauty'.


  • Liang, Diane Wei author of the Wang Mei, PI, series set in Beijing. Though born in China she now holds a British (& US) passport.


  • Lindsay, Douglas author of the Barney Thompson series of books 'with a ridiculously high body count, set in a male hairdressers'.


  • Linskey, Howard author of The Drop (2011).


  • Lipska, Anya author of 'Where the Devil Can't Go'.


  • Littleford, Clare author of two Nottingham based books.


  • Lock, Joan author of the Victorian Detective Inspector Ernest Best series.


  • Longworth, M L author of the Verlaque and Bonnet series set in Aix-en-Provence.


  • Loukes, Matthew author of the Slim Gunter, PI series.


  • Lovesey, Peter author of the Peter Diamond, Sergeant Cribb and Albert Edward Prince of Wales series.


  • Lowe, Karen author of the gardening mystery, 'Death in the Physic Garden'.


  • Lowe, Sheila author of the Claudia Rose, forensic handwriting expert, series.


  • Lucarelli, Carlo author of the Grazia Negro series and the Inspector De Luca trilogy (site is in Italian).


  • Lupton, Rosamund author of 'Sister'.


  • Lynn, Matt author of Death Force, first in a series of action packed thrillers in the McNab/Ryan subgenre.


  • MacAlan, Peter also known as Peter Tremayne, author of the Sister Fidelma series.


  • Macbain, Bruce author of the Pliny the Younger series set in Ancient Rome.


  • MacBride, Stuart/Stuart B his blog. Scottish author of the acclaimed 'Cold Granite' (2005) and Dying Light (2006).


  • Macdonald, Marianne author of the Dido Hoare series, MM is Canadian but a long time resident of the UK.


  • Macken, John agent's page for the author of the Reuben Maitland, forensic thriller series.


  • Maclean, Charles author of 'Home Before Dark'.


  • MacLeod, Torquil author of 'Meet Me in Malmo' (2010) the first in the Inspector Anita Sundstrom series.


  • MacNeal, Susan Elia author of the 1940s series featuring Maggie Hope.


  • Macpherson, Ian author of the Bo Pett thrillers.


  • Magnan, Pierre author of 'The Murdered House'. The latest to be translated is 'The Messengers of Death'. (website is in French).


  • Magson, Adrian author of the series featuring investigative reporter Riley Gavin and former military cop Frank Palmer.


  • Maitland, Barry author of the Brock & Kolla detective series.


  • Maitland, Karen author of the medieval thriller, Company of Liars (2008).


  • Malliet, G M American author of the DCI St Just mysteries and the Max Tudor series.


  • Mallinson, J D author of the Inspector Mason series.


  • Mankell, Henning author of the Kurt Wallander series set in Sweden.


  • Mann, Jessica author of twenty books.


  • Manotti, Dominique author of the Inspector Dacquin series, set in Paris (nb. website is in French).


  • Mara, Bernard thrice nominated for the Booker Prize, he wrote several thrillers in the 1950s.


  • Mariani, Scott his debut thriller was 'The Fulcanelli Manuscript' (aka The Alchemist's Secret).


  • Marinina, Alexandra Russian crime author.


  • Marklund, Liza Swedish crime author of the Annika Bengtzon series with five novels translated into English, so far.


  • Marrin, Minette columnist for the Sunday Times and author of a thriller, 'The Eye of the Beholder'.


  • Marshall, Michael author of the series which started with 'The Straw Men'.


  • Marshall-Andrews, Bob the Labour Member for Parliament for Medway and now crime fiction author.


  • Marston, Edward/A E the official website for this master of the historical novel.


  • Martellas, Maureen author of the romantic-comedy-crime series featuring PI Annie McHugh


  • Martin, Andrew author of the Jim Stringer "railway detective" series.


  • Martin, Julia Wallis/J Wallis author of four standalone novels.


  • Martin, Esteban & Carranza, Andreu authors of 'The Gaudi Key'.


  • Masters, Priscilla author of the DI Joanna Piercy and Martha Gunn novels and several medical crime novels.


  • Masterton, Graham author of lots of horror novels as well as several thrillers and has begun a new series featuring Sissy Sawyer, fortune teller.


  • Mathews, Adrian author of three thrillers, the latest, out in 2005, is 'The Apothecary's House'.


  • Matthews, Jeanne author of the globe-trotting Dinah Pelerin series.


  • May, Peter author of six China thrillers and has begun a new series set in France.


  • McAuley, Paul author of SF/Crime thrillers, the latest, 'Players', is out Feb 2007.


  • McCaffrey, K T writes the series featuring investigative journalist Emma Boylan


  • McCallin, Luke author of the Captain Gregor Reinhardt series.


  • McCann, Mick MySpace site for the author of 'Nailed', which is based on a incident that happened to his family.


  • McCarthy, Ava author of the ' Hary' Martinez, a female computer hacker, series.


  • McCarthy, Keith author of the Helena Flemming and John Eisenmenger series.


  • McCarthy, Kevin publisher's page for the author of 'Peeler'.


  • McClure, Ken author of nineteen medical thrillers including the Dr Steven Dunbar series.


  • McCormac, Philip Westerns' author who's turning to crime with 'Maclean' Dec. 2010.


  • McCoy, Ken author of the Mad Carew series.


  • McDermid, Val/V.L. multi series author and award winner for A Place of Execution.


  • McDermott, Andy author of 'The Hunt for Atlantis' and 'The Tomb of Hercules'.


  • McDougall, Sophia author of 'Romanitas' and 'Rome Burning'.


  • McDowall, Iain currently has written 5 books in a police procedural series set in 'Crowby'.


  • McGilloway, Brian author of the 'Borderlands' series featuring Garda Inspector Benedict Devlin.


  • McGowan, Claire her debut novel is 'The Fall' (2012).


  • McGown, Jill late author of the Lloyd and Hill series.


  • McIlvanney, William twice winner of the Silver Dagger for his Glasgow based, DI Laidlaw series.


  • McIntosh, Fiona author of the DCI Jack Hawksworth series. (NB. Book one is published under the author's pseudonym of Lauren Crow).


  • McIntosh, Pat author of the Gil Cunningham series set in medieval Glasgow.


  • McIntyre, Hope author of 'How to Seduce a Ghost' first in a new series featuring a ghostwriter.


  • McKay, Shirley publisher's details for the author of the 16th Century Hew Cullen series.


  • McKenzie, Grant debuts with 'Switch' in November 2008.


  • McLean, Russel D author of 'The Good Son' and 'The Lost Sister'.


  • McLeave, Hugh his last book, 'Lifelines' is out in September 2008.


  • McLynn, Pauline author of the PI Leonora "Leo" Street trilogy, set in Dublin.


  • McMenamin, Geraldine author of 'The Same Cloth' set in Ireland.


  • McNab, Andy former member of the SAS, now a best selling thriller writer.


  • McNeill, Fergus author of the DI Harland series.


  • McNeir, Leo author of the series of crime novels with a waterways setting.


  • McPherson, Catriona her series features Dandy Gilver, society sleuth in 1920s Scotland.


  • Meikle, William author of the Midnight Eye Files featuring Glasgow PI Derek Adams.


  • Melikan, Rose American author of the Mary Finch series set in the late 18th Century.


  • Mendelson, Paul author of 'The First Rule Of Survival' set in South Africa.


  • Meredith, D E author of the Victorian set Hatton and Roumande series.


  • Meyer, Deon South African author of the Benny Griessel series.


  • Miles, Alan author of the Jim Diamond series.


  • Miles, Keith also known as Edward Marston.


  • Millar, Cormac has a series set in Dublin featuring Seamus Joyce.


  • Millar, Martin author of 'Milk, Sulphate and Alby Starvation' published inthe Uk in 1987 and in the US in 2009.


  • Millar, Sam author of several crime novels - the latest being 'The Dark Place' (Sep 09) - and one true-crime book called 'On The Brinks'.


  • Miller, A D author of 'Snowdrops'.


  • Miller, Fenella-Jane author of the gothic sounding 'Ghosts at Neddingfield Hall'.


  • Mina, Denise author of the Garnethill trilogy and the Paddy Meehan series..


  • Ming, Wu - Wu Ming means 'no name' - and therefore 'anonymous' - in Mandarin Chinese. The five members of the Wu Ming Foundation live in Bologna.


  • Minhinnick, Robert Welsh poet whose debut book, Sea Holly was published in 2007.


  • Mitchell, Dreda Say winner of the Crime Writers Association's John Creasey Memorial Dagger Award in 2005


  • Moerk, Christian author of 'Darling Jim'.


  • Moffat, G J author of 'Daisychain', the first book in the Finch & Irvine series set in Glasgow.


  • Mogford, Thomas author of the Spike Sanguinetti series set in Gibraltar.


  • Monaghan, Nicola author of 'The Killing Jar'.


  • Monbrun, Estelle author of 'Murder Chez Proust'.


  • Monroe, Aly author of 'The Maze of Cadiz', first in a spy series set just after WW2.


  • Monroe, Grace author of the Brodie McClennan series set in Edinburgh.


  • Montalban, Manuel Vazquez the late Spanish author of the Pepe Carvalho series.


  • Moody, Susan author of the Penny Wanawake series and also the Cassandra Swann books.


  • Moore, Donna her debut best selling novel came out in 2006.


  • Morgan, Fidelis author of Restoration mysteries.


  • Morgan, Richard authior of SF thrillers which began with 'Altered Carbon' in 2002.


  • Morgellyn, Anne author of two books featuring Louise Moon - mortuary technician.


  • Morris, Roger/R N author of 'Taking Comfort' and the Porfiry Petrovich series which began with 'A Gentle Axe'.


  • Morson, Ian creator of the William Falconer novels.


  • Mortimer, John author of the Rumpole series.


  • Morton, Nik author of the Tana Standish series set in the 1970s.


  • Morton, Tom blog of the author of 'Serpentine'.


  • Mosby, Steve author of standalones including 'The Third Person' and 'The Cutting Crew'.


  • Mostert, Natasha has written two crime novels and her latest is a gothic thriller.


  • Mountain, Fiona author of a new series featuring an ancestor detective.


  • Mullan, Pat thriller writer.


  • Murphy, Margaret author of eight (mostly) non series psychological crime novels.


  • Murphy, Peter author of 'Removal' and 'A Higher Duty'.


  • Myers, Amy author of the Auguste Didier, Chef, series and more recently the Marsh and Daughter cold-case series.


  • Nabb, Magdalen late author of the Florence based, Marshal Guarnaccia series.


  • Nagle, Paul author of the thriller, 'Ironic' (Oct. 2008).


  • Napier, Bill author of several thrillers.


  • Navarro, Julia Spanish author of 'The Brotherhood of the Holy Shroud' and 'The Bible of Clay'.


  • Neale, Tom author of the Vincent Piper series.


  • Nelder, Geoff author of 'Escaping Reality' a "humorous thriller based in Northern Britain and Amsterdam".


  • Nesbo, Jo author of the Harry Hole series set in Oslo.


  • Nesser, Hakan author of the Van Veeteren series, which includes 'Borkmann's Point' and 'The Return'.


  • Neville, Stuart author of 'The Twelve' (2009).


  • Newland, Courttia author of two crime novels set on the Greenside Estate in West London plus two detective books featuring PI Ervine James.


  • Newman, Ruth blog of the author of the Cambridge University set, Twisted Wing


  • Nichol, John Gulf War veteran (autobiography is 'Tornado Down') and thriller writer.


  • Nicholson, Robert W author of the Sister Hannah series. Also writes as Nik Morton.


  • Nickson, Chris author of the Richard Nottingham series set in 1700s Leeds.


  • Noble, Malcolm author of the Timberdick mysteries set in a 1960s south coast seaport.


  • Noort, Saskia official website but NB is mostly in Dutch.


  • Norman, Hilary international best seller in several genres.


  • Norminton, Gregory author of 'Serious Things'.


  • North, Sam author of 'The Velvet Rooms'.


  • O'Brien, Charles American author of the Anne Cartier series set during the French Revolution era.


  • O'Brien, Martin former Travel Editor of Vogue, has begun a series featuring French policeman Jacquot.


  • O'Brien, Maureen Dr Who sidekick and author of the DI Bright series.


  • O'Bryan, Laurence author of 'The Istanbul Puzzle' (2012).


  • O'Connor, Gemma Irish author of six novels.


  • O'Connor, Niamh author of true-crime plus the DS Jo Birmingham series set in Dublin.


  • O'Donovan, Gerard author of 'The Priest'.


  • O'Flynn, Catherine the author's blog.


  • Oldham, Nick author of the DCI Christie series.


  • Oliver, Marina a romance writer whose latest book (A Cut Above the Rest) is a crime novel.


  • O'Reilly, Victor author of the Hugo Fitzduane thriller series.


  • Orford, Margie author of the Dr Clare Hart series set in Cape Town.


  • Oswald, James author of the Detective Inspector McLean, Edinburgh series.


  • Owen, Llwyd author of Faith, Hope and Love.


  • Pakeman, Louise born in England she now lives in Australia.


  • Palma, Felix author of 'The Map of Time'.


  • Park, David author of 'The Truth Commissioner'.


  • Parker, I J author of the "Mysteries of Ancient Japan" series.


  • Parker, Kate author of the 'Victorian Bookshop Mystery' series.


  • Parker, Michael author of six thrillers, the latest is The Third Secret (2009).


  • Parks, Tim author of a dozen novels including three crime novels set in Italy.


  • Parsons, Julie - a very brief biography.


  • Pauvert, Olivier a brief biography and a link to his first novel, Noir.


  • Pavlou, Stel the scriptwriter for Samuel L Jackson's movie, The 51st State and author of two thrillers.


  • Pavone, Chris author of 'The Expats'.


  • Pawson, Stuart author of the Charlie Priest series set in Yorkshire.


  • Peace, David author of the Red Riding Quartet and Tokyo Trilogy.


  • Peel, Colin D thriller writer who now lives in New Zealand.


  • Pelletier, Chantal author of 'Goat Song' (site is in French).


  • Pennac, Daniel author of the Malaussene quintet.


  • Penrose, Andrea author of 'Sweet Revenge' the first in a Regency mystery series.


  • Pepper, Andrew debut author of 'The Last Days of Newgate' featuring Pyke, a Bow Street Runner.


  • Percival, Wendy author of 'Blood-Tied'.


  • Perez-Reverte, Arturo author of the Capatain Alatriste series plus a number of standalones such as 'The Flanders Panel'.


  • Perissinotto, Alessandro 'Blood Sisters' will be published in English in February 2011.


  • Perry, Anne creater of the Victorian novels featuring William Monk and Thomas and Charlotte Pitt.


  • Peters, Ellis a fan site covering the Brother Cadfael series.


  • Phillips, Christi author of The Rossetti Letter and The Devlin Diary.


  • Phillips, Louise author of 'Red Ribbons'.


  • Phillips, Mike author of the Sam Dean series.


  • Pilkington, John author of the Thomas the Falconer series.


  • Pilkington, Paul author of the Emma Holden trilogy.


  • Pinborough, Sarah horror writer whose next project is three dark urban thrillers with a twist of the supernatural.


  • Pirie, David author of three novels featuring Arthur Conan Doyle.


  • Pope, Barbara Corrado author of the Bernard Martin series set in 1890s France.


  • Poulson, Christine writes the Cassandra James series set in academia in Cambridge.


  • Pryce, Malcolm author of Aberystwyth noir.


  • Purser, Ann author of the Lois Meade cosy series.


  • Quantrill, Nick author of the Joe Geraghty trilogy set in Hull.


  • Quigley, Sheila author of the Detective Inspector Lorraine Hunt series.


  • Quinn, Anthony author of 'Disappeared' (2012).


  • Quinn, Susanna author of 'Glass Geishas' (2012).


  • Quinnell, A J late author of many adventure/thriller books including a series featuring 'Creasy' an ex-mercenary.


  • Radcliffe, Zane publisher's biography of the author of 'The Killer's Guide to Iceland'.


  • Radford, Mark author of two thrillers: 'Early Memory' and 'Game of Justice'.


  • Raichev, R T author of the 'country house' series.


  • Ramsay, Caro author of 'Absolution'.


  • Rankin, Ian creater of the acclaimed and televised Rebus series.


  • Rann, Sue her first crime novel is 'Looking for Mr Nobody' but she also writes SF under the name Mercy Falconer.


  • Raven, James his latest crime novel is 'Rollover'.


  • Raybourn, Deanna American author of the Lady Julia Grey series set in Victorian London.


  • Rayne, Sarah under this pseudonym, the author has written eight novels.


  • Readett, Gerard author of 'Roadworks' a thriller set in 2022 Brussels.


  • Reah, Danuta author of psychological thrillers set in South Yorkshire.


  • Redmond, Patrick author of four psychological thrillers.


  • Redondo, Dolores author of the Baztan Trilogy.


  • Reed, Mary and Mayer, Eric authors of the John the Eunuch novels.


  • Rees, Matt Benyon author of 'The Collaborator of Bethlehem' featuring teacher Omar Yussef.


  • Rees, Rod author of the SF-Crime Demi-Monde series.


  • Regan, Linda actress and crime writer with her debut 'Behind You!' out in Sep 2006.


  • Rendell, Ruth author of the long running Chief Inspector Wexford series.


  • Rhea, Nicholas the man who inspired 'Heartbeat'.


  • Rhodes, Kate athor of 'Crossbones Yard' (2012).


  • Richardson, Robert a short biography, plus bibliography, on his agent's page.


  • Rickards, John a freelance journalist living in England and author of the Alex Rourke series set in the US.


  • Rickman, Phil author of the Rev. Merrily Watkins series.


  • Ridpath, Michael best selling author of six financial thrillers, the Alex Calder series and has a new series is set in Iceland.


  • Rifkind, Hugo debut author of 'Overexposure'.


  • Riley, Felix author of the Mike Byrne series.


  • Rimington, Stella author of the Liz Carlyle series.


  • Ripley, Mike an article on the 'Angel' books.


  • Roberts, David author of the Lord Edward Corinth and Verity Browne series set in the 1930s.


  • Roberts, Jenny author of the Cameron McGill series, settings include Amsterdam, Hull and Manchester.


  • Roberts, Michael Symmons his debut novel, 'Patrick's Alphabet' was out in 2006.


  • Roberts, Warren author of the Joe Milo, PI series.


  • Robertson, Craig publisher's page for the author of 'Random' and 'Snapshot'.


  • Robertson, Eileen author of 'Miss McGuire is Missing', 'Blackmail for Beginners' and 'We'll be Watching You'.


  • Robertson, Imogen author of the 18th Century Harriet Westerman series begun in 'Instruments of Darkness'.


  • Robinson, Peter the Canada based but Yorkshire bred, author of the Insp. Banks series.


  • Robotham, Michael Australian author of 'The Suspect', 'Lost', 'The Night Ferry' and 'Shatter'.


  • Rocha, Luis Miguel author of 'The Last Pope'.


  • Roe, Graeme author of crime novels set in the horse racing world.


  • Rosen, Leonard


  • Roslund, Anders & Hellstrom, Borge authors of The Beast and The Vault (Box 21).


  • Rowe, Rosemary author of Roman Whodunnits featuring mosaicist Libertus.


  • Rowlands, Betty author of Cotswold set mysteries.


  • Rowson, Pauline author of marine mysteries set near Portsmouth.


  • Royal, Priscilla American author of the medieval series featuring Prioress Eleanor.


  • Royle, Nicholas author of 'Antwerp'.


  • Runcie, James author of the 'Grantchester Mysteries'.


  • Russell, Craig author of 'Blood Eagle', 'Brother Grimm' and 'Eternal' in the Hamburg detective Jan Fabel series.


  • Russell, Leigh author of a new series starring DI Geraldine Steel - author's blog about getting published.


  • Rustage, Alan author of the Inspector Blackstone series.


  • Ryan, Denise author of six books including three about criminal law solicitor Shannon Flinder.


  • Ryan, Rob/Robert also writes WW2-era novels as Robert Ryan.


  • Ryan, William author of the Captain Alexei Korolev series set in Russia.


  • Sabatini, Rafael author of swashbucklers which produced the films: The Sea Hawk, Scaramouche, and Captain Blood, as well as other novels.


  • Sampson, Catherine writes a series featuring Robin Ballantyne, tv reporter.


  • Sampson, Fay author of a genealogy series featuring Suzie Fewings.


  • Sansom, C J author of the Shardlake series.


  • Saylor, Steven American author of the Gordanius the Finder set in Ancient Rome.


  • Scarrow, Alex author of the thrillers, 'A Thousand Suns' and 'Last Light'.


  • Scarrow, Simon author of 13 books so far in a 40ADish Roman setting.


  • Scheen, Kjersti an interview with the Norwegian author of 'Final Curtain'.


  • Schenkel, Andrea Maria author of 'The Murder Farm' and 'Ice Cold'.


  • Scott, A D author of the "Tales from the Highland Gazette" series.


  • Scott, Ken author of 'Jack of Hearts' and 'A Million Would be Nice'.


  • Scott, Manda author of the Kellen Stewart series and now Boudica!


  • Seeber, Claire author of Lullaby and Bad Friends.


  • Setterfield, Diane author of 'The Thirteenth Tale'.


  • Sewell, Kitty author of 'The Ice Trap' and 'Bloodprint'.


  • Seymour, EV author of the Paul Tallis series.


  • Seymour, Gerald his best-selling writing career began with 'Harry's Game' in 1975.


  • Shah, Eddy founder of Today newspaper and author of five thrillers, the fifth 'Second World' is out Nov 2008.


  • Sharp, Zoe author of the Charlie Fox series of novels.


  • Shaw, William author of the Breen and Tozer series set in the 1960s.


  • Sheers, Owen a poet whose debut author, 'Resistance', is out in 2007.


  • Shepherd, Lynn author of 'Murder at Mansfield Park'.


  • Sherez, Stav author of The Devil's Playground and The Black Monastery.


  • Sheriff, John Paxton author of the Jack Scott PI series and the Penny Lane amateur sleuth series.


  • Sherratt, Mel author of 'The Estate' series and the DS Allie Shenton series.


  • Sierra, Javier author of 'The Secret Supper'.


  • Siger, Jeffrey American author of 'Murder in Mykonos'.


  • Sigurdardottir, Yrsa Icelandic author of the Thora Gudmundsdottir, lawyer series.


  • Silva, Lorenzo author of 5 crime novels (not yet translated into English).


  • Silverwood, Roger author of the DI Angel series set in Yorkshire.


  • Simms, Chris author of the Det. Jon Spicer series set in Manchester.


  • Simons, Paullina born in Russia she now lives in the US and is the best selling author of 'Tatiana and Alexander'. She has also written two crime thrillers, 'Red Leaves' and 'Eleven Hours'


  • Sington, Philip author of Zoia's Gold and The Einstein Girl.


  • Sipila, Jarkko Finnish author of 'Against the Wall'.


  • Sjöwall, Maj & Wahlöö, Per Swedish husband and wife team who created the Martin Beck series.


  • Slade, Michael author of the European based thriller 'Crucified'.


  • Slade, Nicola author of the historical mystery 'Murder Most Welcome' published May 2008.


  • Slan, Joanna Campbell author of the 'Jane Eyre Chronicles'.


  • Slovo, Gillian South African born she has lived in England since 1964. Her first novel, Morbid Symptoms in 1984 began a series of crime fiction featuring female detective Kate Baeier.


  • Smith, Alexander McCall author of the Mma Ramotswe series and a second series featuring Isabel Dalhousie.


  • Smith, Anna author of the Rosie Gilmour series.


  • Smith, Carol author of thirteen psychological thrillers.


  • Smith, Dan author of 'Dry Season' (2010) and 'Dark Horizons' (2011).


  • Smith, Helen author of the Emily Castles mystery series.


  • Smith, Joan a very, very short biography of the author of the Loretta Lawson mysteries.


  • Smith, Martin Cruz author of the Renko series which began with 'Gorky Park'.


  • Smith, Nick links to the blog of the author of two feline PI novels.


  • Smith, Tom Rob author of 'Child 44' and 'The Secret Speech'.


  • Solana, Teresa author of 'A Not So Perfect Crime' to be published by Bitter Lemon Press in 2008.


  • Sole, Linda author of the 1920s 'Justice' series featuring actress Sarah Beaufort.


  • Somer, Mehmet Murat interview with the author on the Euro Crime blog.


  • Somoza, Jose Carlos author of the Dagger winning 'The Athenian Murders'.


  • Sorokin, Vladimir Russian author of 'Ice'.


  • Southey, Roz author of 'Broken Harmony' the first in a series featuring Charles Patterson, an impoverished musician in 18th century Newcastle upon Tyne.


  • Spedding, Sally author's titles include 'Cloven', 'Wringland', 'Night With No Stars' and 'Prey Silence'.


  • Spencer, Sally author of several police procedural series under several names.


  • Spindler, Christine German author of the Inspector Terry mysteries.


  • Spindler, Chris & Wiesner, Karen co-authoring the Wisconsin set Falcon's Bend mystery series.


  • Spurrier, Simon author of 'Contract' and 'A Serpent Uncoiled'.


  • Staalesen, Gunnar author of the Varg Veum series, a Norwegian Philip Marlowe.


  • Stacey, Lyndon author of thrillers with a horse-racing theme.


  • Staincliffe, Cath author of the Manchester based Sal Kilkenny and Blue Murder series.


  • Stallwood, Veronica author of the Oxford set, Kate Ivory series.


  • Stanford-Smith, M author of 'The Great Lie' (2010) the first in a historical trilogy.


  • Stanley, Mary author of several novels including some crime fiction - 'Revenge' and 'Missing'.


  • Stanley, Michael South African authors of the Detective Kubu series set in Botswana.


  • Stark, Oliver British author of the New York set 'American Devil' (2010).


  • Starling, Boris author of four thrillers, including the lauded 'Vodka'.


  • Starr, Mel/Melvin R American author of the Medieval Hugh de Singleton series.


  • Stein, Joe writes a series featuring "ex-boxer turned bodyguard Garron".


  • Stevens, Rosemary American author of the Beau Brummell detective series.


  • Stock, Jon author of the Daniel Marchant MI6, "Legoland" trilogy.


  • Storm, Carl author of 'A Mighty Fine Way to Live and Die'.


  • Stott, Rebecca author of 'Ghostwalk'.


  • Strachan, Mari author of 'The Earth Hums in B Flat'.


  • Stratmann, Linda author of 'The Poisonous Seed'.


  • Strong, Tony author of four stand alone psychological thrillers.


  • Stuart, Julia author of the Victorian cozy, 'The Pigeon Pie Mystery'.


  • Sundstol, Vidar Norwegian author of the Minnesota Trilogy.


  • Suskind, Patrick author of the best-selling 'Perfume'.


  • Sussman, Paul author of the Inspector Khalifa series and The Hidden Oasis.


  • Sutton, Henry author of 'My Criminal World'.


  • Sutton, William author of 'The Worms of Euston Square' featuring Campbell Lawless a young Scottish policeman, working in Victorian London.


  • Sylvester, Simon author of The Visitors (2014).


  • Tallis, Frank author of a series of psychoanalytic thrillers set in Freud's Vienna.


  • Taussig, Nick author of 'The Distinguished Assassin'.


  • Taylor, Alison G author of the Wales based DCI Michael McKenna novels.


  • Taylor, Andrew author of the Lydmouth books, the Roth trilogy and the award winning "The American Boy".


  • Taylor, D J author of 'Kept - A Victorian Mystery' and 'At the Chime of a City Clock'.


  • Taylor, Sam author of The Amnesiac.


  • Teigeler, Piet author of the Antwerp Carpentier and Dewit series and some stand alone crime novels. (site in Flemish)


  • Templeton, Aline author of the DI Marjory Fleming series set in Galloway.


  • Tenison, Robert author of Deadly Secrets set in Spain.


  • The Mulgray Twins authors of No Suspicious Circumstances and Under Suspicion.


  • Theorin, Johan Swedish author of the CWA Dagger winning 'Echoes from the Dead' and 'The Darkest Room'.


  • Thomas, Craig Welsh author who probably started the techno-thriller genre.


  • Thomas, Edwin author of the Lt. Martin Jerrold series.


  • Thomas, Rhys author of 'The Suicide Club' and 'On the Third Day'.


  • Thomas, Sam


  • Thomas, Scarlett author of 3 Lily Pascale novels before mostly turning away from the genre.


  • Thomas, Will author of the Victorian seriesfeaturing Barker and Llewelyn.


  • Thompson, Brian Bella Wallis's blog (lead character in author's latest series).


  • Thompson, James American ex-pat living in Finland who writes the Inspector Kari Vaara series.


  • Thomson, Lesley author of Seven Miles from Sydney and A Kind of Vanishing.


  • Tickler, Peter author of 'Blood on the Cowley Road'.


  • Timlin, Mark author of the Nick Sharman series.


  • Todd, Charles author of the Ian Rutledge series set after WW1.


  • Todd, Marilyn author of the 'Claudia Seferius' series.


  • Tolkien, Simon crime novelist and grandson of JRR Tolkien.


  • Tope, Rebecca author of three series, featuring protagonists Den Cooper, Devon police detective and Drew Slocombe, Undertaker and now a Cotswold cozy series featuring Thea Osbourne, House Sitter.


  • Towning, Andrew MySpace site for the author of The Constantine Legacy.


  • Toyne, Simon author of the Sanctus trilogy.


  • Tremayne, Peter author of the Sister Fidelma mysteries, set mainly in Ireland during the mid-seventh century AD.


  • Trent, Christine author of the Lady of Ashes series set in Voctorian London.


  • Trow, M J author of the Maxwell series and the continuing adventures of Inspector Lestrade.


  • Turner, Jann born in France to South African parents, author of two crime-related novels set in South Africa.


  • Twining, James author of a new series featuring an art thief.


  • Tyler, L C author of The Herring Seller series.


  • Upson, Nicola author of the "Josephine Tey" series.


  • van der Vlugt, Simone Dutch author of The Reunion (published in Australia April 2008 and in the UK March 2009).


  • Vargas, Fred author of the Commissaire Adamsberg series. NB site is in French.


  • Vater, Tom author of the Detective Maier eries set in Southeast Asia.


  • Vazquez-Figueroa, Alberto Spanish author of Coltan and Tuareg (both published in English in 2009).


  • Verhoef, Esther author of Close-Up. (NB site is in Dutch).


  • Vichi, Marco author of the Inspector Bordelli series (website is in Italian).


  • Vine, Barbara Ruth Rendell's other writing name.


  • Viner, P D author of 'The Last Winter of Dani Lancing'.


  • Voss, Louise & Edwards, Mark authors of 'Catch Your Death' and 'Killing Cupid'.


  • Vowler, Tom author of 'What Lies Within'.


  • Waddell, Dan author of a new series featuring Genealogist Nigel Barnes.


  • Wagner, Jan Costin German author of 'Ice Moon' set in Finland. Published in English in 2006.


  • Waites, Martyn author of the Joe Donovan series.


  • Wakling, Christopher author of 'On Cape Three Points'.


  • Walker, Martin author of the Bruno, Chief of Police series.


  • Walker, Sue author of The Reunion, The Reckoning and The Dead Pool.


  • Walsh, Caspar author of 'Blood Road'.


  • Walsh, Jill Paton author who completed Dorothy L Sayers' Thrones, Dominations and A Presumption of Death. She also writes the Imogen Quy series.


  • Walters, Guy author of four thrillers about the 1940s.


  • Walters, Michael the author of "a series of crime thrillers set in modern-day Mongolia".


  • Walters, Minette the queen of the psychological crime novel.


  • Walton, Jo author of the alternative history 'cozy' series, beginning with 'Farthing' (2006).


  • Wareham, Evonne author of 'Never Coming Home'.


  • Waters, Paul author of the historical adventure, 'Of Merchants and Heroes' set in 3 BC.


  • Watkins, Paul author of 'The Forger' and several Booker prize nominated novels.


  • Watson, S J author of 'Before I Go To Sleep' (April 2011).


  • Weaver, Tim author of the David Raker, Missing Persons Investigator series.


  • Webster, Jason author of 'Or the Bull Kills You'.


  • Weeks, Lee author of the Detective Johnny Mann series set in Hong Kong.


  • Wells, Shirley author of 'Into the Shadows' set in the Lancashire Pennines.


  • West, Christopher author of four novels set in China featuring Inspector Wang.


  • Westerson, Jeri author of the Crispin Guest, Medieval Noir series.


  • White, Alana author of 'The Sign of the Weeping Virgin' set in fifteenth century Florence.


  • White, Michael author of 'Equinox'.


  • White, Neil author of 'Fallen Idols' and 'Lost Souls'.


  • Whitehead, Barbara author of the 'York Cycle of Mysteries'.


  • Whiteley, Aliya author of Light Reading (Macmillan New Writing series).


  • Whitfield, Kit author of Bareback/Benighted a SF-Crime hybrid.


  • Wignall, Kevin Belgian born author of four crime novels, so far.


  • Wilding, Philip blog for the author of Cross Country Murder Song (2010).


  • Wilkinson, Kerry author of the DS Jessica Daniel series.


  • Williams, Charlie author of "the trilogy" set in the backwoods English town of Mangel.


  • Williams, Conrad author of 'Blonde on a Stick'.


  • Williams, David Simon Brett's obituary for the author of the Mark Treasure, and Inspector Parry Series.


  • Williams, Kate author of 'The Pleasure of Men' set in 1840.


  • Williams, Nicola a short biography of the author of 'Without Prejudice'.


  • Williams, Timothy author of the Commissario Trotti series and a new series set on Guadeloupe.


  • Wilson, Elizabeth author of the Justine Hillyard series plus The Twilight Hour and War Damage.


  • Wilson, Laura author of excellent psychological crime novels.


  • Wilson, Robert author of the Falcon series.


  • Winslow, Emily American author of 'The Whole World' set in Cambridge (UK).


  • Winspear, Jacqueline author of the Maisie Dobbs series.


  • Wishart, David author of a historical crime series featuring Roman Marcus Corvinus.


  • Wixey, Gerald author of the 'Small Town Trilogy'.


  • Wolf, Inger Danish author of the Inspector Daniel Trokic series.


  • Wolstencroft, David author of 'Good News, Bad News' and Contact Zero set in the world of espionage.


  • Wood, Simon a Brit now living in California.


  • Woodcraft, Elizabeth author of two crime novels featuring London barrister Frankie Richmond.


  • Woodhouse, Jake author of 'After the Silence' the first book in the Amsterdam Quartet.


  • Woodrow, Patrick author of the exotic thrillers, Double Cross and First Contact


  • Woods, James Garcia author of the Inspector Ruiz Mysteries.


  • Worrall, Mark a Chelsea Fan who's just written a crime novel - Blue Murder: Chelsea Till I Die.


  • Wright, Nancy Means American author of the Mary Wollstonecraft series beginning in 2010 with 'Midnight Fires'.


  • Yates, Christopher J author of 'Black Chalk'.


  • Young, Felicity European born but has lived in Australia since 1976, her series features Perth based DS Stevie Hooper.


  • Young, Robyn author of the Brethren Trilogy which spans the last decades of the Crusades.


  • Zafon, Carlos Ruiz a Spanish literary sensation after the release of his first book for adults.


  • Zaremba, Eve author of the Helen Keremos series. Born in Poland, the author now lives in Canada.


  • Zeh, Juli author of 'Eagles and Angels' published in English in 2003. (Website in German)


  • Zouroudi, Anne author of the Hermes Diaktoros set in Greece.



AUTHOR GROUPS
  • Hazard Warning comprises Clare Littleford, Rod Duncan and Sally Spedding who perform "three inter-connected monologues that follow a Halloween journey from urban Nottingham to rural Northants".


  • LadyKillers a collection of four women crime writers: Lesley Horton, Priscilla Masters, Danuta Reah and Zoë Sharp.


  • Medieval Murderers, The are Mike Jecks, Susanna Gregory, Bernard Knight, Ian Morson and Philip Gooden, C J Sansom and Karen Maitland.


  • The Murder Squad a collection of northern England crime writers: John Baker, Chaz Brenchley, Ann Cleeves, Martin Edwards, Margaret Murphy, Stuart Pawson and Cath Staincliffe.


  • The Secrets of Crime a collection of British crime authors: Bill James, Russell James, Gillian Linscott, Iain McDowall, Priscilla Masters, Phil Rickman, Rosemary Rowe, Betty Rowlands and Rebecca Tope.


  • The Unusual Suspects who are ...Natasha Cooper, Manda Scott, Michelle Spring, Andrew Taylor and Laura Wilson.



CLASSIC authors
  • Allain, Marcel & Souvestre, Pierre creators of Fantomas.


  • Allingham, Margery author of the Campion series.


  • Ambler, Eric biography and bibliography.


  • Blake, Nicholas also known as Cecil Day-Lewis.


  • Bonett, Emery she also co-wrote with her husband as John and Emery Bonett.


  • Bowers, Dorothy author of five books, four of which feature Inspector Dan Pardoe. Being reissued by Rue Morgue Press.


  • Bramah, Ernest creator of the adventurer stories of Kai Lung and the short stories featuring blind detective Max Carrados.


  • Brooks, Edwy Searles "his published words amount to about 40 millions, which is equivalent to 800 50,000 word novels".


  • Buchan, John author of the 'Thirty-Nine Steps'.


  • Cannan, Joanna Rue Morgue Press have reprinted both of her novels featuring Det. Insp. Guy Northeast.


  • Canning, Victor author of 30+ thrillers.


  • Carr, Glyn excellent bio from Rue Morgue Press.


  • Carter, Philip Youngman husband of Margery Allingham and author of two Campion novels.


  • Charteris, Leslie author of The Saint books.


  • Chesterton, G K author of the Father Brown books.


  • Childers, Erskine wikipedia entry for the author of 'The Riddle of the Sands'.


  • Christie, Agatha Web Companion.


  • Christie, Agatha (2) AGATHA CHRISTIE.NET a comprehensive website - The Icelandic Homepage!.


  • Christie, Agatha (3) the official online home of the Queen of Crime.


  • Coggin, Joan her books are being republished by Rue Morgue Press.


  • Collins, Wilkie the author of possibly the first detective novel.


  • Cory, Desmond British mystery/thriller writer, and creator of spy fiction character Johnny Fedora


  • Crispin, Edmund author of the Gervase Fen novels.


  • Daniel, Glyn author of two detective movels featuring a Cambridge Don and reprinted recently (publisher's webpage).


  • Dillon, Eilís Irish author of 3 detective stories in the 1950s


  • Donovan, Dick the pseudonym used by Joyce Emmerson Preston Muddock, whose Dick Donovan character predated Sherlock Holmes.


  • Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan one of many sites devoted to this famous creator of Sherlock Holmes.


  • Dudley, Ernest obituary in The Times, he was "best known as the creator of the psychiatrist-sleuth Dr Morelle and as the host of the radio series Armchair Detective in the 1940s and 1950s."


  • Durbridge, Francis author of the Paul Temple series.


  • Farrer, Katherine author of a trilogy of books written in the 1950s and featuring Inspector Richard Ringwood. Being reissued by Rue Morgue Press.


  • Fleming, Ian author of the 'James Bond' series.


  • Ford, Elbur is better known as Victoria Holt and/or Jean Plaidy. She wrote four crime novels in the 1950s under this pseudonym.


  • Freeman, R Austin author of the Dr John Thorndyke series.


  • Garve, Andrew author of over forty thrillers.


  • Hall, Adam the unofficial site for the Quiller books, films etc.


  • Hamilton, Patrick author of 'Hangover Square', recently republished by Europa Editions.


  • Heyer, Georgette a popular regency romance writer who also wrote a dozen crime novels.


  • Hornung, E W bibliography of the author of the 'Raffles' series.


  • Household, Geoffrey author of 'Rogue Male'.


  • Hunter, Alan obituary for the author of the George Gently series.


  • Innes, Michael author of the Sir John Appleby series.


  • Janson, Hank wikipedia entry.


  • Kaye, M M author of the evocative 'Death in' series as well as The Far Pavilions.


  • Kersh, Gerald author of Night And The City and hundreds of short stories.


  • Lang, Maria prolific Swedish mystery writer in the Agatha Christie style.


  • Leroux, Gaston author of many detective stories including 'The Mystery of the Yellow Room'.


  • Lorac, E C R Golden Age writer who also wrote as Carol Carnac.


  • Macdonald, Philip author of 'The List of Adrian Messenger'.


  • Malet, Leo author of the Nestor Burma series set in Paris, written between the 1940s and 1980s.


  • Marsh, Ngaio author of the Roderick Alleyn mysteries.


  • Marsh, Ngaio (2) a website about her home as well as other information.


  • Masterman, J C author of two crime novels set in an imaginary Oxford college.


  • McCabe, Cameron German author of six crime novels written in English including 'The Face on the Cutting-Room Floor' a "detective story to end detective stories" according to Julian Symons.


  • Milne, A A author of 'The Red House Mystery' as well as Winnie-the-Pooh stories.


  • Mitchell, Gladys a tribute site to the author of the Mrs Bradley series.


  • Rabe, Peter born in Germany as Peter Rabinowitsch in 1921, immigrated to the U.S. in 1938 to escape the Nazis. Later wrote hardboiled/noir novels.


  • Rohmer, Sax author of the legendary 'Fu Manchu' series.


  • Roth, Joseph Austrian author of 'Confession of a Murderer'.


  • Sarsfield, Maureen author of two mysteries written in the 1940s. (Rue Morgue Press site)


  • Sayers, Dorothy L creator of Lord Peter Wimsey and Harriet Vane.


  • Simenon, Georges an excellent guide to the author's best known creation, Inspector Maigret.


  • Tey, Josephine author of the fascinating "The Daughter of Time". (Richard III Society Page)


  • van Gulik, Robert author of the Judge Dee mysteries.




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