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be used in mysteries to help shape the story - not only can it be the setting, but winter may also influence the action and can be an important element in murder.' Author, title, pub. Winter Can Be Murder (Eileen Pearce, MLS): Author and title only for about a dozen murder mysteries with winter holiday themes, except Christmas; including Hannukah, New Year's Day, Valentine's Day, St. Holiday Mysteries (Novi PL, MI): Author and title only for about 25 Christmas mystery titles. (Skip to Individual mystery readlikes.) If You Like ... 'atmospheric Suspense Stories, featuring deception, fast action, adventure, puzzles, and conspiracies' involving code-breaking. (Tulsa City-County Library, OK): Provides titles, short summaries, and webcat links for books by 20 authors similar to Evanovich, including Jen Sacks, Gillian Roberts, Tamar Myers, Marissa Piesman, Lauren Henderson, Marne Davis Kellogg, Donna Andrews, Selma Eichler, Donald Westlake, and others. Author, title, summary for about 100 crime novels, from by Stephen White. Browse by: author, character, location, job of series character, historical period, diversity of series character. year, and webcat link for series/titles set in: Algeria, Botswana, Congo, Egypt (many), Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Kenya (many), Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Tunisia, and Zanzibar. ): Lists about 15 series set in Africa, with author, protagonist, and brief description of protagonist and setting. Mystery Readers International: African Mysteries: Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the journal titled African Mysteries (Volume 26, No. Lots of articles, essays, and lists about mysteries in Africa, Africa noir, safari mysteries, etc. ): Lists about 15 series set in the Middle East (mostly Turkey, Egypt and Israel), with author, protagonist, and brief description of protagonist and setting. Ancient Egypt in Mysteries and Thrillers (Noreen Doyle): Short stories and novels with significant elements drawn from ancient and modern Egypt.year, cover image and extensive summary for a dozen books, from by Asa Larsson. My Shelf: New Year's Day Mysteries (My Shelf.com) : Author and title only for about 40 New Year's mysteries. Mysteries (San Francisco Mystery Bookstore, CA) : If You Like strong female leads, female leads in a lighter or more domestic vein, classic English mystery, really funny mysteries, the standard private eye novel, male leads of the amateur persuasion, tough crime novels, gritty (and often unpleasant) stories, big lawyer books, really good writers (that we feel have been undeservedly neglected in recent years), then this is the place for you. If You Like Lilian Jackson Braun, then you might like ... Author, title, webcat link, cover image and summary for about 20 books, by Ross King, Raymond Khoury, Ian Caldwell, Umberto Eco, John Case, Lynn Sholes, et al. If you liked The Da Vinci Code, or, What to read while waiting for your copy (Timberland Regional Library, WA): Suggests Dan Brown's three other books, several non-fiction books on a similar topic, about a dozen intellectual thrillers with historical underpinnings, four series of fantasy fiction, and five other fiction readalikes. Author, title, webcat link, cover image and summary for a dozen books, by James Lee Burke, Robert Crais, Andrew Grant, Gregg Hurwitz, Barry Eisler et al. If You Like Mary Higgins Clark, then you might like ... (Multnomah County Library, OR): Author, title, publication year, summary for about 20 books similar to Evanovich's, from Donna Andrews . Mystery Series List (Leslie Ambedian): More of a mystery sleuths list. First in a Series #1 (Sunnyvale PL, CA): Author, first title, webcat link, and brief description of about 80 mystery series; followed by a href=" in a Series 2.htm"First in a Series #2, with another 80 or so series listed. Fishing Mysteries (State Library of Tasmania): Author, title, summary for 7 mysteries. Mysteries Set in Africa (Mid-Continent Public Library, Independence, MO): Authors, titles, and publication dates only, no summaries. Mysteries Set in Africa (Charlotte Bradshaw, Fiction-L): Author and title for about 30 single titles and 4 series. Author, title, publication info, and brief summary. Crime Novels Set in Egypt (Middle East Booklover): Author, title, publication date, and summary for crime novels set in Egypt by 9 authors. (J Lockhart, Wake County PL, NC): Author, title, webcat link, cover image, and summary for about a dozen books, by David Baldacci, Kate Wilhelm, Lisa Socttoline, Perri O'Shaughnessy, et al. year (2004-2005), and summary for about 20 medical thrillers, from Jeffrey Anderson's by F. Eberhart), protagonist, theme, and book titles, with webcat links. Forensic Fiction (Lincoln City Libraries, NE): Author, title, protagonist's name, publication year, and webcat link for about 100 books and series, subdivided by scientific specialty (Forensic Artists or Photographers; Forensic Archaeologists/Anthropologists; Medical Examiners, Doctors/Pathologists, and Dentists; general forensics; Historical Forensic 'detectives'; Geologists and Historians; Psychologists and Psychiatrists. Author, title, publication info, summaries for about 35 fiction and 12 non-fiction books 'about Forensic Science, Forensic Psychology, Forensic Anthropology, Medical Examiners, Crime Scene Investigations, etc.' Fiction from by Stephen White. Forensic Mysteries (Bloomington Library, IL): Author, title, and summary for 15 books, from Patricia Cornwell's by Tess Gerritsen. Forensic Scientists in Mystery and Suspense (Wilmette PL, IL): 'The following authors write their stories from the viewpoint of forensic anthropologists and forensic pathologists.' Lists titles in 8 series, with pub. Authors include Aaron Elkins, Sharyn Mc Crumb, Tess Gerritsen, Patricia Cornwell, Kathy Reichs, Leonard Goldberg et al. (Patti Cheney, Fiction-L) : List of authors -- with series character's name and profession for -- who write crime novels involving forensic medicine. Forensic Mysteries (Wolfner Library, Jefferson City, MO): Author, title, and summary for 15 mysteries using forensic science to solve the crime(s), from by Kathy Reichs. If You Like Patricia Cornwell (Dan Brooks, Wake County PL, NC): 2-page PDF. Charles Public Library, IL): Author, title (latest in series, if part of series), and one-line description of the forensic scientist for abut 35 novels/series. Deadly Pleasures Best Crime Fiction of 2006 (Deadly Pleasures): 'A list of 2006 titles which have garnered excellent reviews from critics, booksellers and library journals.' In five sections: Best Novels (27 listed), Best First Novels (13), Best British Novels (11), and Best Paperback Originals (10), and Best Thrillers (7). Author, title, summary for about 70 crime novels set in 'medical facilities including nursing homes, physicians’ offices, hospitals and research laboratories' and with an investigator who is 'a doctor, nurse, medical examiner, scientist, lab technician or even a patient.' From by F. Medical Thrillers (Mesa Library, AZ): Author, title, pub. Medical Mysteries (Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): Brief description of the subgenre, accompanied by a table listing about 65 authors (varying widely from Val Mc Dermid to Robin Cook to Mignon G. Charles Public Library, IL): Lists about 25 titles with authors (no summaries) of medical thrillers, from . Biothrillers (Tulsa City-County Library, OK): Titles and webcat links for about 30 books by about 15 authors, in categories of medical thrillers, plagues, genetics, biotech thrillers, and environmental thrillers. Crime Scene Investigations Booklist (Overbooked): These books have received starred reviews from the major reviewing sources. Forensic and Medical Mysteries (Winter Park PL, FL): Lists about 35 single titles and about 35 series, with author, title, and webcat link for each. Author, title, summary, and webcat link for about 15 books: 4 fiction, 4 mystery, and 6 non-fiction. Forensic Medicine (State Library of Tasmania): Author, title, and occupation of sleuth listed for 14 series featuring forensics. 100 Best Mysteries of the Century (Independent Mystery Booksellers Assoc.): As selected by independent mystery bookstore owners. 50 Greatest Mysteries of All Time (Internet Book List): This is a list of Otto Penzler's choices for '50 Greatest Mysteries of All Time,' compiled for a book of the same title. Cat Mysteries (Info Soup - Owls Net Library Consortium, WI): Author, some series description, and links to titles with webcat links for about 25 cat series. 2), from Summer 2003 or Music and Mysteries: Finale (Volume 19, No. Lots of articles, essays, and lists featuring musically inclined crime novels. [adapted from Mysteryguide] Calling Scotland Yard: Mysteries Featuring Britain's Elite Police Force (Northbrook Public Library, IL) : Lists about 30 fiction titles, with author and summary for each, from Rennie Airth's . Music Mysteries (Winter Park PL, FL): Lists author, title, webcat link for about 120 single titles and about 35 series involving music. Mystery Readers International: Music and Mysteries: Overture: Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the journal Music and Mysteries: Overture (Volume 19, No. Author, title, webcat link, cover image and summary for about 15 books, by Henning Mankell, G. Malliet, Donald Westlake, Lisa Lutz, Richard Castle, et al. The hallmark of police procedurals is a realistic depiction of official investigations, emphasizing teamwork, methodical pavement-pounding, lucky breaks, administrative hassles, and paperwork. Mysteries Featuring Dogs (Arlington PL, TX): Author, (first) title, webcat link, summary of series for 7 series featuring dogs. Mysteries featuring Cats (Williamsburg PL, VA): Author, title, webcat link, and summary for 12 series, plus about 12 more anthologies and stand-alones. Museums and Mysteries (Springfield Greene County Library, MO): Author, title, webcat link, and summary for about 10 novels, by PD James, Tony Hillerman, Aaron Elkins, Elizabeth Peters, Agatha Christie, et al. Art Mysteries (Nevins Memorial Library, Methuen, MA): Author, title, pub. Plus four short story collections, and author, title, pub. (San Antonio Public Library, TX): Author, title, publication year, summary for about a dozen books similar to Grisham's legal suspense novels, from David Baldacci's . Lists author, title, webcat link for 9 single titles and about 80 series. Police Procedurals (Reader's Advice): 'Mysteries in which the detective is a member of a police force, and must work within the rules and procedures of the force.' Author, title, and Amazon link for over 550 titles (most in series), from Warren Adler's Fiona Fitz Gerald series to Thomas Zigal's Kurt Muller series. info, summary for about 20 titles, most of which received starred reviews from Kirkus, Library Journal, or Booklist, by Reginald Hill, Ruth Rendell, Ian Rankin, Barry Maitland (actually Australian), Peter Robinson, Deborah Crombie, PD James, Jill Mc Gown, et al. Crime in the Big City: Novels Featuring the LAPD and NYPD (Lynne M.
(San Antonio Public Library, TX): Author, title, publication year, summary for about 15 books similar to Patterson's, from Adam Barrow's . Author, title, webcat link, cover image, and summary for about 15 books, by Susan Dunlap, Linda Fairstein, Carolyn Hart, Sharyn Mc Crumb, Carol O’Connell, et al. Tannenbaum, Grif Stickley, Clifford Irving, Steve Martini, Scott Turow, William J. Legal Fiction (Durham County Library, NC): Author, title, paragraph-length summaries for about 25 novels. Some writers included are Margaret Coel, Carola Dunn, Marne Davis Kellogg, Gillian Linscott, Ian Morson, Connie Shelton, David Walker. TV and Film Detectives (Bundaberg Library, Queensland, Australia) : Lists about 50 TV/film sleuths and their authors, in order by sleuth/detective, from Ross Mac Donald's Lew Archer to W. Murder By Toaster: Mysteries With Surprisingly Lethal Weapons (M. Buffa's See also other sections on this page for occupations related to books, cooking, the arts, medicine, the law, forensic sciences, etc., and for books featuring specific mystery occupations like police procedurals, PIs, amateur sleuths, etc. ): Lists crime novels and series -- with author, title(s), publication year(s), links to more details and Amazon listings -- by occupation, including academics, animal care, construction industry, farmers and ranchers, finance, high society (nice work if you can get it), interior designers, maritime industries, morticians, psychiatrists and psychologists, righters of wrongs, translators, etc. Investigative Reporters (Supper Sleuths, Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): 'The investigative reporter may be considered a private detective (without license) and is often listed as an amateur with journalistic skills.' Author, protagonist's name, titles, pub.
Author, title, webcat link, cover image, and summary for about a dozen books, by Stephen Frey, John Sandford, John Hart, Margate Coel, Mary Higgins Clark, et al. Christian Mysteries and Thrillers (Kecia Greer, South Carolina State Library): Author, title, publication info, and summary for about 25 books/series (if series, titles are also listed). Lawyers & Mysteries (Winter Park PL, FL): Lists author, title, webcat link for about 45 single titles and about 60 legal series. Authors include Neil Albert, William Bernhardt, Kate Charles, Margaret Maron, Barry Reed, Carolyn Wheat, others. Mystery Bibliographies (Tangled Web): Lists of mystery bibliographies, in categories such as historical mysteries, women mystery writers (further divided), female P.
Stuart Woods Readalikes (Mid-Continent Public Library, Independence, MO): About 45 other authors whose books are similar to Woods' are listed, with titles. Legal Thrillers (Reader's Advice): Author, title, and Amazon link for about 400 titles, from Reed Arvin's by Shelby Yastrow. Charles Public Library, IL): Lists about a dozen lawyer-authors and their crime titles, plus a list of 12 more lawyer-authors without title listing. Author, title, webcat link, cover image and summary for about 15 books, by James Grippando, Linda Fairstein, Jeffrey Deaver, James Patterson, Lee Child, et al. Not comprehensive, but provides depth of information on sleuths, bibliography, biography, web links, and reviews for 200 authors.
(Deborah Danzeiser, Wake County PL, NC): 2-page PDF. Kennedy, Sachem Public Library, Holbrook, NY): Multiple titles for each of 28 authors of the subgenre, with a total of over 155 titles in all, including publication info and summaries. And if you just can't get enough, there's also Back to the Bench: More Legal Thrillers & Courtroom Dramas, with another 33 titles. Legal Thrillers (Marin County Free Library, CA): Two-page PDF file. Bernhardt, Phillip Margolin, Richard North Patterson, Lisa Scottoline, Kate Wilhelm, Philip Friedman, Nancy T. The Court is in Session: Law and Lawyers in Fiction (Williamsburg Public Library): Mysteries, thrillers, and simple legal fiction. Books Too Good To Put Down: Murder Mysteries (Book Bytes): Detailed descriptions of lots of recommended murder mysteries, from Donna Andrews' . 'All the books recommended here have a link with crime - or a criminal act - but there the similarity ends.' More than 20 books listed, with author, title, summary/review, including by Doris Lessing.
From the Hideaway Novels by Hannah Alexander to Scales of Justice: A Plethora of Legal Thrillers & Courtroom Dramas (Lynne M. Legal Thrillers: Beyond Perry Mason (Monroe County Public Library, IN): Author, title, publication year listed for about 65 books, by authors such as Wm. I.s, cozies, the golden age, with author, sleuth, titles, and setting/time provided. Break Out: Books About Crime (Wakefield Libraries, UK): PDF.