MY LIMITED BOOKMARKS #2
Here is a list of my limited bookmarks--some are mystery-related, some are not. Since you can construct a psychological profile on anybody by looking at his/her book case, record rack or browser bookmarks, I don't dare to show you all my bookmarks. Now that I write a monthly column on the mystery scene in cyberspace for Hayakawa's Mystery Magazine, a Japanese magazine with stories, reviews, columns, photos and other interesting things, I frequently visit these following sites.
MYSTERY WRITERS (A to E)
These days, setting up a web site seems to be a fad, and more and more mystery writers set up their own web sites for self-promotion. I list them up alphabetically.
- Peter Abrahams Homepage
Abrahams is the author of A PERFECT CRIME and CRYING WOLF.
- Jesus Creek, Tennessee
Deborah Adams is the author of the Jesus Creek novels.
- DARK MAZE
Thomas Adcock writes the series about Detective Neil "Hock" Hockaday of the "elite" NYPD SCUM (Street Crimes Unit--Manhattan) Patrol.
- Bruce Alexander, Sir John Fielding and 18th Century London
Alexander (aka. Bruce Cook) is the writer of the Sir John Fielding series.
- Kevin Allman
Allman is the author of the Kieran O'Connor mysteries.
- Christianne Amato
Amato is the author of a legal suspense GREEN HILL.
- Donna Andrews
Andrews is the Agatha-winning author of the Meg Langsdown series.
- East of A
Russell Atwood wrote EAST OF A (Ballantine, 1999), an urban thriller.
- E. C. Ayres Homepage
Ayres is an author of the Tony Lowell mysteries.
- John Baker's Homepage
Baker is the author of the Sam Turner series. Turner is a private eye who lives and works out of York, England.
- The Home of Author Robert Barnard
Barnard is a British mystery author.
- Linda Barnes
Barnes is a creator of Carlotta Carlyle, Boston private eye and part-time cab driver.
- Nevada Barr Home Page
Barr is the author of the Anna Pigeon mysteries. Pigeon is a National Park Service ranger. There are two unofficial web sites about Barr as indicated below.
- Nevada Barr
Barr is the author of the Anna Pigeon mysteries. Pigeon is a National Park Service ranger. There is another web site about Barr.
- Richard Barre, Writer
Barre is the author of the Wil Hardesty private eye series.
- Dean Barrett
Barrett is the author of HANGMAN'S POINT and other Andrew Adams mysteries.
- William Bayer's Web Site
Bayer also writes as David Hunt.
- Carol Lea Benjamin
Benjamin is the author of the Rachel Alexander and Dash mystery series.
- The Pippa Hunnechurch Mysteries
Ron and Janet Benrey are the co-authors of LITTLE WHITE LIES (2001), the first in the series featuring Pippa Hunnechurch, headhunter, or "executive recruiter" if you like.
- The William Bernhardt Web Page
Bernhardt is the author of the Ben Kincaid (Oklahoma attorney) series.
- Paul Bishop Home Page
Los Angeles policeman Bishop writes the Fey Croaker thrillers.
- Cara Black: A Writer's Website
Black is the author of the Aimee Leduc mysteries.
- The Crossword Murder -- Thanks for a link to TGS
Nero Blanc (Steve Zettler and Cordelia Biddle) wrote THE CROSSWORD MURDER (Berkley Prime Crime, 1999) and TWO DOWN (2000).
- Lawrence Block - Author
Lawrence Block's official web site is finally set up. Block is not only the author of novels featuring Matt Scudder, Bernie Rhodenbarr, Keller, Chip Harrison, but also the bookseller of his own books. You can play the Hit Man game at the HarperCollins site.
- Lawrence Block Newsletter
You can read the latest and past issues of Block's personal newsletter. Block is the creator of several series characters such as Matt Scudder the shamus, Bernie Rhodenbarr the burglar, Keller the killer, Chip Harrison, Martin Ehrengraf the attorney and Evan Tanner the spy. You can find out what Larry is up to recently in Lawrence Block Latest News.
- Monsieur Pamplemousse
Michael Bond, best known as the creator of Paddington Bear, is the writer of the Monsieur Pamplemousse series.
- The Cat Caliban Mysteries by D. B. Borton
D. B. Borton is the author of the Cat Caliban series, featuring an author biography, excerpts, and interactive mystery.
- Mark Bouton
Bouton writes hard-boiled cosmic mysteries with private eye Max Austin.
- Invitation To A Funeral Tour of Restoration London----Thanks for a link to TGS
The webmistress is Molly Brown, who wrote INVITATION TO A FUNERAL and CRACKER: TO SAY I LOVE YOU. You can tour the city of London during the last half of the 17th century.
- Rita Mae Brown
Brown and her tiger cat Sneaky Pie write the series featuring postmistress Mary Minor Haristeen--her friends call her Harry--and Mrs. Murphy, her tiger cat. Her publisher Bantam-Doubleday-Dell also has a Rita Mae Brown web site.
- Anthony Bruno, Crime Writer
Bruno is the author of the Bad series.
- Robin Burcell
Burcell is a police officer and mystery author, who has written EVER MOVESSHE MAKES, a police procedural, featuring Karen Gillespie, San Francisco Homicide Inspector -- an inspector in Frisco is a detective in other cities.
- Purple Cane Road
This is a website of Random House, which has Doubleday under its umbrella among others. James Lee Burke writes PURPLE CANE ROAD (Doubleday, 2000), featuring Dave Robicheaux.
- James Lee Burke
This is a website of Simon & Schuster, which publish the audio tape edition of Burke's novels. Burke is very famous for his Dave Robicheaux series.
- Jan Burke's Web Site
Jan Burke is the author of the Irene Kelly mysteries.
- W. R. Burnett
Managed by Katherine Harper at Bowling Green State University, this site is devoted to the tough guy writer of LITTLE CAESAR, HIGH SIERRA and other crime novels and stories.
- Stephen J. Cannell
Cannell is the producer of THE ROCKFORD FILES (one of my favorite private eye TV programs) and other quality mystery programs, and he has started to write thriller books, too.
- The John Dickson Carr Collector
This site is for Carr (aka. Carter Dickson) enthusiasts and/or Carr collectors of first edition hardbacks and vintage paperbacks..
- The Raymond Chandler WebSite
Probably the most comprehensive web site about the creator of Philip Marlowe.
- Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles
Webmaster Alain Silver is a co-writer (with Elizabeth Ward) of RAYMOND CHANDLER'S LOS ANGELES (Overlook Press, 1987), whose paperback edition has been finally out. This site has four excerpts from Chandler's fiction and their accompanying photographs.
- Raymond Chandler Online Library
Byron Preiss Multimedia Company sells TROUBLE IS MY BUSINESS, a CD-ROM with several novels of Chandler, and PHILIP MARLOWE, PRIVATE EYE, a CD-ROM game with you as Marlowe.
- Cliff Chandler
Cliff Chandler is the author of VENGEANCE IS MINE and THE PARAGONS.
- Dangerous Dwarf: The George C. Chesbro Page
Chesbro is the author of the Robert "Mongo" Frederickson mystery series.
- The American Chesterton Society
G. K. Chesterton is famous for his stories featuring Father Brown.
- Lee Child - Official Web Site
Chid is the author of the Jack Reacher mystery series.
- Mystery Author Margaret Chittenden
Chittenden is the author of the Charlie Plato mystery series.
- The Official Online Home of Agatha Christie
Christie's official website has a new online mystery, a store, a bibliography, a biography among others.
- Joyce Christmas
Christmas writes two mystery series, one featuring Betty Trenka, and another featuring Lady Margaret Priam.
- The Official Booksite for Mary Higgins Clark
Mary Higgins Clark, the Queen of Suspense, has been waiting for you. You can hear excerpts from her best-selling books.
- L. B. Cobb, Mystery Author
Cobb is the author of SPLENDOR BAY and PROMISES TOWN.
- The Myron Bolitar Web Site
Harlan Coben writes the Myron Bolitar mystery series.
- Molly Cochran's Home Page
Cochran ghosted several of the Destroyer book, wrote Edgar-winning GRANDMASTER, uses the "Dev Stryker" pen-name.
- Tim Cockey Webpage
Cockey is the author of the Hitchcock Sewell mysteries.
- Margaret Coel<
Coel is the author of the Wind River mystery series featuring Jesuit priest Father John O'Malley and Arapaho attorney Vickey Holden.
- The Immortal Game
Mark Coggins is the author of his first private eye novel, THE IMMORTAL GAME (1999).
- The Official FOMAC Website
FOMAC stands for Friends/Family/Fans Of Max Allan Collins, who writes several series about Chicago private eye Nate Heller, "Revenooer" Eliot Ness, mystery writer Mallory among others.
- Dennis Lynds, aka Michael Collins
Dennis Lynds is the author of the Dan Fortune novels (written by Michael Collins), of the the Buena Costa County novels (by John Crowe), of the Paul Shaw novels (by Mark Sadler), and of the Kane Jackson (by William Arden).
- Michael Connelly.com----Thanks for a link to TGS
The official web site for Michael Connelly, best-selling writer of the Harry Bosch series.
- John Connolly
Connolly is the author of the Charlie Parker detective series.
- The Official Patricia Cornwell Web Experience
This is THE OFFICIAL website, where you can buy official Patsy caps and T-shirts.
- Patricia Cornwell Bibliography
Almost everyone knows who Patsy Cornwell is. The best-selling author of the Kay Scarpetta series signed a three-book $24 million deal with Putnam. She's got a lot of dough as well as a lot of trouble with stalkers. Do you still envy her?
- The Patricia Cornwell Web Site
Another unofficial web site devoted to poor little rich Patsy. If you want to know the personal side of her life, this site helps you find the info.
- Mat Coward
Coward is an editor of Crimewave and mystery columnist as well as a mystery writer.
- The Official Robert Crais Web Site
Robert Crais writes the Elvis Cole series.
- Bill Crider's Homemade Homepage
Crider is the author of the Sheriff Dan thodes series, the Carl Burns series, the Truman Smith series, the Stanley Waters series (with Willard Scott) and other mystery, western and horror novels.
- The Simona Griffo Mysteries
Camilla Crespi writes an amateur sleuth series starring Simona Griffo, a transplanted Italian who works in a New York advertising agency.
- Deborah Crombie -- Thanks for a link to TGS
Crombie is the author of the Superintendent Duncan Kincaid/Sergeant Gemma James series.
- Barbara D'Amato Home Page
D'Amato is an author of the Cat Marsala mystery series featuring a Chicago magazine writers. She has started a new series featuring a pair of Chicago cops--Suze Figueroa and Norm Bennis.
- Jeanne M. Dams
Dams is the author of the Dorothy Martin series.
- Carol Anne Davis Web Site----Thanks for a link to TGS
Carol Anne Davis is the author of the crime novel KISS IT AWAY and the true crime CHILDREN WHO KILL.
- Lindsey Davis
Davis, the first Historical Dagger winner, is the author of the Falco series set in the Roman Empire.
- J. Howard Investigations
Janet Dawson writes the Jeri Howard mysteries, Jeri being a female private eye in Oakland, California. .
- Dianne Day Home Page
Dianne is back with her made-over web site! She is the author of the Fremont Jones series set in old San Francisco.
- Jeffery Deaver -- The Official Website
Deaver is the author of THE BONE COLLECTOR and other Lincoln Rhymes mysteries. There is a PR site for his latest novel, THE BLUE NOWHERE.
- Edward Dee -- The Official Home Page
Dee is the author of the Joe Gregory and Anthony Ryan police mysteries.
- Mystery Author Nora DeLoach
DeLoach is the author of the "Mama" mystery series featuring Candi and Simone Covington.
- Terry Devane
Devane (aka. Jeremiah Healy) is the author of the Mairead O'Clare legal-thriller series.
- Inspector Morse & Kavanagh QC Infopage
This site features the Inspector E. Morse TV series base on the novels by Colin Dexter.
- The Official Inspecto Morse Website
The Carlton Television's official Inspector Morse website.
- Pulp Writer
The website of Gary M. Dobbs
- David Dodge Bibliography
Dodge was a mystery/suspense writer who wrote TO CATCH A THIEF (1952), on which Alfred Hitchcock based the Cary Grant-Grace Kelly movie.
- Carole Nelson Douglas
Douglas writes the Irene Adler (a diva who outwitted Sherlock Holmes) series and the Midnight Louie (a black tomcat sleuth) series as well as science fiction and romance novels. You can also find the latest issue of Midnight Louie's Scratching-Post Intelligencer here.
- The Chronicles of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The site provides biographical information, quotes and games dealing with the life and work of the creator of Sherlock Holmes.
- The Official Website of Mystery/Suspense Author Brendan DuBois
DuBois is the author of the Lewis Cole mystery series, as well as one of the best short story writers at present. He wrote RESURRECTION DAY (1999), an alternate historical mystery.
- John Dunning's home page at PreviewPort
Dunning is the author of the Cliff Janeway mysteries.
- Martin Edwares Homepage
Edwards is the author of the Harry Devlin novels and the Lake District mysteries.
- Barry Eisler
Eisler is the author of RAIN FALL and HARD RAIN, featuring half-American half-Japanese assassin John Rain.
- Ron Ellis
Ron Ellis is the author of Liverpool radio DJ/Private Eye Johnny Ace crime novels.
This is an unofficial James Ellroy website.
- Ellroy Confidential
This is the English version of the James "Mad Dog" Ellroy web site.
- Demon Dog Central
The main place on the web for info about James "Mad Dog" Ellroy. There is a web site for a film base on L. A. CONFIDENTIAL.
- The Official Earl Emerson Web Site
Emerson writes two mystery series: one featuring Thomas Black, Seattle private eye; and another Mac Fontana, fire marshall.
- Clayton Emery - Hack Writer
Emery, no hack writer, is the author of the Robin Hood stories and the Joseph Fisher stories.
- Loren D. Estleman
The official website of Estleman, famous for his Amos Walker private eye mysteries and Detroit series among others.
- Janet Evanovich Online
Evanovich writes the Stephanie Plum series. Stephanie is a female bounty hunter in Noo Joisey. This is the non-frame version. If you like the frame version, click this.
- Nina Zero
Rober M. Eversz now lives in Prague. He wrote NINA ZERO (2002) and SHOOTING ELVIS: CONFESSION OF AN ACCIDENTAL TERRORIST (Grove Press, 1996), both featuring Nina Zero, as well as two private eye novels featuring Paul Marston and Angel Cantini.
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