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Friday, December 16, 2005

Mystery and Suspense Author Index

This post is an author index of the mystery and suspense titles that have been reviewed on Tillabooks. Science fiction, fantasy, "other" fiction, nonfiction, and musical book indexes are also available. This index was last updated on 12/26/2008.

Use the linked letters below to jump directly to that portion of the index.

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  • Baantjer, A.C.: DeKok and Murder by Melody

  • Barron, Stephanie: Jane and the Unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor

  • Bebris, Carrie: North by Northanger

  • Bebris, Carrie: Pride and Prescience

  • Beinhart, Larry: The Librarian

  • Blake, Michelle: The Book of Light

  • Bowen, Kevin: The Third Funeral

  • Brown, Dan: The Da Vinci Code

  • Buckley, William F.: Last Call for Blackford Oakes

  • Caldwell, Ian: The Rule of Four

  • Carr, Caleb: The Italian Secretary

  • Cooley, Martha: The Archivist

  • Davies, Martin: The Conjuror's Bird

  • Dereske, Jo: Bookmarked to Die

  • Dietrich, William: Napoleon's Pyramids

  • Dun, David: The Black Silent

  • Dunning, John: Booked Twice

  • Dunning, John: Booked to Die

  • Dunning, John: The Bookman's Promise

  • Dunning, John: The Bookman's Wake

  • Dunning, John: Deadline

  • Eco, Umberto: The Name of the Rose

  • Emerson, Earl: Into the Inferno

  • Grisham, John: The Broker

  • Grisham, John: The King of Torts

  • Grisham, John: The Last Juror

  • Gross, Claudia: Scholarium

  • Gruber, Michael: The Book of Air and Shadow

  • Hillerman, Tony: The Blessing Way

  • Hillerman, Tony: Dance Hall of the Dead

  • Hillerman, Tony: The Dark Wind

  • Hillerman, Tony: The Ghostway

  • Hillerman, Tony: People of Darkness

  • Hillerman, Tony: The Sinister Pig

  • Hillerman, Tony: Skeleton Man

  • Jance, J.A.: Long Time Gone

  • King, Laurie: The Art of Detection

  • King, Laurie R.: A Darker Place

  • King, Laurie R.: Folly

  • King, Laurie R.: The Game

  • King, Laurie R.: A Grave Talent

  • King, Laurie R.: Justice Hall

  • King, Laurie R.: Keeping Watch

  • King, Laurie R.: A Letter of Mary

  • King, Laurie R.: Locked Rooms

  • King, Laurie R.: The Moor

  • King, Laurie R.: To Play the Fool

  • King, Laurie: Touchstone

  • King, Laurie R.: With Child

  • King, Ross: Ex Libris

  • Krentz, Jayne Ann: Absolutely, Positively

  • Krentz, Jayne Ann: Second Sight

  • Kurland, Michael, ed.: Sherlock Holmes: The Hidden Years

  • Lehane, Dennis: Darkness Take My Hand

  • Mawer, Simon: The Gospel of Judas

  • McGowan, Kathleen: The Expected One

  • Myers, Beverle Graves: The Iron Tongue of Midnight

  • Neville, Katherine: The Magic Circle

  • Pérez-Reverte, Arturo: The Club Dumas

  • Pérez-Reverte, Arturo: The Flanders Panel

  • Pirie, David: The Dark Water

  • Pearson, Ridley: The Body of David Hayes

  • Pinord, Lila L.: Skye Dancer

  • Quick, Amanda: Second Sight

  • Rusch, Sheldon: For Edgar

  • Sayers, Dorothy: A Presumption of Death

  • Sayers, Dorothy L.: Thrones, Dominations

  • Skibbins, David: Eight of Swords

  • Thomason, Dustin: The Rule of Four

  • Vanneman, Alan: Sherlock Holmes and the Hapsburg Tiara

  • Wall, Alan: School of Night

  • Walsh, Jill Paton: A Presumption of Death

  • Walsh, Jill Paton Thrones, Dominations

  • Walter, Jess: Citizen Vince

  • Wilhelm, Kate: Clear and Convincing Proof

  • Wilhelm, Kate: The Deepest Water

  • Wilhelm, Kate: Desperate Measures

  • Wilhelm, Kate: The Price of Silence

  • Wilhelm, Kate: Sleight of Hand

  • Willocks, Tim: The Religion

  • Wylie, John: A Tiger in Red Weather
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    9 Comments:

    • I AM A MYSTERY REVIEWER AT
      BOOKREPORTER.COM AND WHILE I UNDER STAND THAT ANY US CAN READ ONLY A CERTAIN NUMBER OF BOOKS IN ONE YEAR I WONDER WHY YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE WRITING REAL REVIEWS.
      I ADMIT THIS IS THE FIRST BLOG I HAVE EVER VISITED AND MAY NOT KNOW THE PROTOCOLS, RULES AND WHAT EXPECTATIONS SHOULD BE.
      YOU HAVE DONE A MASTERFULL JOB SO FAR ... CAN YOU GIVE ME ANY INFORMATION RE: YOUR SITE, YOUR BLOGGING, ANY BLOGGING?
      MUCH APPRECIATED
      GERBAM@COMCAST.NET

      By Anonymous GERBAM, at 1:52 AM  

    • how does one contact will stuivenga or nancy pearl? i would like to offer a book for their consideration.

      By Blogger vita, at 7:15 AM  

    • You can contact me the way you just did, by submitting a comment anywhere on this blog. Comments are moderated, which means I get an e-mail whenever a comment is made, and I have to approve the comment before it's posted. This is merely to eliminate spam comments, not to censor comments. I post all legitimate comments.

      If you want to call a book to my attention, feel free to do so in a comment.

      I'm not sure how to go about contacting Nancy Pearl. She has two websites that she's connected with: www.nancypearl.com and the Booklust wiki at booklust.wetpaint.com. But neither site seems to have a way to contact Nancy Pearl directly. I suppose you could post a comment there too, and it might eventually get back to her.

      By Blogger Will, at 3:12 PM  

    • I would like to suggest a book. The book is called, "In Her Cottage Garden," by T. Magnolia. ISBN 10: 0805987606 13: 978-0-8059-8760-7. The publisher is RoseDog Books. See http://rosedogbooks-store.stores.yahoo.net/inhercoga.html for more details.
      Brief Review:
      For a book written by a budding new author; it's great!!! The novel effectively draws you in and holds your attention through all of the ups and downs of the investigation. The author's highly descriptive style, and realistically personalized characters gives the reader a true-to-life snippet of the time period surrounding this investigation. The final chapters wrap things up in a surprising yet satisfying manner. The only thing this author leaves you wanting for is the sequel. This novel really is a page turner and worth getting a copy ASAP.

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:47 PM  

    • Dear Will: My debut novel HUNTING THE KING just hit the bookstores in April. My publisher wants their authors to do virtual book tours as part of the promotion. This would be my first. This is all very new to me. Would you have any interest in reviewing the novel with the possibility of guest hosting at somepoint in the futur? You may want to view the YouTube book trailer for HUNTING as a way to establish the reality and quality of the book first. Thanks. Peter

      By Blogger Penguin, at 10:43 AM  

    • As the Tillabooks blogger, I'm sorry I haven't responded more promptly to some of these comments. I did have an off the blog conversation with gerbam.

      Regarding anonymous' recommendation of _In Her Cottage Garden_ by T. Magnolia, I'll certainly keep my eyes open, and read it if it comes my way at the library. I don't buy many books, so I won't be going that route, sorry.

      And to Peter Penguin, if you'd like to send me a copy of your book, I'll happily read it and post a review on the blog. Otherwise, make sure my library (Timberland in Washington State) has a copy, and that way there is at least a chance that I may read it someday. T

      Thanks to all of you for your comments.

      By Blogger Will, at 8:30 PM  

    • Hi Will,
      I am a new author and my mystery, The Truth Lies in the Dark has just been published. I am planning a Virtual Book Tour and would love to be interviewed or be a guest on your blog. I have a tentative schedule posted on my website if you would like to see what blogs are participating http://sites.google.com/site/kristincallenderbooks
      Thank You,
      Kristin Callender

      The Truth Lies in the Dark by Kristin Callender is available on www.amazon.com/Truth-Lies-Dark-Kristin-Callender/dp/1604520140 and is the 'Featured Book of the Month' on www.bluewaterpress.com.

      By Anonymous Kristin Callender, at 10:13 AM  

    • Hi Kristin,

      I'd be happy to review your book, but if you've looked at my blog, you can probably see that it doesn't really lend itself to guesting or interviewing. I just pretty much write review of books I've read.

      Will

      By Blogger Will, at 9:51 PM  

    • great post. I would love to follow you on twitter.

      By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:28 AM  

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