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The Top 100 Mystery Novels of All Time Mystery Writers of America

The Top 100 Mystery Novels of All Time Mystery Writers of America

Great website to find mystery writers if you're a fan of mysteries.  My new favorite author is Charles Todd, a mother son team that writes fascinating mysteries set in post World War I England.  They are really psychological thrillers.  The Inspector Ian Rutledge mysteries are great reads.

A website to die for if you love mysteries. A resource for lovers of mystery, crime, thriller, spy, and suspense books.

How to Plot the Climax of Your Story on a Plot Planner using The End (1/4) of Folly by award-winning mystery writer Laurie R. King http://plotwhisperer.blogspot.com/2013/10/how-to-plot-and-write-climax-of-your.html

How to Plot the Climax of Your Story on a Plot Planner using The End of Folly by award-winning mystery writer Laurie R.

The Edgar Award, named for Edgar Allen Poe, is presented each spring by the Mystery Writers of America.  Awards are given for Novel, First Novel, Paperback Original, Fact Crime, Critical/Biographical, Short Story, Juvenile, Young Adult, Play, TV Episode, and the Ellery Queen, Robert L. Fish, & Mary Higgins Clark awards.

The Edgar Awards are "awarded by the Mystery Writers of America, for distinguished work in the mystery genre: novels, television, and motion pictures.

Here Are the Best Mysteries of the Year, According to Writers

Here Are the Best Mysteries of the Year, According to Writers

TED ELRICK is an active member of the Writers Guild of Canada and Mystery Writers of America, Ted is also a freelance writer and editor for a number of publications. He won consecutive "Editorial Excellence" awards and a Best Interview "Maggie" award for his articles and publications. He has written for Nickelodeon's "Are You Afraid of the Dark?," a history book on the Los Angeles River, the short indie film "Head Over Heels," several occasionally optioned screenplays.

TED ELRICK is an active member of the Writers Guild of Canada and Mystery Writers of America, Ted is also a freelance writer and editor for a number of publications. He won consecutive "Editorial Excellence" awards and a Best Interview "Maggie" award for his articles and publications. He has written for Nickelodeon's "Are You Afraid of the Dark?," a history book on the Los Angeles River, the short indie film "Head Over Heels," several occasionally optioned screenplays.

Mystery Writers Of America Best First Novel Competition

Mystery Writers Of America Best First Novel Competition

Mystery Fanfare: Shamus Award Winners 2017

Mystery Fanfare: Shamus Award Winners 2017

Steve Gerber (20 September 1947  10 February 2008 USA) was an American comic book writer. Steve Gerber (20 September 1947  10 February 2008 USA) was an American comic book writer. His best-known work may be the satiric Marvel character Howard the Duck (1973) co-created with artist Val Mayerik. Other works include Man-Thing (19721975 19881989) Daredevil (19731975) Son of Satan in Marvel Spotlight (19741975) The Defenders (19751976) Guardians of the Galaxy in Marvel Presents (1976) and in…

Steve Gerber (20 September 1947 10 February 2008 USA) was an American comic book writer. Steve Gerber (20 September 1947 10 February 2008 USA) was an American comic book writer. His best-known work may be the satiric Marvel character Howard the Duck (1973) co-created with artist Val Mayerik. Other works include Man-Thing (19721975 19881989) Daredevil (19731975) Son of Satan in Marvel Spotlight (19741975) The Defenders (19751976) Guardians of the Galaxy in Marvel Presents (1976) and in…

The first book in Martha Grimes' Richard Jury series.  Titles are names of pubs.  Good reads

The first book in Martha Grimes' Richard Jury series. Titles are names of pubs…

With thirty-five novels, two Edgar Awards, and one of the most enduring characters in crime fiction, James Lee Burke is a titan among mystery writers. But maybe we should just call him a writer

With thirty-five novels, two Edgar Awards, and one of the most enduring characters in crime fiction, James Lee Burke is a titan among  But maybe we should just call him a writer

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