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20 names with links, 58 names/pseudonyms without links, 78 links/names/pseudonyms total Plus 29 non-author (character) encyclopedia entries Over 33 Kilobytes of text Update of 22 December 2002
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Authors Beginning "E." Through "Ea..."

Arlton Eadie: Arlton Eadie @ MGrost Kathleen Eagle: Kathleen Eagle Jack Early: see Sandra Scoppetone Pete Early, no known Web page "Mark East": fictional detective {to be done} Joseph Eastburn, no known Web page "Dyke Easter": fictional detective; Dyke Easter Carleton Eastlake, no known Web page "John Easy": fictional detective; John Easy "Jake Eaton": fictional detective; Jake Eaton Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Eb..."

Mignon G. Eberhart: full name Mignon Good Eberhart (6 July 1899-?) American mystery/detective author; former President, Mystery Writers of America; winner 1931 Scotland Yard Prize; winner 1970 Grand Master Award of Mystery Writers of America: * 56 mystery/detective novels with series characters Nurse Sarah Keate, Lance O'Leary, and Police Detective Jacob Wait * 5 mystery/detective story collections * 2 plays usually combines mystery/detective genre with gothic and romance genres Mignon G. Eberhart @ MGrost Wessel [Schalk] Ebersohn (6 Mar 1940-) South African telecommunications technician and mystery/detective author: * 3 mystery/detective novels with series character Gordon Yudel (Jewish psychologist unofficially affiliated with South African Security police) * 1 unrelated novel Glen Ebisch, no known Web page Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Ec..."

Marjorie Eccles: * the "Gil Mayo" Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Gil Mayo, Police Detective of England: * Cast a Cold Eye [1988] * Death of a Good Woman [1989] * Requiem for a Dove [1990] * More Deaths Than One [1990] * Late of This Parish [1992] * The Company She Kept [1993] * An Accidental Shroud [1994] * A Death Of Distinction [1995] * A Species of Revenge [1996] * Killing Me Softly [1998] * The Superintendent's Daughter [1999] Margaret Echard, American mystery/fantasy author of * Dark Fantastic [New York: Doubleday, 1947] Terrell W. Ecker, no known Web page Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Ed..."

A. E. Eddenden: * the "Albert Tretheway" Police Procedural Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Albert Tretheway, Police Inspector of Fort York, Canada: * A Good Year for Murder [1988] * Murder on the 13th [1992] * Murder at the Movies [1996] "The Eddie Capra Mysteries": Television (NBC, 1978) see: TELEVISION "Jack Eddy": fictional detective; Jack Eddy Rosemary Edghill: * the "Bast" Urban Fantasy Mystery/Detective novel series featuring White Witch Karen Hightowerof New York City: * Speak Daggers to Her [1994] * Book of Moons [1995] * The Bowl of Night [1996] Jonathan Edlow, no known Web page Andy Edmonds-Carruth, no known Web page "Mather Edson": fictional detective; Mather Edson Martin Edwards: * the "Harry Devlin" Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Harry Devlin (Lawyer/Amateur Sleuth) of Liverpool, England: * All The Lonely People [1991] * Suspicious Minds [1992] * I Remember You [1993] * Yesterday’s Papers [1994] * Eve of Destruction [1996] * The Devil In Disguise [1998] Ruth Dudley Edwards: * the "Robert Amiss" Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Robert Amiss, Retired Civil Servant of England: * Corridors of Death [1982] * The St. Valentine's Day Murders [1984] * The English School of Murder [1990] also titled The School of English Murder * Clubbed to Death [1992] * Matricide at St. Martha's [1995] * Ten Lords a Leaping [1996] * Murder in a Cathedral [1997] * Publish and Be Murdered [1999] Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Ee..."

Michael Eenhorn, Mystery/Weird anthologist "An Omnibus of American Mysteries" (New York: Juniper, 1959) Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Eg..."

Greg Egan: Australian author, best known for Science Fiction based on esoteric concepts in Mathematics and Physics, who has used the Mystery/Detective genre for his metaphysical fiction. Greg Egan Kevin Egan, no known Web page Leslie Egan: see Elizabeth Linington Clive Egelton: see Clive Egleton "Scott Egerton": Detective/Politician character in the fiction of Anthony Gilbert "Montague Egg": calm, clever travelling salesman/sleuth character in the fiction of Dorothy L. Sayers Clive Egleton (25 Nov 1927-) British mystery/detective author who served as Lieutenant Colonel in British Army (logistics operations/law) and Intelligence (Cyprus, Persian Gulf, East Africa): * 15 mystery/detective/espionage novels with series character David Garnett * 3 of these are technically science fiction in that they deal with a near-future Russian-occupied England: * A Piece of Resistance [London: Hodder and Stoughton, New York: Coward McCann, 1970] * Last Post for a Partisan [London: Hodder and Stoughton, New York: Coward McCann, 1971] * The Judas Mandate [London: Hodder and Stoughton, New York: Coward McCann, 1972] * 3 mystery/detective/espionage novels under pseudonym John Tarrant "Harry Egypt": Thief/Politician character in the fiction of Daniel Broun. Short and barrel-shaped, with no excess fat, Harry Egypt is mild-mannered, and speaks with a pleasant New Orleans drawl while he peers at you through brown eyes and steel-rimmed bifocals. Formerly a soldier of fortune in Burma, Hong Kong, and Spain, as well as genuine war heroism at Dieppe, he could have turned either detective or thief. He chose to work beyond the limits of the law, where careful planning brings hefty profits. Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Eh..."

Martin Ehrengraf: fictional detective; Martin Ehrengraf Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Ei..."

Randy Lee Eickhoff: Randy Lee Eickhoff Selma Eichler; New York City; no known Web page, but see more complete bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors Books with series character Desiree Shapiro (Full-figured P.I. of New York City) include: * Murder Can Cool Off Your Affair [2002] * Murder Can Upset Your Mother [2001] * Murder Can Spoil Your Appetite [2000] * Murder Can Singe Your Old Flame [1999] * Murder Can Spook Your Cat [1998] * Murder Can Wreck Your Reunion [Signet, 1997] paperback * Murder Can Stunt Your Growth [Signet, 1996] paperback * Murder Can Ruin Your Looks [Signet, 1995] paperback * Murder Can Kill Your Social Life [Signet, 1994] paperback Bill Eidson, no known Web page Georgiana Eidukas, no known Web page "The Eiger Sanction": movie (Universal, 1975) director: Clint Eastwood; starring: Clint Eastwood; writers: Warren Murphy & Rod Whitaker; adapted: from the novel by Rod Whitaker (Trevanian); see: MOVIES -- INFO ABOUT "87th Precinct": fictional location and nexus of novels by Ed McBain Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "El..."

"El Borbah": fictional detective; El Borbah Evelyn Elder, see Milward Kennedy "Sheriff Bill Eldon": elderly, shrewd, friendly, overweight character in the fiction of Erle Stanley Gardner Aaron Elkins (1935-): no known Web page; educator, executive, mystery/detective author; best known for: * the "Gideon Oliver" Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Gideon Oliver, Forensic Anthropologist: * Fellowship of Fear [1982] set in Germany * The Dark Place [1983] set in Washington State * Murder in the Queen's Arms [1985] set in England * Old Bones [1987] bone detective Gideon Oliver, set in France; winner of Edgar Award from Mystery Writers of America * Curses! [1989] set in Mexico * Icy Clutches [1990] set in Alaska * Make No Bones [1991] set in Oregon * Dead Men's Hearts [1994] set in Egypt] * Twenty Blue Devils [1997] set in Tahiti * Skeleton Dance [2000) * the "Chris Norgren" Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Chris Norgren, Museum Curator of Seattle, Washington: * A Deceptive Clarity [1987] * A Glancing Light [1991] * Old Scores [1993] Charlotte Elkins, no known Web page; maiden name Charlotte Trangmar, see below Charlotte Elkins and Aaron Elkins: * the "Lee Ofsted" Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Lee Ofsted, Golfer of Los Alamos, New Mexico: * A Wicked Slice [1989] co-author Charlotte Trangmar (Aaron's 2nd wife), about women's golf circuit * Rotten Lies [1995] * Nasty Breaks [1997] Dianne Ell, no known Web page Stanley Ellin, full name Stanley Bernard Ellin (6 Oct 1916-? 1986) American mystery/fantasy author, winner of Edgar Allan Poe Award * 14 mystery/detective novels with series character John Milano * 4 mystery/detective story collections * 1 screenplay Kate Elliott: best-known for Science Fiction, but also writes Mystery/Detective fiction. Kate Elliott Scott Elliott: fictional detective; Scott Elliott Susan Elliott: fictional detective; Susan Elliot Sean and Matt Ellis: fictional private eyes; Sean and Matt Ellis Trade Ellis: fictional detective; Trade Ellis Harlan Ellison: one of the great authors of the 20th Century, still going strong. Award-winning author/editor of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Mystery/Detective, journalism, criticism, Mystery/Detective, Westerns, screenplays, teleplays... See more on him at the below-listed web site, and at The Ultimate Science Fiction Web Guide. Harlan Ellison Webderland Patricia Elmore, no known Web page James Ellroy (1948-): James Ellroy partial bibliography Ellroy Confidential (fan page) Best known for: * Brown's Requiem [1981] Private Eye * The Black Dahlia [1987] based on true crime * The Big Nowhere [1988] * L.A. Confidential [1990], good film adaptation made * White Jazz [1992] Other Novels: * Blood on the Moon [1984] * Because the Night [1985] * Suicide Kill [1986] * Silent Terror [1986] P. N. Elrod: * the "Vampire Files" Fantasy Mystery/Detective novel series * Bloodlist [1990] * Lifeblood [1990] * Bloodcircle [1990] * Art in the Blood [1991] * Fire in the Blood [1991] * Blood on the Water [1992] * Dark Sleep [1999] Allan Vaughan Elston: Allan Vaughan Elston @ MGrost James J. Elward, no known Web page Kenneth G. Elzinga, no known Web page Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Em..."

Earl W. Emerson: at least 16 Mystery/Detective novels in 2 series: Earl W. Emerson @ MGrost * the "Mac Fontana" Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Mac Fontana, Fire Chief and Sheriff of Staircase, Washington: * Black Hearts and Slow Dancing [1988] * Help Wanted, Orphans Preferred [1990] * Morons and Madmen [1993] * Going Crazy in Public [1996] * The Dead Horse Paint Company [1997] * the "Thomas Black" Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Thomas Black, Private Investigator of Seattle, Washington: * The Rainy City [1985] * Poverty Bay [1985] * Nervous Laughter [1986] * Fat Tuesday [1987] * Deviant Behavior [1988] * Yellow Dog Party [1991] * The Portland Laugher [1994] * The Vanishing Smile [1995] * The Million-Dollar Tattoo [1996] * Deception Pass [1997] * Catfish Cafe [1998] Kathy Lynn Emerson; Wilton, Maine: Kathy Lynn Emerson recent page: "Face Down" Elizabethan series Kathy Lynn Emerson older page e-mail Kathy Lynn Emerson see also bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors * the "Lady Susanna Appleton" Historical Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Susanna, Lady Appleton, 16th Century gentlewoman sleuth and herbalist in the Reign of Elizabeth I (1558-1603): * Face Down In The Marrow-Bone Pie [St. Martin's, 1997] * Face Down Upon An Herbal [1998] * Face Down Among The Winchester Geese [1999] * Face Down Beneath the Eleanor Cross [2000] * Face Down Under The Wych Elm [2000] * Face Down Before The Rebel Hooves [2001] * Writer's Guide To Everyday Life In Renaissance England: 1485-1649
[Writer's Digest Books] includes material on crime and punishment.
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Authors Beginning "En..."

Endless Night: U.K. movie (United Artists, 1972) director: Sidney Gilliat; adapted: from novel by Agatha Christie [1967] starring: Hywel Bennet, Hayley Mills, Britt Eklund, George Sanders see: MOVIES -- INFO ABOUT Howard Engel (1931-): Canadian broadcaster/Mystery/Detective author; no known Web page; best known for: * The "Benny Cooperman" novel series about a Canadian small town P.I. featuring Benny Cooperman, Private Investigator of Grantham, Ontario, Canada: * The Suicide Murders [1980] * The Ransom Game [1981] * Murder on Location [1982] * Murder Sees the Light [1984] * A City Called July [1986] * A Victim Must Be Found [1988] * Dead and Buried [1990] * There Was an Old Woman [1993] * Getting Away with Murder [1995] Lin Jon Enger, no known Web page Kenneth F. Englade, no known Web page Steve Englehart, no known Web page Paul Engleman, no known Web page Brenda English: * the "Sutton McPhee" Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Sutton McPhee, Reporter of Washington, DC: * Corruption of Faith [1997] * Corruption of Power [1998] * Corruption of Justice [1999] Leonard English: fictional private eye; Leonard English Priscilla English; Beverly Hills, California: * Murder by Thirteen (edited by Priscilla English) [Crown Valley Press] $10.95; 0-9647945-3-5 Anthology of 13 mystery stories written by members of the Los Angeles chapter of Sisters in Crime Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Ep..."

Carole Epstein; Montreal, Quebec; no known web page, but see more complete bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors Books with series character Barbara Simons, Public Relations expert of Montreal, Quebec, Canada include: * Perilous Relations [Walker & Company, Fall 1997] * Perilous Friends [Walker & Company] deceased cheating husband, a gang of gay cigarette smuggling gang "Rosa Epton": clerk-become-solicitor character in the novels of Michael Underwood Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Eq..."

The Equalizer: fictional private eye; The Equalizer The Equalizer: (CBS: 1985-1989) see: TELEVISION Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Er..."

Paul E. Erdman, full name Paul Emil Erdman (19 May 1932) Canada-born American author, no known Web page * 3 mystery/detective novels starting with "The Billion Dollar Sure Thing" * 4 nonfiction books (economics) Gloria Ericson, no known Web page Walter Ericson, see E. V. Cunningham Margaret Erskine: pseudonym of Margaret Wetherby Williams, Canada-born British author: * 21 mystery/detective novels with series character Inspector Septimus Finch "Matt Erridge": consruction engineer/playboy/sleuth character in the novels of Aaron Marc Stein Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Es..."

Carol Clemeau Esler, no known Web page Harriet Esmond: see John Burke Lionel Essrog: fictional private eye; Lionel Essrog Barry Estabrook, no known Web page Loren D. Estleman (15 Sep 1952-) American journalist, winner of 1982 Golden Spur Award of Western Writers of America: * 9 mystery/detective novels with series characters Sherlock Holmes, Amos Walker * 9 unrelated novels (Westerns) Go to Ultimate Westerns Web Guide Loren Estleman hard-boiled Amos Walker and Detroit novel series Loren D. Estleman @ MGrost * the "History of Detroit" Historical Mystery/Detective novel series set in Detroit, Michigan: * Whiskey River [1990] * Motown [1991] * King of the Corner [1992] * Edsel [1995] * Stress [1996] * the "Amos Walker" Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Amos Walker, Private Investigator of Detroit, Michigan: * Motor City Blue [1980] * Angel Eyes [1981] * The Midnight Man [1982] * The Glass Highway [1983] * Sugartown [1984] * Every Brilliant Eye [1986] * Lady Yesterday [1987] * Downriver [1988] * General Murders [1988] * Peeper [1989] * Silent Thunder [1989] * Sweet Women Lie [1990] * Never Street [1997] * The Witchfinder [1998] * The Hours of the Virgin [1999] * Smile on the Face of the Tiger [2000] * Sinister Heights [2002] Patricia Wallace Estrada; Sparks, Nevada; ; no known web page, but see more complete bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors Books with series character Sydney Bryant include: * Dark Intent [Zebra Books] * Deadly Devotion: A Sydney Bryant Mystery [Zebra Books] Nominated for Shamus Award, Best Original P.I. Paperback * Blood Lies: A Sydney Bryant Mystery [Zebra Books] * Deadly Grounds: A Sydney Bryant Mystery [Zebra Books] * Night Whisper [Zebra Books] Robin Estridge: see Philip Loraine Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Eu..."

Robert Eustace: Robert Eustace @ MGrost Helen [White] Eustis (31 Dec 1916-) winner 1947 Edgar Allan Poe Award: * 2 mystery/detective novels, including the Edgar-winning first-novel * The Horizontal Man [New York: Harper, 1946] * 1 mystery/detective story collection * 1 unrelated juvenile novel * 1 book translated (Simenon) Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Ev..."

Janet Evanovich; New Hampshire: Janet Evanovich: * mystery/detective novels with series character Stephanie Plum, Bounty Hunter of Trenton, New Jersey include: * Seven Up [2001] * Hot Six [2000] * High Five [1999] * Four to Score [1998] * Three To Get Deadly [Scribner, 1997] hardcover * Two for the Dough [Scribner hardcover, 1996; Pocket] * One for the Money [Scribner hardcover, 1994; HarperPaperbacks] Winner of Dilys and John Creasy Memorial Awards; Recipient of the Last Laugh Dagger. Ginny Evans, no known Web page Glenn Evans: fictional Hong Kong detective; Glenn Evans Hannah Evans, Ph.D.: Hannah Evans, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist crime@hollywoodnetwork.com "Homer Evans": absurdist P.I. character in the novels of Elliot Paul, born in Boston but living in Paris prior to World War II, surrounded by depressed bohemian artists "John Evans": see Howard Browne; John Evans Jonathan Evans: see Brian Freemantle Richard Paul Evans: Richard Paul Evans homepage Crabbe Evers: * the "Duffy House" Mystery/Detective novel series featuring Duffy House, Sportswriter: * Murderers Row [1991] * Bleeding Dodger Blue [1991] set in Los Angeles * Murder in Wrigley Field [1991] set in Chicago * Fear in Fenway [1993] set in Boston * Tigers Burning [1994] set in Detroit Every Little Crook and Nanny: Mystery/Detective Comedy movie (MGM, 1972) director: Cy Howard; adapted: from the novel by Evan Hunter [1972] (see Ed McBain); starring: Victor Mature, Lynn Redgrave, Paul Sand; see: MOVIES -- INFO ABOUT Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

Authors Beginning "Ew", "Ex", "Ey", "Ez"

The Executioner: novel series created by Don Pendleton "Experiment in Terror": movie (Columbia, 1962) director: Blake Edwards; adapted: from the Gordons' novel Operation Terror [1961]; starring: Glenn Ford, Lee Remick, Ross Martin, Stephanie Powers; see: MOVIES -- INFO ABOUT The Eye: fictional detective; The Eye "Eye of the Needle": U.K. movie (United Artists, 1981) director: Richard Marquand; adapted: from Ken Follett novel Storm Island [1978] which had USA title Eye of the Needle; starring: Donald Sutherland, Kate Nelligan; see: MOVIES -- INFO ABOUT Elizabeth Eyre: * the "Sigismondo" Historical Mystery/Detective novel series set in the Renaissance Period (1300s-1500s) featuring Signor Sigismondo, Soldier of Fortune; and Benno, Servant, of Italy: * Death of the Duchess [1992] * Curtains for the Cardinal [1993] * Bravo for the Bride [1994] * Poison for the Prince [1994] * Axe for an Abbott [1995] * Dirge for the Doge [1996] Return to Authors "E" Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY AUTHORS Table of Contents

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