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Wade Tabor: Mystery Novels: * Miller's Rules [Aug 2000] Rob Taft: Mystery Novels: * The Leader of the City [Aug 2000] Susan Taggart: Susan Taggart Paco Ignacio Taibo III: * No Happy Ending [Sep 1993] Paco Ignacio Taibo III Spanish or Italian language N. Taifa: Mystery Novels: * Shining Legacy [June 1983] Kimberly Tait: Mystery Novels: * A Dangerous Ride [Feb 2002] Hake Talbot: * Rim of the Pit [Dec 1985] Hake Talbot @ MGrost Michael Talbot: also writes Speculative Fiction; Mystery Novels: * The Bog [Mar 1986] * Night Things [July 1988] Mary Tallent: Mystery Novels: * The Secret at Robert's Roost [Nov 1988] Marcia Talley: best known for her "Hannah Ives" Mystery novels: * Occasion of Revenge [Aug 2001] * Sing It to Her Bones [Aug 1999] * Unbreathed Memories [June 2000] Marcia Talley John Talton: best known for his "David Mapstone" Mystery novels: Mystery Novels: * Camelback Falls [Jan 2003] * Concrete Desert Raja Miah Talukdar: Mystery Novels: * The Prodigal Illness [Nov 2002] Erika Tamar, no known Web page Benjamin Tamuz: Mystery Novels: * Minotaur [Apr 1981] Maureen Tan: best known for her "Jane Nichols" police detective series: Mystery Novels: * aka Jane [Oct 1997] * Run, Jane, Run [Mar 1999] Robert K. Tanenbaum: best known for his "Butch Karp and Marlene Ciampi" police detective series: Mystery Novels: * Absolute Rage [Aug 2002] * Act of Revenge [June 1999] * Corruption of Blood [1995] * Depraved Indifference [1989] * Enemy Within [Aug 2001] * Falsely Accused [1996] * Immoral Certainty [1991] * Irresistible Impulse [Nov 1997] * Justice Denied [1994] * Material Witness [1993] * No Lesser Plea [1987] * Reckless Endangerment [June 1998] * Resolved [Aug 2003] * Reversible Error [1992] * True Justice [Aug 2000] Woody Tanger: Mystery Novels: * The Dead Cure [June 1996] Stefano Tani: Mystery Nonfiction: * American and Italian Fiction [May 1984] Ward M. Tanneberg: Mystery Novels: * Pursuit [July 1997] Jake Tanner: best known for his "B. F. Hopper" series: Mystery Novels: * Old Black Magic [Apr 1991] * Saint Louis Blues [Apr 1992] Janet Tanner: also writes Romance; Mystery Novels: * Deception and Desire [Feb 1995] Contemporary Romance/Mystery * Folly's Child William G. Tapply: best known for the "Brady Coyne" Police Detective Mystery series: * Client Privilege [Apr 1990] * Close to the Bone [Aug 1997] * Cutter's Run [July 1998] * Dead Meat [Mar 1987] * Dead Winter [Apr 1989] * Death at Charity's Point [1984] * The Dutch Blue Error [Dec 1984] * A Fine Line [Nov 2002] * First Light [Dec 2001][ * Follow the Sharks [Sep 1985] * The Marine Corpse [Aug 1986] * Muscle Memory [July 1999] * Past Tense [Oct 2001] * Scar Tissue [Oct 2000] * The Seventh Enemy [Jan 1995] * Shadow of Death [Nov 2003] * The Snake Eater [Dec 1993] * The Spotted Cats [Mar 1991] * Tight Lines [May 1992] * A Void in Hearts [Sep 1988] * The Vulger Boatman [1987] William Tapply Wayne L. Tappon, no known Web page Joseph M. Taraska: Mystery Novels: * Judgment of the Wolves [Sep 2000] Legal Thriller Betty Targan: Mystery Novels: * The Ark of the Marindor [May 1998] Fran Tarkenton: better known as a National Football League star; Mystery Novels: * Murder at the Superbowl [Dec 1990] Ricki Tarlow, no known Web page Rafael Tarnopolsky and Ray Turner: Mystery Novels: * Hustons Laws [date?] Legal Thriller John Tarrant: see Clive Egleton Donna Tartt: Mystery Novels: * The Secret History [Oct 1993] Al Tarvin: Mystery Novels: * Run Chelsea Run [Dec 1996] Antonio Tarzia: Mystery Novels: * Mystery of the Flying Monk [Dec 1998] Claire Taschdjian: Mystery Novels: * The Peking Man is Missing [1977] Janet Tashjian: Mystery Novels: * Marty Frye, Private Eye [June 2000] Peter Tasker: Mystery Novels: * Buddha Kiss: A Novel [Sep 1997] * Dragon Dance [Apr 2003] * Silent Thunder [Sep 1992] Tatanka Film Research: Tatanka Film Research Services tatanka@frii.com Ellen M. Tatara, no known Web page Eleanora E. Tate: Mystery Novels: * The Secret of Gumbo Grove [Apr 1991] Kelly A. Tate, no known Web page; Mystery Novels: * The Lion's Share [May 1992] Bernie Taube: Mystery Novels: * Rights of Stone [Dec 1995] Lester Taube: Mystery Novels: * Myer for Hire [Dec 1975] Alison Taylor: fuller name Alison G. Taylor; best known for her "Michael McKenna" series: * The House of Women [May 1999] * In Guilty Night [July 1998] * Simeon's Bride [Oct 1996] Alison Taylor Andrew Taylor: * 3 Different Novel Series: * Richard Thornhill * The Roth Trilogy * William Dougal Mystery Novels: * An Air That Kills 1994] Historical Mystery * Blood Relation [1990] * Caroline Miniscule [1982] * The Four Last Things [date?] * Freelance Death [1987] Andrew Taylor Barry Taylor: Mystery Novels: * The Deadfall Trap [May 1990] Bernard Taylor: Mystery Novels: * The Reaping [Jan 1981] Brent Taylor: Mystery Novels: * The Atonement of Augustus Arelle [Sep 1999] Chad Taylor: Mystery Novels: * Shirkir [Sep 2000] Charles D. Taylor: Mystery Novels: * Boomer [June 1990] Action Adventure * Shadow Wars [Aug 1992] * Summit [Aug 1996] * War Ship [Mar 1989] Action Adventure Cora Taylor: Mystery Novels: * Julie's Secret [Sep 1991] * Vanishing Act [Aug 1998] David Taylor: Mystery Novels: * Contact with Gaia [Mar 2002] Action Adventure Domini Taylor: also known as Ivor Drummond; also known as Frank Parrish; Mystery Novels: * Mother Love [Dec 1984] * Praying Mantis [Apr 1992] * Teacher's Pet [Nov 1987] Don Taylor: Mystery Novels: * Dirty Laundry [July 1999] Edith Taylor: Mystery Novels: * The Serpent Under It [1973] Elizabeth Atwood Taylor: best known for the "Maggie Elliot" Private Eye series set in the San Francisco Bay area: Mystery Novels: * The Cable Car Murder [1981] Private Eye * Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont [June 1983] * Murder at Vassar [Feb 1987] Private Eye * The Northwest Murders [July 1992] Private Eye * The Wedding Group [Jan 1986] Fred Taylor: Mystery Novels: * Walking Sgadows [Jan 1985] Frederick Taylor: Mystery Novels: * The Kinder Garden [June 1991] * The Peacebrokers [Feb 1994] Gordon Taylor: Mystery Novels: * The Gumwood Trace [Jan 1991] H. Baldwin Taylor: see Hillary Waugh Janelle Taylor: also writes Romance; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Jean Taylor; San Francisco, California; no known web page, but see more complete bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors * 2 mystery/detective novels with series character Maggie Garrett (San Francisco Therapist, Lesbian, Amateur Detective): * The Last of Her Lies [Seal Press] * We Know where You Live[Seal Press] gay political organization has conflicts, but murder may be more than it can handle * "A kickass debut!" -- Elizabeth Pincus John Robert Taylor: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Joseph C. Taylor: also writes Romance and Speculative Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Kathleen Taylor; Redfield, South Dakota; Kathleen Taylor also see bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors * 3 mystery/detective novels with series character Tony Bauer (overweight waitress widow in rural South Dakota): * Sixty-Nine [New York: Avon, 1997] paperback * Sex And Salmonella [New York: Avon] paperback * The Missionary Position [Aegina Press, Inc.; University Editions] ISBN 1-56002-219-1; $12.95; first in series L. A. Taylor, no known Web page; also writes Speculative Fiction; Lucy Taylor: also writes Romance; also writes Speculative Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Mark Taylor: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Mary Ann Taylor, no known Web page Matt Taylor and Bonnie B. Taylor: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Paul S. Taylor: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Phoebe Atwood Taylor (18 May 1909-9 Jan 1976): Mystery, Thriller, Humor, and Americana author; born In Boston; 1930 B.A., Lucille Pulitzer Scholar, Barnard College, New York; married Dr.Grantly Walden Taylor; 1931-76 full-time writer, living in Weston, Massachusetts. * 25 mystery/detective novels with series character Asey Mayo (Yankee sleuth of Wellfleet, Cape Cod, Massachusetts) * Amulet of Guilt [1938] * Asey Mayo Trio [1946] * Banbury Bog [1938] * Cape Cod Mystery [1931] recommended * Criminal C.O.D. [1940] * Crimson Patch [1936] * Deadly Sunshade [1940] * Death Lights a Candle [1932] * Deathblow Hill [1935] * Diplomatic Corpse [1951] * Figure Away [1937] * Going, Going, Gone [1943] * Mystery of the Cape Cod Players [1933] * Mystery of the Cape Cod Tavern [1934] * Octagon House [1937] * Out of Order [1936] * Perrennial Boarder [1941] * Proof of the Pudding [1945] * Punch With Care [1946] * Sandbar Sinister [1934] * Six Iron Spiders [1942] * Spring Harrowing [1939] * Three Plots for Asey Mayo [1942] * Tinkling Symbol [1935] * 8 mystery/detective novels under pseudonym Alice Tilton with series character Leonidas Witherall * 4 mystery/detective short stories Sarah Stewart Taylor: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Scott Allen Taylor: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Theodore Taylor, no known Web page Tierney C. Taylor: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Timothy Taylor: also writes Romance; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Tom Taylor: Tom Taylor Casebook Fiction subgenre Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY/DETECTIVE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Lorna Tedder: also writes Romance; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Carla Tedrow: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Dori Teeple: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Wayne Tefs: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Darwin Teilhet: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Michael Teitelbaum: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Richard Telfair: see Richard Jessup Dorothy Tell; Dallas, Texas; no known web page, but see more complete bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors * 2 mystery/detective novels with series character Poppy Dillworth (middle-aged lesbian detective in South Texas): * The Hallelujah Murders [Naiad] paperback * Murder at Red Rook Ranch [Naiad] paperback first in series Joseph Telushkin: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Lou Jane Temple; Kansas City, Missouri; no known web page, but see more complete bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors * 2 culinary mystery/detective novels with series character Heaven Lee (Kansas City settings, recipes included): * Revenge Of The Barbeque Queens [New York: St. Martin's] paperback setting: World Series of Barbecue * Death By Rhubarb [New York: St. Martin's] paperback Paul Temple: see Francis Durbridge and Douglas Rutherford Robert K. G. Temple: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Roy Templeman: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Aline Templeton: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Edith Templeton: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Dixie Tenny: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Sheri S. Tepper: better known for her fine Science Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Boston Teran: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Albert Payson Terhune: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Ron Terpening: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Bob Terrell: also writes Westerns; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Glen Terrill: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Lynn Terrill: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} O. Weldon Terrill and Billy O. Wireman: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Mary Terrill; Torrance, California: * co-editor with Claire Carmichael and Paulette Mouchet: * Desserticide [also known as "Desserts Worth Dying For" [Crown Valley Press] ISBN 0-9647945-2-7, $9.95 Sisters in Crime web page says: "Delicious recipes plus tongue-in-cheek advice for would-be murderers." Whitney Terrill: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Malinda Terreri: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Susan Terris: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Jonathan Terry: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Mark Terry: Mark Terry home page Quinlan Terry: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Terry Carroll Terry: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Steve Tesich: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Nancy Tesler: Nancy Tesler home page Thomas Tessier: also writes Speculative Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Margaret Tessler: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Elizabeth Tettmar: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Josephine Tey: pseudonym of Elizabeth Mackintosh (1897-13 Feb 1952): British mystery/detective, historical, and true crime author and playwright; born in Inverness, Scotland; Royal Academy, Inverness; Anstey Physical Training College, Birmingham; 1920s: physical education teacher; moved to London. * 8 mystery/detective novels with series character Inspector Alan Grant (gentleman CID investigator) * The Daughter of Time [1951] is the most famous, in which Grant, while in hospital, thinks through the unsolved 1480s murder purportedly by Richard III in the Tower of London of his two young nephews, and finds Richard III innocent * Man in the Queue [1929] * Shilling for Candles [1936] * To Love and Be Wise [1950] * 3 novels under psuedonym Gordon Daviot * 13 plays * 7 radio plays * 1 biography (Claverhouse) Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY/DETECTIVE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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James Thackara: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Ted Thackrey, Jr., no known Web page Michael Thall: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} C. A. Thames: see Stephen Marlowe Jefferey Tharp: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} James Thayer: sames as James Stewart Thayer?; James Thayer home page Lee Thayer, full name Emma Redington Thayer, nee Lee (5 Apr 1874-18 Nov 1973): Born in Troy, New York; Cooper Union, New York; Pratt Institute, New York; 1909 married Henry W. Thayer; artist/illustrator exhibiting in 1893 Chicago World's fair, and for book jackets; 1890-96 Interior Decorator, Associated Artists, New York; 1896-1932 Director, Decorative Designs. * 59 mystery/detective novels with series character Peter Clancy (man-about-town PI with very English valet Wiggar), including: * Accessory After the Fact [1943] * Dead Man's Shoes [1929] * Dead Storage [1935] * Doctor S.O.S. [1925] * Still No Answer [1958] recommended * 1 other mystery/detective novel * 2 art and how-to-draw books Nancy Thayer: Nancy Thayer home page Steve Thayer: author of hard-boiled detectiev novels including: * St. Mudd Dietrich Thede: Dietrich Thede @ MGrost Stefan Themerson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Marcel Theroux: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Paul Theroux: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Jean Thesman: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Fredda Thesz: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Todd Thibaud: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} David Thiele: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Jack Thiessen: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Angela Thirkell: also writes Romance; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Pat Thiry: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Bodie Thoene: also writes Romance; also coauthors with Brock Thoene; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} James Alexander Thom: also writes Speculative Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Billie Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Charles Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Craig Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} D. Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Dan Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Dicey Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Donald Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Frank Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Gordon Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Graham Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Herbert Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Jessica Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Leslie Thomas: also writes Romance; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Michael M. Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Natalie Thomas: Natalie Thomas Ronald R. Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Ruth St.John Thomas: see Juvenile/Young Adult page {to be done} Ross Thomas, full name Ross Elmore Thomas (19 Feb 1926-): no known home page; Ross Thomas (Tony Hiss' Atlantic article) a leading American author of Political/Espionage thrillers; Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; 1949 B.A. University of Oklahoma; 1944-46 U.S. Infantry in Philippines; 1974 married Rosalie Appleton; 1952-56 PR Director, National Farmers Union, Denver; 1956-7 President, Stapp Thomas & Wade, Inc, Denver; 1958-9 Bonn, Germany reporter; 1959-61 Ibadan representative for Dolan Associates; 1964-66 consultant to U.S. government. * 15 espionage/mystery/detective novels with series characters McCorkle and Padillo * 5 espionage/mystery/detective novels under pseudonym Oliver Bleeck with series character Philip St.Ives * 1 screenplay, Hammett, co-authors Dennis O'Flaherty and Thomas Pope * 1 nonfiction book about anti-poverty agency VISTA * hard-boiled detective novels (own name and pseudonym) include: * The Cold War Swap [1966] * The Seersucker Whipsaw * Cast A Yellow Shadow [1967] * The Singapore Wink [1969] * The Fools In Town Are On Our Side * The Backup Men [1971] * The Porkchoppers [1972] * If You Can't Be Good [1973] * The Money Harvest * Yellow-Dog Contract * Chinaman's Chance * The Eighth Dwarf * The Mordida Man * Missionary Stew * Briarpatch * Out On The Rim [1987] * The Fourth Durango [1989] * Twilight at Mac's Place * Voodoo, Limited [1992] * Ah, Treachery! [1994] Sam Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Scarlett Thomas: Scarlett Thomas Sean Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Willard E. Thomas: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Pamela Thomas-Graham: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Cynthia Thomason: also writes Romance; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Alice Thompson: also writes Speculative Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Brad Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Brian Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} C. J. Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Carla Ann Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Carlene Thompson, no known Web page; also writes Romance; China Thompson: see Christianna Brand Christian Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Craig O. Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} E. V. Thompson: also writes Romance; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Estelle Thompson: also writes Romance; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Gene Thompson: also writes Speculative Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Grace Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Hunter S. Thompson: better known for "gonzo journalism"; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} J. B. Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Janice A. Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Jean Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Jim Thompson, full name James Myers Thompson (1906-1976): major novelist and screenwriter of psychopathic crimes; born in Oklahoma; B.A., University of Nebraska; 1931 married Alberta Thompson (2 children); reporter; 1930s Federal Writers project, in Oklahoma. * 29 mystery/detective novels * Now and On Earth [New York: Modern Age, 1942] * Heed the Thunder [New York: Greenberg, 1946] * Nothing More Than Murder [New York: Harper, 1949] * Cropper's Cabin [New York: Lion, 1952] * The Killer Inside Me [New York: Lion, 1952; London: Sphere, 1973] * The Alcoholics [New York: Lion, 1953] * Bad Boy [New York: Lion, 1953] * The Crminal [New York: Lion, 1953] * Recoil [New York: Lion, 1953] * Savage Night [New York: Lion, 1953] * A Swell-Looking Babe [New York: Lion, 1954] * The Golden Gizmo [New York: Lion, 1954] * A Hell of a Woman [New York: Lion, 1954] * The Nothing Man [New York: Dell, 1954] * Roughneck [New York: Lion, 1954] * After Dark, My Sweet [New York: Popular Library, 1955] * The Kill-Off [New York: Lion, 1957] * Wild Town [New York: New American Library, 1957] * The Getaway [New York: New American Library, 1959; London: Sphere, 1973] * The Transgressors [New York: New American Library, 1961] * The Grifters [Evanston IL: Regency, 1963; London: Zomba, 1983] filmed under same title * Pop. 1280 [New York: Fawcett, 1964; London: Zomba, 1983] * Texas by the Tail [New York: Fawcett, 1965] * Ironside [New York: Popular Library, 1967] novelization of TV series * South of Heaven [New York: Fawcett, 1967] * The Undefeated [New York: Popular Library, 1969] novelization of screenplay * Nothing But a Man [New York: Popular Library, 1970] novelization of screenplay * Child of Rage [New York: Lancer, 1972] * King Blood [London: Sphere, 1973] * 10 mystery/detective short stories * Fireworks [1988] Short story collection * screenwriter: * The Killing, co-author with Stanley Kubrick * Paths of Glory, co-author with Stanley Kubrick John Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Joyce Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Judith R. Thompson: also writes Speculative Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} June Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Monroe Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Peter J. Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Phillip Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Richard Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Richard L. Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Robert F. Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Samantha Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Sovella Brown Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Steve Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Steven L. Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Susan A. Thompson, no known Web page Velda M. Thompson, no known Web page Victoria Thompson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Paul Thomsen: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Amy Thomson: also writes Science Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Basil Thomson, full name Sir Basil Home Thomson (21 Apr 1861-26 Mar 1939): Administrator in the Colonies; Governor, dartmoor Prison; diplomat; head of Scotland Yard CID, Director of Intelligence (post-war); prolific author. Sir Basil Thomson @ MGrost June Thomson (24 June 1920-): British detective author; born in Kent; 1941-49 Chelmsford High School for Girls, Essex; 1952 B.A. English (Honours) University of London; divorced (2 sons); teacher, Stoke-on-Trenbt, London; teacher, Hertforshire. * 10 mystery/detective novels with series character Inspector Finch (for some reason, in U.S. editions by Doubleday called Inspector Rudd) * 3 mystery/detective short stories Maynard F. Thomson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Rupert Thomson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Brad Thor: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Raymond Thor: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} David Thoreau: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Ronald Scott Thorn: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Newton Thorburg: also writes Speculative Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Mabel Thorne: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Nicola Thorne: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Betsy Thornton; Bisbee, Arizona: * 1 mystery/detective novel with series character Chloe Newcombe (Victim Advocate): * The Cowboy Rides Away [New York: St. Martin's] hardcover Beth Thornton: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Dennis Thornton: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Francis John Thornton: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Jeffrey A. Thornton: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Roderick Thorp: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Andrew J. Thrasher: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} L. L. Thrasher; Canby, Oregon: * 1 mystery/detective novel under pseudonym Linda Baty with series character Zachariah Smith (Oregon Private Investigator): * Cat's-Paw, Incorporated [Council Oak] ISBN 0-933031-41-6, $14.95 Travis Thrasher: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Mike Thull: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} James Thurber: James Thurber @ MGrost Max Thurian: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} John Thurley: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Aimee and David Thurlo; Corrales, New Mexico; Aimee and David Thurlo E-mail Aimee Thurlo
* 4 co-authored mystery/detective novels with series character Ella Clah (in Navaho country): * Bad Medicine [Forge] hardcover * Death Walker [Forge] hardcover * Second Shadow [Forge] paperback * Blackening Song [Forge] hardcover Robrt A. Thurman: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Patricia Jones Thurmond, no known Web page Carol Thurston: Carol Thurston Cheryl M. Thurston: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY/DETECTIVE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Peggy Tobbetts: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Ernest Tidyman (1 Jan 1928-14 July 1984): Born in Cleveland; 7th grade education in Cleveland; 1945-46 U.S. Army; 1970 married Susan Gould (4 sons, 2 from prior marriage); 1954-57 staff journalist, Cleveland News; 1957-60 staff journalist, New York Post; 1960-66 staff journalist, New York Times; 1966-69 Magazine Editor, ew York Times; 1969-84 writer-producer; 1971 Screenplay The French Connection won 1972 awards including: Writers Guild of America Award, Edgar Allan Poe Award (Mystery Writers of America), and Academy Award; NAACP Image Award. * 8 mystery/detective novels with series character John Shaft * 5 other mystery/detective novels * 8 mystery/detective screenplays: * The French Connection 1971 * Shaft 1971, co-author John D.F. Black * Shaft's Big Score 1972 * High Plains Drifter 1973 (from his own novel) * Report to the Commissioner (Operation Undercover) 1975, co-author Abby Mann * Street People 1976 * A Force of One 1979, co-author Pat Johnson * Last Plane Out 1983 * 7 mystery/detective/true-crime television plays * 3 miscellaneous and true-crime novels Ronald Tierney, no known Web page Patricia M. Tiffin: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Don L. Tiggre: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} S. K. Tikoo: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Quenna Tilbury: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Kermit Till: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Dorothy Stockbridge Tillett: Dorothy Stockbridge Tillett Van Dine School subgenre Tracey Tillis: also writes Romance; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Barrett Tillman: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Lynne Tillman: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Alice Tilton: see Phoebe Atwood Taylor Best-known for the novels featuring Leonidas Witherall as detective, including: * Cut Direct [1938] * Dead Ernest [1944] recommended * Hollow Chest [1941] Dennis S. Tilton, no known Web page Robert Tilton: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Peter Timlett: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Mark Timlin: Mark Timlin John H. Timmerman: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Kathleen Timms: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Robert Tine: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} John H. Tiner: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Mike Tingle: also writes Speculative Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Beamish Tinker: see F. Tennyson Jesse Theodore Tinsley: Theodore Tinsley @ MGrost Deborah Tisdale: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Cecilia Tishy; Nashville, Tennessee: Cecilia Tishy * 1 mystery/detective novel with series character Kate Banning (Yankee reporter-editor in Nashville country music scene) * other titles {to be added here} Set in the country music milieu of Nashville, these books feature a former investigative reporter turned trade magazine editor who keeps getting caught up in crimes involving Music City figures. For additional information: Lisa Dellwo Dellwo Marketing Services; Durham, NC Louise Titchener: Louise Titchener Elise Title: Elise Title Pat Tito: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Eve Titus: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY/DETECTIVE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Mustapha Tlili: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY/DETECTIVE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Hector Tobar: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Fred S. Tobey, no known Web page Michael Tobias: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Brian Tobin: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Greg Tobin: also writes Speculative Fiction; also writes Westerns; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Katsumi Toda: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Catherine Todd: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Charles Todd: Charles Todd Karen L. Todd, no known Web page Marilyn Todd: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Ruthven Todd: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Bonnie Toews: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Leona Toker: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Burke Toliver: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Simon Tolkien: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Emily Toll: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} D. L. Tolleson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Kenneth R. Tolliver: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Tom Tolnay: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Phillip Tomasso III: also writes Speculative Fiction; Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Gerald Tomlinson, no known Web page Jack Tomlinson: Mystery Novels: * {to be done} Rebecca Tope: Rebecca Tope Lillian de la Torre: Lillian de la Torre Unaligned American Golden Age Crime Fiction subgenre Malcolm Torrie: see Gladys Mitchell Roger Torrey: Roger Torrey @ MGrost Stuart Towne: see Clayton Rawson Guy M. Townsend, no known Web page Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY/DETECTIVE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Arthur Train, full name Arthur Cheney Train (6 Sep 1875-22 Dec 1945): Born in Boston; Prince School; Boston Latin School; St.Paul's School, Concord, New Hampshire; 1896 A.B., Harvard; 1899 LL.B., Harvard; 1899 admitted Massachusetts Bar; 1897 married Ethel Kissam (died 1923; 1 son, 3 daughters); 1926 married Helen C. Gerard (1 son); 1900 lawyer, Robinson Biddle and Ward; 1901-08 Assistant District Attorney, New York; private practice; Attorney General, Commonwealth of Massachusetts; 1904-45 prolific author; 1941-45 President, National Institute of Arts and Letters. * 8 mystery/detective novels with series character Ephraim Tutt * Adventures of Ephraim Tutt [1930] * By Advice of Counsel [1921] * Hemit of Turkey Hollow [1921] * Mr. Tutt Comes Home [1941] * Mr. Tutt Finds a Way [1945] * Mr. Tutt Takes the Stand [1936] * Mr. Tutt's Casebook [1937] * Old Man Tutt [1938] * Page Mr. Tutt [1926] * Tutt and Mr. Tutt [1920] * Tut, Tut, Mr. Tutt [1923] recommended * When Tutt Meets Tutt [1927] * Yankee Lawyer: The Autobiography of Ephraim Tutt [1943] * 14 mystery/detective short story collections with series character Ephraim Tutt * 17 other noevls * 9 non-fiction books, mostly True Crime Joseph F. Trainor; Warwick, Rhode Island; no known web page, but see more complete bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors writing as J. F. Trainor: * High Country Murder [Kensington] hardcover * Corona Blue [Zebra] paperback * Whiskey Jack [Zebra] paperback * Dynamite Pass [Zebra] paperback * Target For Murder [Zebra] paperback B. Traven: his own life and death are mysterious. he is best-known for: * The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre [1948], adapted into a classic Bogart film Robert Traver: best-known for hard-boiled detective novel: * Anatomy Of A Murder [1958] James L. Traylor, no known Web page Lawrence Treat (born Lawrence Joseph Goldstone) (21 Dec 1903-7 Jan 1998): born in New York City; 1924 B.A. Dartmouth; 1927 LL.B. Columbia; 1943 married Rose Ehrenfreund; taught mystery writing at Columbia University and elsewhere; 1965 and 1978 Edgar Allan Poe Awards (Mystery Writers of America); [years?] President, Mystery Writers of America; * 17 mystery/detective novels with series characters Bill Decker, Jub Freeman, Mitch Taylor, Carl Wayward * "H as in Homicide" [1964] recommended story about Mitch Taylor * 1 mystery/detective short story collection * over 100 mystery/detective short stories * 5 mystery/detective puzzle/game books * Treat's earliest contributions to mystery fiction were picture puzzles, some of which were collected in BRINGING SHERLOCK HOME [1930] * Editor, mystery/detective books: * Murder in Mind [New York: Dutton, 1967] * The Mystery Writers Handbook [Cincinnati: Writers Digest, 1976] * A Special Kind of Crime [New York: Doubleday, 1982] According to: Lawrence Treat "American writer, frequently called the "father" of modern police procedural novel, although Treat himself did not accept the honour. Treat's early novels paved way to the radio and television police series Dragnet, John Creasey's Gideon stories, and Ed McBain's 87th Precinct novels. (See also Chester Himes and his series of Coffin Ed Johnson and Grave Digger Jones.) "But as a pioneer in mystery genre, Treat developed a narrative framework, which differed from the traditional detective story, where the story centers on a single person, like Sherlock Holmes or Inspector Maigret. In Treat's novels there is a group of police detectives with family problems. They have conflicts inside departments, and work under-staffed too long hours. The formula, which he started in the 1940s, have since been used repeatedly in books, movies, and television series. "Lawrence Treat... was a lawyer [in New York], but then moved to Paris in 1928, and started to write mystery stories.... "After returning in the United States, Treat devoted himself to writing and produced 17 novels and over 300 short stories. His first novel, RUN FAR, RUN FAST [1937] was published under the name Goldstone. Treat was one of the founders of Mystery Writers of America. He won twice the Edgar Allan Poe Award, in 1965 for the short story 'H as in Homicide,' which first appeared in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazie, and in 1978 for MYSTERY WRITERS' HANDBOOK. "Among Treat's best-known characters are Commander Bill Decker, Carl Wayard, a professor of psychology, and Mitch Taylor, a veteran police officer, and his sidekick Jub Freeman, an easygoing forensic expert. * B AS IN BANSHEE [1940] * D AS IN DEAD [1941] and * O AS IN OMEN [1943] featured Carl Wayward, an intuitive criminologist. Taylor's greed leads to hisinvolvement in graft and he is removed from NYPD in THE BIG SHOT [1951]. "Freeman appeared alone in: * H AS IN HUNTED [1946] and Decker was introduced in: * F AS IN FLIGHT [1948]. Treat created the police procedural as we know it with: * V AS IN VICTIM and established his place in crime-fiction history. In the story Mitch Taylor bemoans the policeman's lot, tries to find ways to improve his chances of promotion, and investigates a hit-and-run accident. For the young detectives he wrote such exercises in observation, creativity and logic as: * CRIME AND PUZZLEMENT [1981-82] and * YOU'RE THE DETECTIVE! [1983], in which the reader is asked to solve mysteries using clues found in the brief story and accompanying illustrations. - Treat died on January 7, 1998, in Oak Bluffs, Massachussetts. "Note: Sue Grafton has named her mystery novels with alphabetics in Treat's footsteps - Note: Treat lived in Martha's Vineyard, where one of his puzzle books: * CRIME AND PUZZLEMENT: ON MARTHA'S VINEYARD, MOSTLY: 24 SOLVE-THEM-YOURSELF PICTURE MYSTERIES [1993], was also set. References for further reading: * The Police Procedural, by George Dove [1982] * St. James Guide to Crime and Mystery Writers, edited by Jay P. Pederson [1996] * "The Police Procedural", by Jon L. Breen (in Mystery and Suspence Writers, vol. 2, ed. by Robin W. Winks, 1998) Selected Works, in Chronological Order: * BRINGING SHERLOCK HOME [1930] * RUN FAR, RUN FAST [1937] * B AS IN BANSHEE [1940] * D AS IN DEAD [1941] * H AS IN HANGMAN, [1952] * O AS IN OMEN [1943] * THE LEATHER MAN [1944] * V AS IN VICTIM [1945] * H AS IN HUNTED [1946] * Q AS IN QUICKSAND [1947] * T AS IN TRAPPED [1947] * F AS IN FLIGHT [1948] * OVER THE EDGE [1948] * TRIAL AND TERROR [1949] * THE BIG SHOT [1951] * H AS IN HOMICIDE [1965] * WEEP FOR A WANTON [1956] * LADY, DROP DEAD [1960] * VENUS UNARMED [1961] * MURDER IN MIND [1967] editor * P AS IN POLICE [1970] * MYSTERY WRITER'S HANDBOOK [1976] editor * CRIME AND PUZZLEMENT, 2 vols. [1981-82] * A SPECIAL KIND OF CRIME [1982] * YOU'RE THE DETECTIVE!: 24 SOLVE-THEM-YOURSELF PICTURE MYSTERIES [1983] (illustrated by Kathleen Borowik) * THE CLUE ARMCHAIR DETECTIVE [1983] * CRIME AND PUZZLEMENT 3 [1988] * CRIME AND PUZZLEMENT: MY COUSIN PHOEBE. 24 SOLVE-THEM-YOURSELF PICTURE MYSTERIES [1992] illustrated by Dean Bornstein) * CRIME AND PUZZLEMENT: ON MARTHA'S VINEYARD, MOSTLY. 24 SOLVE-THEM-YOURSELF PICTURE MYSTERIES [1993] illustrator Paul Karasik Gregory Tree: see John Franklin Bardin Peter Tremayne: Peter Tremayne John Trench: full name John Chenevix Trench (17 Oct 1920-): British detective author {biography to be done} * 4 mystery/detective novels with series character Martin Cotterell * 3 Archaeology books "Anthony Trent": character in the fiction of Wyndham Martyn. His father was a general practioner in a rural medical practice. Anthony Trent was a star on the Dartmouth football team, also acting in school plays, before he earned his degree. Now 30, he is an author of Mystery/Detective fiction, but making only a small amount of money. So what does he do? Using his knowledge of crime, he creates a false identity, with which he takes an apartment on Central Park West, a desireable address in Manhattan, New York City. While tended to by an elderly housekeeper, Mrs. Kinney, who knows how to keep her mouth shut, he nefariously seeks "the good things in life." To get them, he cracks safes, but only to steal from people whom he considers repulsove, rich, and able to ansorb the loss. These crimes give him leisure to play tennis and golf, and to indulge in art and music. Anthony Trent is taller than average, slim, wiry, with a strong-featured face, a large hawk-like nose, and a humorous expression. Patriotically, he turns down a commission to enlist in World War I as a private. Trevanian: pseudonym for Rodney Whitaker (12 Jan 1925-): Tudlik's Unofficial Trevanian Page American born in Tokyo; 4 university degrees; Professor, Uuniversity of Texas at Austin. * 2 mystery/detective novels with series character Jonathan Hemlock (snobbish intelligence assassin, professor of art history, expert mountain climber) * The Eiger Sanction [New York: Crown, 1972; London: Heinemann, 1973] Publishing Information for the Ballantine version Copyright 1972 by Trevanian ISBN 0-345-31737-8 Library of Congress Catalog Card # 72-84293 First Ballantine Books Edition: September 1984 Ballantine editions published by arrangement with Crown Publishers, Inc. Jonathan Hemlock is sent to kill one of the men with whom he is climbing the Eiger (one of the mountains in the Swiss Alps). * The Loo Sanction [New York: Crown, 1973; London: Heinemann, 1974] Publishing Information for the Ballantine version Copyright 1973 by Trevanian ISBN 0-345-31738-6 Library of Congress Catalog Card # 73-82951 First Ballantine Books Edition: November 1984 Ballantine editions published by arrangement with Crown Publishers, Inc. Jonathan Hemlock is blackmailed into doing another "sanction". This time, the assassination is targeted in London. * 3 other mystery/detective novels: * The Main [New York: Harcourt Brace, 1976; London: Hart Davis 1977] Publishing Information for the Jove/HBJ version Copyright 1976 by Trevanian ISBN: none Library of Congress Catalog Card # 76-24896 First Jove/HBJ Edition: September 1977 Jove editions published by arrangement with Harcort Brace Jovanovich The story of an old cop in Montreal. One of the recurring themes is the difference between immoral and criminal behavior. It also deals with personal dignity, friendship, and the difficulty we have in expressing deep emotion for our loved ones. * Shibumi [New York: Crown, 1979; London: Grenada, 1979] Publishing Information for the Ballantine version. Copyright 1979 by Trevanian ISBN 0-345-31180-9 Library of Congress Catalog Card # 78-20950 First Ballantine Books Edition: June 1980 Ballantine editions published by arrangement with Crown Publishers, Inc. The most famous of the five. It is a story about Nicolai Hel, an international assassin. It deals with the way that modern society stifles individualism, and one man's attempt to achieve a rare form of personal excellence called "Shibumi." This book also points out two of Americas' biggest problems, machismo, and materialism. * The Summer of Katya [New York: Crown, 1983; London: Grenada, 1983] Publishing Information for the Ballantine version. Copyright 1983 by Trevanian ISBN 0-345-31486-7 Library of Congress Catalog Card # 83-1790 First Ballantine Books Edition: July 1984 Ballantine editions published by arrangement with Crown Publishers, Inc. A story about a young doctor who falls in love with Katya, a girl he meets just before the start of World War I. This book deals with the horror and damage of rape in a very dramatic way; don't read the end if you're depressed. * 2 mystery/detective screenplays * 2 non-fiction books (one on film) * Mr. Whitaker has published one non-fiction book under his own name. The book is called The Language of Film [Prentice Hall] * Incident at Twenty Mile Historical Fiction Publishing Information for St Martins Press (Trade) version. Copyright 1998 by Trevanian ISBN 0-312-19233-9 Library of Congress Catalog Card # ? Hardcover - 320 pages (October 1998) Rodney Whitaker has also written two books under the pseudonym Nicholas Seare: * 1339 or So [Harcort Brace Jovanovich] * Rude Tales and Glorious [Clarkson and Potter] Satire of the legends of King Arthur. Short Stories written by Trevanian: * Three are available by getting back copies of * Harper's, Playboy, and Redbook magazines. * There is also one that (as far as I know) has never been published. All 4 of these can be viewed for a fee at the copyright office. * The stories are: * "Switching" [Playboy, December 1978] * "Minutes of a Village Meeting" written by LeCagot, "translated by Trevanian" [Harper's, 1979] * "The Secrets of Miss Plimsoll, Private Secretary" [Redbook, March 1984] * "Autumn out of the Ashes" never published * "?" [The Yale Literary Review, date??] Trevanian's Identity Thanks goes to Chris Roth for telling "Tudlik" about Poundstone's book. Since Tudlik put his site up, he got numerous E-mails asking who Trevanian is. The most credible theory heard to date is that of William Poundstone in his book Biggest Secrets [Quill, William Morrow and Co., 1993]). The short version is that Rodney Whitaker is Trevanian. Poundstone's evidence is as follows. * Someone at Crown Publishers told the New York Times that Trevanian submitted The Eiger Sanction while he was teaching film at the University of Texas. * The name Rodney Whitaker appears in the credits of the film version of The Eiger Sanction. * LeCagot is the pen name of a friend of Whitaker (or possibly Whitaker himself), who died some years before Trevanian wrote Shibumi. (LeCagot is also a character in Shibumi) * Jonathan Hemlock quotes Rodney Whitaker during a lecture in The Loo Sanction. Elleston Trevor (17 Feb 1920-1995): at least 2 known Web page {to be done} * The Quiller Memorandum Joseph Trigboff, no known Web page Camilla Trinchieri: see Camilla 'Trella' Crespi Miles Trip, full name Miles Barton Trip (5 May 1923-): British legal staffer and author * 20 mystery/detective novels with series character John Samson * 3 mystery/detective novels under pseudonym Michael Brett with series character Hugo Baron * 3 other novels * 1 television play * 1 autobiography Kathy Hogan Trocheck; Atlanta, Georgia; Kathy Trocheck also see bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors * 5 mystery/detective novels with series character Truman Kicklighter (Retired St. Petersburg, Florida reporter): * Lickety-Split [New York: HarperCollins] hardcover First in series * Happy Never After [New York: HarperCollins, hardcover; HarperPaperback] * Homemade Sin [New York: HarperPaperback] * To Live & Die In Dixie [New York: HarperPaperback] * Nominated: Anthony Award * Nominated: Agatha Award * Nominated: Macavity Award * Every Crooked Nanny [New York: HarperPaperback] Simon Troy: see Thurman Warriner Alan Trustman, no known Web page Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY/DETECTIVE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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John Bartholomew Tucker, no known Web page Wilson Tucker: best-known for Science Fiction, but also notable for the Mystery/Detective novels featuring Charles Horne as detective: * Chinese Doll [1946] * Red Herring [1951] * Stalking Man [1949] Scott Turow: Scott Turow home page Harry Turtledove: best-known for Science Fiction, especially "Alternate History", this California-resident Ph.D. in Byzantine History also writes a clever Mystery/Detective yarn. Harry Turtledove Jane Ann Turzillo, no known Web page Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY/DETECTIVE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Robert Twohy: * 50+ mystery/detective short stories Return to Authors T Table of Contents Return to MYSTERY/DETECTIVE AUTHORS Table of Contents

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Lee Tyler; Burlingame, California: * The Clue of the Clever Canine [Vantage] hardcover ISBN 0-533-10892-6, $15.95 San Francisco Peninsula setting, golf enthusiast protagonist and antagonist Nedra Tyre: {bio to be done} * 6 mystery/detective novels * 1 mystery/detective short storiy collection Peg Tyre, no known Web page Omar Tyree: Omar Tyree home page Return to Alphabetical Table of MYSTERY/DETECTIVE Authors

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