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Thomas Harris

Thomas Harris (1940-): Thriller author/journalist Thomas Harris * Black Sunday [1975] Arab terrorists, superbowl blimp * Red Dragon [1981] introces Hannibal Lecter * Silence of the Lambs [1988] * Hannibal [2000] see: MOVIES -- INFO ABOUT In the Periodic Table of the Elements, "Hs" stands for Hassium. In the Periodic Table of the Mystery Authors, "Hs" stands for Thomas Harris! Honorable Mentions: Charlaine Harris; Magnolia, Arkansas; Charlaine Harris see more complete bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors * Books with series character Aurora Teagarden include: * Dead Over Heels [Scribner] * The Julius House [Worldwide] * A Bone To Pick [Walker] * Books with series character Lily Bard ("weight-lifting homekeeper with a past") include: * Shakespeare's Champion [St. Martin's, Fall 1997] * Shakespeare's Landlord [St. Martin's] E. Lynn Harris: E. Lynn Harris home page Herbert Harris (25 Aug 1911-) British prolific short story author with 3,000+ (!) newspaper and magazine publications (mostly 1,000-2,000 words long with twist endings); Founding Editor "Red Herrings" (bulletin of Crime Writers Association); Chairman 1969-70 Crime Writers Association; winner 1965 Crime Writers Association award: * 4 mystery/detective novels * 1 play * 4 mystery/detective books edited Lee Harris; Tenafly, New Jersey; Lee Harris see more complete bibliography at Sisters in Crime: Authors * Books with series character Christine Bennett (Ex-nun) include: * The New Year's Eve Murder [Fawcett, December 1997] * The Valentine's Day Murder [Fawcett, February 1997] * The Passover Murder [Fawcett] * The Thanksgiving Day Murder [Fawcett] * The Christmas Night Murder [Fawcett] * The St. Patrick's Day Murder [Fawcett] * The Christening Day Murder [Fawcett] * The Yom Kippur Murder [Fawcett] * The Good Friday Murder [Fawcett] Nominated for Edgar Allan Poe Award Rosemary Harris, full name Rosemary Jeanne Harris (20 Feb 1923-) British artist, nurse, picture restorer, MGM reader, Times of London children's book reviewer; winner 1969 Library Association Carnegie Medal; winner 1971 Arts Council grant: * 5 mystery/detective novels * 13 unrelated novels for children * 3 unrelated novels for children * 2 teleplays * 5 other books (oriental legends) Return to Mystery/Detective Table of Contents Return to PERIODIC TABLE OF MYSTERY AUTHORS [Grateful acknowledgment to Professor Erich Friedman for his permission for me to use the table structure and color GIFs of the Periodic Table, above, whose Mystery Author roll-over status names and correlation of Element Abbreviations with Mystery Author names are not the fault of Professor Erich Friedman but purely the work of Professor Jonathan Vos Post]