Bernard A. Drew's 100 Most Popular Contemporary Mystery Authors: Biographical PDF

By Bernard A. Drew

ISBN-10: 1598844458

ISBN-13: 9781598844450

ISBN-10: 1598844466

ISBN-13: 9781598844467

This e-book examines a hundred of ultra-modern most sensible secret novels and secret authors hailing from international locations equivalent to the U.S., nice Britain, France, Italy, South Africa, and Australia. both beneficial to scholars writing study papers, readers yearning new authors or additional information approximately their favourite authors, and lecturers looking particular sorts of fiction to aid curricula, 100 most well liked modern secret Authors: Biographical Sketches and BibliographieS≪/i> presents revealing information regarding present day top mysteries and authors—without any ''spoilers.''

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Beaton (Marion Chesney) The author acknowledged in a Newsvine interview that I sometimes feel guilty about using the same Highland setting as there have been about two murders in Sutherland in the past 100 years. But I would never move Hamish from his Highland location. That is the escape for the reader. As to character, particularly her constable hero, Beaton told Connie Fletcher in an interview for Booklist that “Hamish Macbeth represents the nicer part of the Highland character and is based on several people I have known.

C. Beaton’s long-running series. But Macbeth is humble by design; he masks his abilities and his intellect, so that he won’t be promoted out of his comfortable setting to a more urban environment. Macbeth is one of two popular mystery series characters created by Beaton—the other is Agatha Raisin. Beaton is not a real person. It is a pseudonym used by Marion Chesney. Chesney wrote a string of Regency romances under her real name and has written as Ann Fairfax, Jennie Tremaine, Helen Crampton, and Charlotte Ward.

While Blunt was in college, Samuel Beckett influenced his several attempts at writing short stories. Blunt married Janna Eggebeen, a college administrator. He relocated to New York City, where he was a bartender and a room service waiter before he landed a two-year contract with television producers Grosso-Jacobson 36 Giles Blunt 37 to write screenplays (including the pilot for Diamonds). His first book, Cold Eye (1989), is set against the New York art scene. He cowrote with Robert Nathan one episode of Law & Order, but when no new assignments came, he decided to write novels, this time with a Canadian setting.

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