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Bill Crider


USA flag (1941 - )

aka Jack Buchanan, Jack MacLane

Bill Crider lives in Alvin, Texas where he serves as chair of the Division of English and Fine Arts at Alvin Community College. His first Sheriff Dan Rhodes mystery, Too Late to Die, won the Anthony Award for Best First Novel.
 
Series
Killmaster (with Nick Carter and Jack Davis)
144. The Coyote Connection (1981)
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Stanley Waters (with Willard Scott)
1. Murder Under Blue Skies (1998)
2. Murder in the Mist (1998)
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Humphrey Bogart
1. We'll Always Have Murder (2003)
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Ted Stephens (with Clyde Wilson)
1. Houston Homicide (2007)
2. Mississippi Vivian (2010)
 
Novels
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Omnibus
Nine Deadly Lives (2015) (with Angela Crider, Brandy Herr DesPres, Mollie Hunt, C A Jamison, Mariah Lynne, Deborah MacGillivray, Clay More, Isabella Norse, Cheryl Pierson, Mary Price, Faye Rapoport, Rochelle Spencer and Livia J Washburn)
 
Collections
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Novellas
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Series contributed to
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Anthologies edited
 
Anthologies containing stories by Bill Crider
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Short stories
"But I Feel the Bright Eyes..." (1994)
King of the Night (1995)
The Nighttime Is the Right Time (1995)
The Captive Soul (1996)
The Ghost and Mr Truman (1996)
Tinseltown Follies of 1948 (1999)


Awards
Anthony Awards Best First Novel winner (1987) : Too Late to Die


Bill Crider recommends

Nights of the Red Moon (2010)
Milton T Burton
"Milton Burton writes about East Texas with wit, spice, and insight.  His Sequoya County sheriff, Bo Handel, has a shrewd mind to go along with his fancy pistol.  He's the kind of man Sheriff Dan Rhodes would share a Dr Pepper with any day."

A Killing At Cotton Hill (2013)
(Samuel Craddock Mysteries, book 1)
Terry Shames
"Readers are going to love[Samuel Craddock] and they'll want to visit him and Jarrett Creek, Texas, often."


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