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Carole Nelson Douglas


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Carole Nelson Douglas, Literary Chameleon

“All of Douglas’s novels use a mainstream matrix to blend elements of mystery or fantasy with contemporary issues and psychological realism. A literary chameleon with an agenda, Douglas has reinvented the roles of women in a variety of fiction forms.”–Fantastic Fiction.com

The author of  sixty-three novels, including mystery, thriller, romance, high fantasy, science fiction, and mainstream women’s fiction, Carole Nelson Douglas has been nominated for or won more than fifty writing awards.

Genres: Cozy Mystery, Urban Fantasy, Historical Mystery, Fantasy, Romance, Science Fiction, Paranormal Romance
 
Series
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Irene Adler
1. Good Night Mr. Holmes (1990)
2. Good Morning, Irene (1991)
     aka The Adventuress
3. Irene at Large (1992)
     aka A Soul of Steel
4. Irene's Last Waltz (1994)
     aka Another Scandal in Bohemia
5. Chapel Noir (2001)
6. Castle Rouge (2002)
7. Femme Fatale (2003)
8. Spider Dance (2004)
The Private Wife of Sherlock Holmes (2012)
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Anthologies edited
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Anthologies containing stories by Carole Nelson Douglas
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Short stories
Dracula on the Rocks (1995)
Cold Turkey (1997)
The Mummy Case (1999)
Night Owl (1999)
Monster Mash (2011)
Snow Job (2012)


Carole Nelson Douglas recommends
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Shadows in Scarlet (2001)
Lillian Stewart Carl
"Lillian Stewart Carl is a captivating writer who offers delight and insight as well as goose bumps. Shadows in Scarlet's ghostly love story and centuries-spanning murder mystery make for an enthralling puzzle with a Scottish accent. This cozy but chilling roller coaster of a story will keep readers glued to their seats and significant others."
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Murder in the Pleasure Gardens (2003)
(Beau Brummell, book 4)
Rosemary Stevens
"A dandy sleuth...Stevens's dashing detective romps through Regency England."

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