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Peter Lovesey


(Peter Harmer Lovesey)
UK flag (1936 - )
Father of Phil Lovesey

aka Peter Lear

Peter Lovesey was born in Middlesex and studied at Hampton Grammar School and Reading University, where he met his wife Jax. He won a competition with his first crime fiction novel, Wobble to Death, and has never looked back, with his numerous books winning and being shortlisted for nearly all the prizes in the international crime writing world. He was Chairman of the Crime Writers' Association and has been presented with Lifetime Achievement awards both in the UK and the US.
 
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Inspector Hen Mallin Investigation
1. The Circle (2005)
2. The Headhunters (2008)
 
Novels
Goldengirl (1977) (as by Peter Lear)
Spider Girl (1980) (as by Peter Lear)
The False Inspector Dew (1982)
Keystone (1983)
Rough Cider (1986)
The Secret Of Spandau (1986) (as by Peter Lear)
On the Edge (1989)
     aka Dead Gorgeous
The Reaper (2000)
In Suspense (2001)
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Omnibus
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Collections
 
Peter Lovesey recommends

Winding Up the Serpent (1995)
(Joanna Piercy, book 1)
Priscilla Masters
"Hauntingly atmospheric."

The Clark Gable and Carole Lombard Murder Case (1997)
(Jacob Singer, book 13)
George Baxt
"An author of rare ingenuity."

The Ambitious Stepmother (2002)
(Countess Ashby De La Zouche, book 3)
Fidelis Morgan
"I challenge you to open a Fidelis Morgan at any page and not to be grabbed and plunged into a story where the action is non-stop and outrageous. The Countess Ashby de la Zouche books are a joy, written with tremendous energy and flair. It goes without saying that Fidelis has done her history homework, but no one ever made history more fun."
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Amnesia (2017)
Michael Ridpath
"Highly ingenious and engaging: a mystery within a mystery within a mystery, like one of those Russian dolls. I was gripped. The irony in all this is that Amnesia will lodge in my memory for years to come. "


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