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Marcia Muller


USA flag (1944 - )
Wife of Bill Pronzini

Marcia Muller's Sharon McCone series has been translated into eight languages and there are 2 million copies in print. Recipient of the Private Eye Writers of America Life Achievement Award, she lives in northern California. The Women's Press has 16 Marcia Muller titles in print, including Listen to the Silence, A Wild and Lonely Place and Ask the Cards a Question.
 
Series
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Nameless Detective (with Bill Pronzini)
13. Double (1984)
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Quincannon (with Bill Pronzini)
2. Beyond the Grave (1986)
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Anthologies edited
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Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by Marcia Muller
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Awards
Shamus Awards Best Novel nominee (1990) : The Shape of Dread
Shamus Awards Best Novel nominee (1992) : Where Echoes Live
Anthony Awards Best Novel winner (1994) : Wolf in the Shadows
Dilys Awards Best Book nominee (1994) : Wolf in the Shadows
Edgar Awards Best Novel nominee (1994) : Wolf in the Shadows
Shamus Awards Best Novel nominee (1994) : Wolf in the Shadows
Anthony Awards Best Novel nominee (2001) : Listen to the Silence
Shamus Awards Best Novel nominee (2001) : Listen to the Silence
Shamus Awards Best Novel nominee (2007) : Vanishing Point
Shamus Awards Best Novel winner (2010) : Locked in


Marcia Muller recommends
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Dead Man's Hand (1997)
(Freddie O'Neal, book 7)
Catherine Dain
"A fascinating character... thoroughly likable."
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Zen Attitude (1998)
(Rei Shimura, book 2)
Sujata Massey
"You can't find a better guide to the mean streets of Japan than Rei Shimura. From a Buddhist temple in Kamakura to the nightclubs of Tokyo's trendy Roppongi districts, she leads us on a tense journey across terrain shaken by cross-cultural tremors and rifts between old and new ways. An excellent new series from a very talented writer."
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Family Business (2006)
(Port Silva, book 9)
Janet LaPierre
"LaPierre goes well beyond the bounds of the traditional mystery, examining one of today's most compelling issues ... quirky and likeable characters, well-drawn setting, and baffling plot ... excellent series."
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House of Whispers (2008)
(Supernatural Properties, book 1)
Margaret Lucke
"A suspenseful, intriguing first entry in an innovative new series. Margaret Lucke is an exceptional writer."

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