Mystery Author: Strong Women, Great Stories

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I write three series: The Loser Mysteries, The Dead Detective Mysteries & the Simon & Elizabeth (Tudor) Mysteries as well as stand-alones that offer readers "Strong Women, Great Stories."
These days I also answer to Maggie Pill, who writes a cozy sleuth series. Maggie is a lot like Peg, just younger, cooler, and funnier.

5 Mysteries You Might Like

Tuesday is Book Recommendation Day!

The books listed here come randomly to the list, but they're all books I or someone in my team has read and liked. (I'm not big on cozies or noir, so I stick to the middle of the spectrum.) Here we do no "helping," recommending fellow authors in return for a blurb or a review. If it's here, I or a reader I trust would tell you, "That was a good book!"

1. Frog Music by Emma Donoghue set in Golden Age San Francisco, great characters and historical color
2. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime by Mark Haddon- I enjoy an unusual protagonist, and this one is exceptionally well done
3. The Gods of Guilt by Michael Connelly -Many people love the Harry Bosch mysteries, but Mickey the Lincoln Lawyer is good, too
4. Never Go Back by Lee Child - If you haven't met Jack Reacher, you'll have lots of other chances if you enjoy this one!
5. The Sleuth Sisters by Maggie Pill - A cozy mystery set in Michigan with the theme of sisterhood, the good and the not-so-much.

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