(The Malice Domestic mystery is a mystery of manners. No b...)
The Malice Domestic mystery is a mystery of manners. No blood, no body parts, just nice civilized murder. And in this collection, thirteen outstanding mystery writers explore the unlucky fates of those who indulge their most murderous fantasies.
(Finally, here is the complete guide to Robert B. Parker's...)
Finally, here is the complete guide to Robert B. Parker's novels from Spenser to Jesse Stone to Sunny Randall, plot summaries, cast of characters, Boston locations and maps, and more. Even before he was named Grand Master for Lifetime Achievement by the Mystery Writers of America, Edgar® Award-winning Robert B. Parker had assumed the mantle of dean of American crime fiction. "Taking his place beside Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler, and Ross MacDonald" (Boston Globe), he transcended the crime genre. As one of the most prolific writers in the world, he reinvented crime writing. Now his millions of fans can discover everything about Robert B. Parker and his books: - Comprehensive biography of Robert B. Parker - Inside the Spenser novels - All about the Jesse Stone and Sunny Randall novels - Parker's stand-alone fiction - Complete cast of characters - Spenser on film - Robert B. Parker's Boston: locales, crime scenes, and maps - Memorable quotes - Inclusive bibliography - Plus, an exclusive and insightful new interview with Robert B. Parker
Bachelor of Science in Journalism, University Maryland, 1985. Master of Arts in Liberal Studies with distinction, Georgetown University, 1990.
Coordinator publications international student exchange program Georgetown University, Washington, 1987-1991. Editor American Association Colleges for Teacher Education, 1992-1997, director publications and marketing, 1994-1997. Publications manager Society for American Archaeology, 1998-2000.
Publications director section international law and practice American Bar Association, 2000—2002. Managing editor Heldref Publications, 2001—2008. Board directors Malice Domestic, Bethesda, Maryland, publicity liaison, 1988-1994, vice-chair, 1993-1995, chair, 1995-1997.
Presenter Vera Brittain Centenary Conference, 1993, Popular Culture Association Conference, 1995-1996, editorial coordinator Council Social Work Education, since 2009, editor McFarland Companions to Mystery Fiction Series, since 2008.
Member of Authors Guild.