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Marcia Muller

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Occupation  Writer
Name  Marcia Muller
Movies  Into the Badlands
Genre  Thriller/mystery
Education  University of Michigan
Spouse  Bill Pronzini
Nationality  American
Role  Author

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Born  September 28, 1944 (age 71) Detroit, Michigan (1944-09-28)
Awards  Edgar Grand Master Award
Books  Edwin of the Iron Shoes, The Night Searchers, Someone Always Knows, The Bughouse Affair: A C, City of Whispers
Similar People  Bill Pronzini, Sara Paretsky, Sue Grafton, Loren D Estleman, Edward Gorman

Alma mater  University of Michigan

Marcia muller

Marcia Muller (born September 28, 1944) is an American author of fictional mystery and thriller novels.


Muller has written many novels featuring her Sharon McCone female private detective character. Vanishing Point won the Shamus Award for Best P.I. Novel. Muller had been nominated for the Shamus Award four times previously.

In 2005, Muller was awarded the Mystery Writers of America's Grand Master award. Previous winners of the award include Alfred Hitchcock (1973) and Agatha Christie (1955).

She was born in Detroit, Michigan and grew up in Birmingham, Michigan and graduated in English from the University of Michigan and worked as a journalist at Sunset magazine. She is married to detective fiction author Bill Pronzini with whom she has collaborated on several novels.

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Carpenter and Quincannon Mysteries

  1. The Bughouse Affair (2013) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  2. The Spook Lights Affair (2013) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  3. The Body Snatchers Affair (2015) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  4. The Plagues of Thieves Affair (2016) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  5. Dangerous Ladies Affair (2017) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)

Elena Oliverez series

  1. The Tree of Death (1983)
  2. The Legend of the Slain Soldiers (1985)
  3. Beyond the Grave (1986) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)

Joanna Stark series

  1. The Cavalier in White (1986)
  2. There Hangs the Knife (1988)
  3. Dark Star (1989)

Soledad County series

  1. Point Deception (2001)
  2. Cyanide Wells (2003)
  3. Cape Perdido (2005)

Anthologies and Collections

  • The Web She Weaves (1983) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • Witches Brew: Horror and Supernatural Stories by Women (1984) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • Child's Ploy: An Anthology of Mystery and Suspense Stories (1984) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • She Won the West: An Anthology of Western and Frontier Stories by Women (1985) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • Dark Lessons: Crime and Detection on Campus (1985) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • Kill or Cure: Suspense Stories About the World of Medicine (1985) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • The Deadly Arts: A Collection of Artful Suspense (1985) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • Chapter and Hearse: Suspense Stories About the World of Books (1985) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • The Wickedest Show on Earth: A Carnival of Circus Suspense (1985) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • Lady on the Case: 21 Stories and 1 Complete Novel Starring the World's Great Female Sleuths (1988) (co-written with Bill Pronzini and Martin H. Greenberg)
  • Deceptions (1991) (short story collection)
  • Detective Duos: The Best Adventures of Twenty-Five Crime-Solving Twosomes (1997) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • Duo (1998) (short story collection) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • Time of the Wolves (2003) (Western short story collection)
  • Somewhere in the City (2007) (short story collection)
  • Crucifixion River (2007) (short story collection) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • Non-fiction

  • 1001 Midnights: The Aficionado's Guide to Mystery and Detective Fiction (1986) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • Stand alone novels

  • The Lighthouse (1987) (co-written with Bill Pronzini)
  • References

    Marcia Muller Wikipedia