May Releases



Victoria Thompson
Murder in Murray Hill


Victoria Thompson
Murder on Amsterdam Avenue








Elaine Viets
Checked Out


Kate Carlisle
The Book Stops Here








Claire Donally
Hiss and Tell


Janet Bolin
Seven Threadly Sins








Nancy J. Parra
Flourless to Stop Him


Sally Goldenbaum
A Finely Knit Murder








Elaine Viets
Catnapped!


Sally Goldenbaum
Murder in Merino








Laura Childs
Ming Tea Murder


Linda Reilly
Fillet of Murder








Carolyn Hart
Death at the Door


Lorna Barrett
Book Clubbed








Hy Conrad
Mr. Monk and the New Lieutenant


Heather Blake
Some Like It Witchy








Carolyn Hart
Don't Go Home


Carlene O'Neil
One Foot in the Grape






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John Morgan Wilson

John Morgan Wilson is the Edgar® Award-winning author of the Benjamin Justice mystery series, which has also won two Lambda Literary Awards. Wilson was born on September 19, 1945 on an army base in Florida and grew up in a Southern California beach town. He began writing for newspapers at 19 and earned a degree in journalism at San Diego State University. After college, he worked as a police reporter for the Los Angeles Herald Examiner and later as an assistant editor with the Los Angeles Times. As a freelance, Wilson has written hundreds of articles for a dozen major newspapers and many magazines, and more than a hundred fact-based TV scripts for various network and cable channels.

His first mystery novel, Simple Justice (1996) won the prestigious Edgar Allan Poe Award from the Mystery Writers of America for best first mystery novel. Blue Moon, co-written with Peter Duchin, introduces a new character, society bandleader Philip Damon, in a lighter, more nostalgic and romantic vein. Good Morning Heartache, is the second in the series.

Wilson lives in West Hollywood, California with Pietro Gamino, his companion of many years.

Books:
Good Morning, Heartache, November 2004
Blue Moon, November 2003






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