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Home of the Anthony and Macavity Award-winning Ellie Stone Mysteries

The Ellie Stone Mysteries have also been finalists for the EDGAR®, BARRY, and LEFTY Awards

 

“THE TWENTY-FIVE-YEAR ENGAGEMENT” IS A FINALIST FOR

2021 EDGAR AWARD FOR BEST SHORT STORY

2021 AGATHA AWARD FOR BEST SHORT STORY

2021 ANTHONY AWARD FOR BEST SHORT STORY

2021 MACAVITY AWARD FOR BEST SHORT STORY

TURN TO STONE IS A FINALIST FOR

2021 G.P. PUTNAM’S SONS SUE GRAFTON MEMORIAL AWARD

2021 BARRY AWARD FOR BEST PAPERBACK ORIGINAL

2021 LEFTY AWARD FOR BEST HISTORICAL MYSTERY

2021 MACAVITY AWARD FOR BEST HISTORICAL MYSTERY

 

December 28, 2020
My new Sherlock Holmes pastiche, “The Twenty-five-year Engagement” appears in In League with Sherlock Holmes, edited by Laurie R. King and Leslie S. Klinger.

 

September 30, 2019
“A mystery that puts an inventive twist on Boccaccio’s Decameron, TURN TO STONE takes the reader on a richly-imagined and entertaining journey to Florence and the Tuscan countryside in 1963. And the engaging, indomitable Ellie Stone, who holds her liquor but never her tongue, is the perfect traveling companion.”
—Lou Berney, Edgar Award-winning author of November Road

Tancredi and Ghismunda

4 comments on “Home of the Anthony and Macavity Award-winning Ellie Stone Mysteries

  1. Just finished Turn To Stone, another masterpiece that left me with some salty discharge at the end! Please keep them coming!!

  2. I must thank Mark Pryor for having his character read an Ellie Stone mystery – I had to find out more, started with Styx & Stone, and now I’m hooked! Ellie is one hot ticket and the plots, writing, and wordplay are the best. Keep ‘em coming!

    • Thank you so much for your kind words. And thanks to Mark. Did you notice the sheriff in A Stone’s Throw has Mark’s son’s name? I asked his permission, of course. Anyway, your message means a lot to me. It’s so nice to hear from readers. Best wishes, Jim

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