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Beth Kanell

I'm passionate about Vermont -- its people, communities, landscape, history. My YA mysteries take root in all of those: THE DARKNESS UNDER THE WATER (2008), THE SECRET ROOM (Sept. 2011), COLD MIDNIGHT (Nov. 2012), and a "Nancy Drew" type series, ALL THAT GLITTERS (in progress!). Count on me also...

Don Kaplan

Musician, teacher, ad agency executive, marketing consultant, author (D.S. Kaplan). Mystery series features Detective Dahlia Dizzy Gillespie introduced in The Devil's Jury and continuing in TEO: Thief Executive Office.

Arlene Kay

Arlene Kay spent twenty years as a Senior Executive with the Federal Government where she was known as a most unconventional public servant. Experience in offices around the nation allowed her to observe both human and corporate foibles and rejoice in unintentional humor. Those locations and the...

Toni L. P. Kelner

This Agatha award winner is two authors in one.

As Toni L.P. Kelner, she's the author of the eight Laura Fleming mysteries (available as ebooks and audio downloads) and the three books in the "Where are they now?" series (all available as audio downloads, and the third is available is an...

M. E. Kemp

M.E. Kemp is the author of a series of historical mysteries featuring two nosy Puritans as detectives, the series reflecting her love of American history.

Kemp was born in Oxford, MA, the town her ancestors helped settle in 1713 and where her family still resides today. With her roots...

Ann Kloman

Born in San Diego, Northern Mexico, raised on a hilltop in Seattle (Queen Anne High School) and a 1957 graduate of Mills College, Oakland, California, Ann has been writer since her early teens, when she composed under the pseudonym of "Boulevard Blair." After college, she was forcibly...

Sylvie Kurtz

Sylvie Kurtz writes adventures that explore the complexity of the human mind and the thrill of suspense. She likes dark chocolate, soft wool, and sappy movies.