|Subject||Stand-alone books, each featuring a different heroine, and each having a different connection to art or antiques|
Charles Mathes (born 1949) is an American author of mystery novels.
His books include:
- "Spirit of America, A State by State Celebration" 1990 (Introduction by Bob Hope)
- "Treasures of American Museums" 1991
- "The Girl With The Phony Name" 1992
- "The Girl Who Remembered Snow" 1996
- "The Girl At The End of the Line" 1999
- "The Girl in the Face of the Clock" 2001
- "In Every Moon There Is A Face" 2003 (Illustrated by Arlene Graston).
- Walcoff, Matt (August 16, 1996). "Why he does it is a mystery: Charles Mathes has had all kinds of interesting jobs, yet now works tirelessly as a mystery writer.". Cleveland Jewish News. Retrieved 2009-06-17.
- Mathes, Charles (FALL ISSUE #76 2002). "My New York" (PDF). Mystery Scene Magazine. pp. 49–50. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2009-01-05. Retrieved 2009-06-17. Check date values in:
- Mathes, Charles. "The Hammersteins of New York : 100 years of music and theater /". The New York Public Library. Retrieved 2009-06-17.
- Books by Charles Mathes (WorldCat)
- Author's website
- Author's Papers at Dept. of Special Collections, Olin Library, Washington University in St Louis, MO
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