Susan Rogers Cooper

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Susan Rogers Cooper (born 1947) is an American mystery novelist from Austin, Texas.[1] Her works place her in the mystery cosy category.

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The Milt Kovak Mysteries:

  • The Man In The Green Chevy (1988 St. Martins Press HC; 1991 Worldwide PB)
  • Houston In The Rearview Mirror (1990 St. Martins Press HC; 1992 Worldwide PB)
  • Other People's Houses (1990 St. Martins Press HC; 1993 Worldwide PB)
  • Chasing Away The Devil (1991 St. Martins Press HC; 1993 Worldwide PB)
  • Dead Moon On The Rise (1994 St. Martins Press HC)
  • Doctors and Lawyers and Such (1995 St. Martins Press HC)
  • Lying Wonders (2003 St. Martins Press HC; 2004 Worldwide PB)
  • Vegas Nerve (2007 St. Martins Press HC)
  • Shotgun Wedding (2008 Severn House HC; TPB)
  • Rude Awakening (2009 Severn House HC; TPB)
  • Husbands & Wives (2011 Severn House HC)

The E.J. Pugh Mysteries:

  • One, Two, What Did Daddy Do? (1992 St. Martins Press HC; 1996 Avon PB)
  • Hickory Dickory Stalk (1996 Avon PB)
  • Home Again, Home Again (1997 Avon PB)
  • There Was A Little Girl (1998 Avon PB)
  • A Crooked Little House (1999 Avon PB; 1999 Book Of The Month Club HC)
  • Not In My Backyard (1999 Avon PB)
  • Don't Drink The Water (2000 Avon PB)
  • Romanced To Death (2008 Severn House HC; TPB)
  • Full Circle (2010 Severn House HC; TPB)
  • Dead Weight (2012 Severn House HC)

The Kimmey Kruse Mysteries:

  • Funny As A Dead Comic (1993 St. Martins Press HC)
  • Funny As A Dead relative (1994 St. Martins Press HC)

Kimmey also appears in two short stories:

  • "Barbecued Bimbo" from Malice Domestic 5 (1996 Pocket Books PB)
  • "Ghost Busted" from Murder They Wrote II (1998 Berkeley PB)

A stand-alone short story titled "Family Tradition" appears in Vengeance is Hers (1997 Signet PB)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Trimble, Laurie (May 15, 1990). "Detective V.I. Warshawski would be a mystery to Miss Marple". Dallas Morning News. Retrieved 9 April 2011. Houston in the Rearview Mirror By Susan Rogers Cooper (St. Martin's Press, $14.95) Chief Deputy Sheriff Milton Kovac is a reasonably happy man. … 

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