Order of Donna Andrews Books
Donna Andrews is an American author of mystery novels. She writes the Meg Langslow series as well as the Turing Hopper series. Donna has won the Agatha (multiple), Anthony, Barry, RT Reviewers’ Choice and Lefty awards (many of which for Best First Novel). Donna was born in the hometown of her most well-known amateur sleuth character (Meg Langslow), Yorktown, Virgina. Donna studied English and drama at the University of Virginia. She is a member of the Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America and Private Investigators and Security Association. She now lives in Reston, Virginia.
Donna Andrews made her debut as a published novelist in 1999 with the novel Murder with Peacocks, launching her Meg Langslow series. Below is a list of Donna Andrews’ books in order of when they were first released:
Publication Order of Meg Langslow Books
Publication Order of Turing Hopper Books
Publication Order of Anthologies
|Chesapeake Crimes II||(2005)|
|Chesapeake Crimes 3||(2008)|
|Chesapeake Crimes: They Had It Comin'||(2010)|
|Chesapeake Crimes: This Job Is Murder!||(2012)|
Notes: Chesapeake Crimes II was edited with Maria Lima. Chesapeake Crimes 3 was edited with Marcia Talley. Chesapeake Crimes: They Had It Comin‘ and Chesapeake Crimes: This Job is Murder! were edited with Barb Goffman and Marcia Talley.
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Donna Andrews Synopses: Chesapeake Crimes I is an anthology edited by Donna Andrews, including stories from 15 crime fiction authors from the Chesapeake Bay area. The anthology includes the story Wedding Knife by Elaine Viets, which won an Agatha Award and an Anthony Award. The anthology has a foreword by Laura Lippman.
Chesapeake Crimes: This Job is Murder is the newest installment in the Chesapeake Crimes anthology series, edited by Donna Andrews, Barb Goffman and Marcia Talley. The anthology includes stories by Shari Randall, C. Ellett Logan, Karen Cantwell, E.B. Davis, Jill Breslau, David Autry, Harriette Sackler, Barb Goffman, Ellen Herbert, Smita Harish Jain, Leone Ciporin, Cathy Wiley, Donna Andrews and Art Taylor. The anthology also includes a foreward by Elaine Viets.