Order of Ellen Hart Books
Ellen Hart is an American author of mystery novels. She writes the Jane Lawless and Sophie Greenway series. Ellen has won the Lambda Literary Award for Best Lesbian Mystery (5x), the Minnesota Book Award for Best Popular Fiction (3x), the Golden Crown Literary Award in several categories (3x), a recipient of the Alice B. Medal, and was made an official GLBT Literary Saint at the Saints & Sinners Literary Festival in New Orleans in 2005. In 2010, Ellen received the GCLS Trailblazer Award for lifetime achievement in the field of lesbian literature. Ellen lives in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area with her partner of over 35 years.
Ellen Hart made her debut as a published author in 1989 with the novel Hallowed Murder. Below is a list of Ellen Hart’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Jane Lawless Books
Publication Order of Sophie Greenway Books
|This Little Piggy Went to Murder||(1994)|
|For Every Evil||(1995)|
|The Oldest Sin||(1995)|
|Murder in the Air||(1997)|
|Slice and Dice||(2000)|
|Dial M For Meat Loaf||(2001)|
|Death on a Silver Platter||(2003)|
|No Reservations Required||(2005)|
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
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Ellen Hart Synopses: This Little Piggy Went to Murder by Ellen Hart is the first Sophie Greenway novel. It’s election year in Minnesota, and Jack Grendel is campaigning hard for the U.S. Senate. But a pair of grotesque murders threatens to derail his campaign. One is the bizarre hanging of a consultant for Grendel Shipping. The other is the shooting of Jack’s own father soon after he withdraws financial support from his son’s campaign. When food critic Sophie Greenway, a family friend, starts investigating, it begins to look like one of her oldest friends is a killer. But will she discover which one before it’s her turn to die?
For Every Evil by Ellen Hart is the second novel in the Sophie Greenway mystery series. When powerful Minneapolis art critic Hale Micklenberg is murdered, there aren’t too many mourners. A master of the bad review, Micklenberg was bad news for a lot of people. Food critic Sophie Greenway is nonetheless troubled to learn that her college-student son could be involved in the murder. But so could a host of others — including Hale Micklenberg’s artworld colleagues, various so-called friends, and the not-so-bereaved widow.