Order of Hy Conrad Books
Hy Conrad is an author of mystery novels and non-fiction books. He was a writer on the TV series Monk for all eight seasons, getting co-executive producer credit for the final two and three Edgar nominations for Best TV Series. Conrad would later take over the Monk book series in 2013. In addition to his Monk-related work, he has also written hundreds of short stories, as well as a play titled Home Exchanged that premiered in Key West in 2012. Hy divides his time between Key West, Vermont and New York City.
Hy Conrad made his debut as a published author in 1995 with the puzzle book Almost Perfect Crimes. His first novel was Rally ‘Round the Corpse, published in 2012. Below is a list of Hy Conrad’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Abel Adventures Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Monk Books
|Mr. Monk Helps Himself||(2013)|
|Mr. Monk Gets on Board||(2014)|
|Mr. Monk Is Open For Business||(2014)|
|Mr. Monk and the New Lieutenant||(2015)|
Publication Order of Amy’s Travel Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Note: Things Your Dog Doesn’t Want You to Know was co-authored by Jeff Johnson.
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Hy Conrad Synopsis: In Rally ‘Round the Corpse by Hy Conrad, widow Amy Abel needs a fresh start. What better way for a shy, no-risk woman to start than to invest her entire savings into a travel agency specializing in adventure? Her first project is a mystery road rally through the European countryside. At the starting line in Monte Carlo, Amy finds herself attracted to Marcus Alvarez, the most mysterious of her two dozen game-loving clients. But the rally gets off to a rocky start when an eccentric writer, the only person who knows the game’s solution, is himself murdered back in New York. Who would kill a harmless mystery geek, and why are weird accidents beginning to happen along the way? To her horror, Amy discovers that this fictional mystery was based on a real, unsolved case, one that Marcus knows all too well. Now she has no choice but to join forces with Fanny, her controlling mother, and solve this on her own, before the killer strikes once more.