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Louisiana in Mystery, Detective and Law-Related Fiction:

A Bibliography of Detective, Mystery and Law-Related Fiction and Non-Fiction (Includes Romantic Suspense Fiction and Children and Young Adult Titles)

Last updated 09/23/03


TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

NOVELS

ANONYMOUS WORKS, SHORT STORIES, AND COLLECTIONS

WEBSITES

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INTRODUCTION


If you're looking for some reading set in Louisiana, try out works by these mystery writers who give their work a little extra spice by setting them in places as different as New Orleans and New Roads. Most are available in paperback at local and national bookstores or at local libraries.

NOVELS

WEBSITES

G. J. Demko's Landscapes of Crime: Florida and Louisiana Mysteries

Malcolm Shuman's Official Website

BIBLIOGRAPHY

For more about crime fiction try Hardboiled theory, part I and the Mysterious  Home Page: General Guides. For information specially about  Southern detective fiction see Stephen Soitos, The Blues Detective (1996) or J. K. Van Dover et al., Isn't Justice Always Unfair? (1997).

 

 

   

Thanks to the following persons who contributed suggestions for this bibliography: Jan Bradley, Richard Bleiler, Jennifer Cargill, Judith Caruthers; some annotations provided by Adrianna Hovenden. Please send other suggestions to Christine Corcos, Louisiana State University Law Center.


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