Dubbed "the queen of crime" by the Los Angeles Times, Edna Buchanan has covered more crime than most cops. She's won a Pulitzer Prize for news reporting, a George Polk Award for lifetime achievement in journalism,
written a best-selling true crime memoir, THE CORPSE HAD A FAMILIAR FACE, and was the subject of a classic NEW YORKER profile by Calvin Trillin.
For more than two decades, she has wowed critics and fans with her sizzling thrillers. Read More »