Crime

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 17 Aug 2016

"Crime fiction like Ian Rankin, Chevy Stevens, Patricia Cornwell, & Lee Child." @curtisPSLA #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Emily S. Keyes 🧜🏼‍♀️ @esc_key · 9 Aug 2016

Now I want a book about a badass squad of gymnasts that also save the world or solve crime or something. #mswl

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 28 Jul 2016

"Crime fiction like Laura Lippman, Patricia Cornwell, Lee Child, Ian Rankin & Lorna Barrett." @curtisPSLA #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 19 Jul 2016

"Female criminal masterminds, the full spectrum from evil kingpins to lovable thieves." @kurestinarmada #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Abby Saul @BookySaul · 2 Jul 2016

Time-traveling crime / procedural (ala BBC's Life on Mars, a fave of mine) #MSWL

Yali Books @YaliBooks · 30 Jun 2016

Last one for the day - Crime, #desi style. Detectives who drink masala chai and smoke beedis. #MSWL

Victoria Cappello @VLCappello · 30 Jun 2016

#MSWL I'm really looking to get in the narrative non-fict game. I'd love a well-researched true crime book that read like a suspense novel

Victoria Cappello @VLCappello · 30 Jun 2016

Also love love love atmospheric crime fiction like Tana French's Dublin Murder Squad series #MSWL

Deborah Nemeth @DebNemeth · 30 Jun 2016

#Mystery with clever crime-fighting duos in compelling, dynamic relationships who solve brain-teasing whodunits. #MSWL

Carlisle Spiderwebber 🕸 @carliebeth · 30 Jun 2016

#MSWL domestic thrillers. Crime and mayhem in suburbia. Or something like WEEDS before Season 4.

Michelle Richter📚 @Michrichter1 · 30 Jun 2016

Twisty crime fic always welcome in my inbox. Like Ruth Ware, LIsa Lutz's The Passenger, Gillian Flynn, Paula Hawkins #MSWL

Alex Slater @abuckslater · 30 Jun 2016

I love #MSWL! I always tweet when ideas strike. My evergreen #MSWL? Weird, woke, YA literary crime, Coen Bros-esque, stories from new voices

Jen Marshall @jenmarshall3 · 30 Jun 2016

In a crime novel, if a young pretty girl/woman is the victim there better be a damn good reason for that. Weary of victim = girl. #mswl

Jen Marshall @jenmarshall3 · 30 Jun 2016

Crime / literary thriller with gorgeously written female leads + killer plot. #mswl