Crime

Kimberly Whalen @thewhalenagency · 30 Oct 2018

Just a reminder TWA is open to submissions and my #MSWL includes fiction of any kind, diverse characters, strong women. Horror, crime and thrillers. Watching Haunting of Hill House and reading my submissions from #PitDark has energized me!

Leodora Darlington @Leodora_ · 16 Oct 2018

Jaw-dropping crime thrillers: gimme gimme gimme! I want twisty psych thrillers, unputdownable crime and would love a look at a conspiracy thriller if you're sitting on one.

I'm also hunting for moving, upmarket or quirky women's fiction, so if you have it I WANT! #MSWL #DVpit

Lina Langlee @LinaLanglee · 10 Oct 2018

KA Whitfield @Whit_Writes

@katenashagent @LinaLanglee #AskAgent Do you have a MSWL?

Wishlists are tricky because they are always changing BUT, I would definitely like to sign some ‘uplit’, a good crime procedural series and a bunch of YA. And I would love to see more diversity in all the aforementioned categories! #AskAgent

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 15 Sep 2018

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

Jenny Chen @jennychen_jc · 12 Sep 2018

But also, here are things I'm always looking for:
as an umbrella: the exploration of human resiliency via crime lens.
--indigenous/native protagonists #MMIW
--thriller/suspense set in a cabin in the woods
--serial killers
--creepy dolls and/or wells
#MSWL

Jennifer Udden aka gritallica @suddenlyjen · 12 Sep 2018

Also: smart thrillers, unusual crime, contempt romance in the vein of M o’keefe #mswl

Michelle Richter📚 @Michrichter1 · 12 Sep 2018

I'd love to see some suspense in my inbox. Domestic especially. Psychological. Maybe romantic, if it tilts more toward crime fic than romance. #MSWL

Chelsey Emmelhainz @CKEmmelhainz · 12 Sep 2018

Happy #MSWL day! I acquire *only* adult fiction w mystery, suspense, & crime elements, but in those categories, I'm looking for concepts featuring:
+ Domestic susp w *fresh* hook
+ Small-town mysteries w series potential
+ Dark, twisted, macabre
+ diverse voices, own voices
1/2

Natalie M. Lakosil @Natalie_Lakosil · 12 Sep 2018

HUNGRY for YA, MG & adult nonfiction. #mswl pop culture, feminist issues, true crime, pop science, parenting, business from a WOMAN'S POV, relationship/dating, things no one talks about but we SHOULD, fresh & unique & a little weird & dark (DARK TOURIST, LORE, My Favorite Murder)

Carlisle Webber @carliebeth · 12 Sep 2018

I'm a true crime junkie and love crime stories with lots of twists and turns. #MSWL

Weronika Janczuk @WeronikaJanczuk · 12 Sep 2018

Updated #MSWL on m'blog (bit.ly/2p3a5iO), but eager for a few things (beyond anything delightful):

*YA: literary sci-fi; anything science fantasy-esque
*thriller/crime: female-driven literary; intellectual puzzles/characters
*characters w/ intellectual, emotional gifts

Annie Bomke @ABLiterary · 12 Sep 2018

I'd love to get more narrative nonfiction with a strong platform. Maybe something pop science-y, psychology-y, true crime, flashy history, memoir. #MSWL

Michelle Richter📚 @Michrichter1 · 12 Sep 2018

I would love to see more crime fiction from writers of color and LGBT writers in the world and in my inbox. If the main characters are also POC/LGBT, even better. #MSWL

Claire Harris @claire_m_harris · 12 Sep 2018

Would love to see some true crime, especially with a personal angle. Some of my favorites:
- I'LL BE GONE IN THE DARK (McNamara)
- IN COLD BLOOD (Capote)
- WHO KILLED THESE GIRLS? (Lowry) #MSWL

Weronika Janczuk @WeronikaJanczuk · 10 Sep 2018

So v. happy to be back agenting! Check out my query guidelines and interests here: lightningbugspub.wordpress.com. Looking for terrific fiction across multiple genres, and solid non-fiction. #MSWL