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Leslie A. Piggott

Author and Illustrator

Click on the author’s name to reach their website or Amazon author page. Some of these names might be more recognizable than others, but I have enjoyed books by each of them.

Lisa Towles – Crime Novelist, stand alone books, fast-paced and well-developed characters

Benjamin Bradley – Crime Novelist, series: Shepard and Kelly Mystery Series, fun characters and creative plot lines

Myra McIlvain – Texas historical fiction from the mid to late 1800s

Dan Padavona – Crime Novelist, series: multiple series; one series centers on an autistic sheriff 

Blake Pierce – Crime Novelist, series: multiple series, FBI thrillers (lots of books to choose from), female author

L.T. Vargus – Crime Novelist, series: multiple series, FBI thrillers, female author

Geraldine Weems – Historical Fiction and Romance, series: Skyview Happenings, set around WWI in rural Montana

Jo Spain – Crime Novelist, series: Tom Reynolds series, set in Ireleand

Orest Stelmach – International Suspense, series: Nadia Tesla series, intense plots

Aaron S. Gallagher – Crime Novelist, series: Bennett & DeMarko, series follows a retired police officer-turned-PI

Christopher Stanfield – Supernatural Thriller, series: A Season of Angels, main character is a teenage girl who works with angels to rid the world of evil

Gosia Nealon – Historical Fiction, stand alone novel plus short stories, set in Poland during WWII

David Baldacci – Suspense/Thrillers, multiple series

C.J. Box – Suspense, multiple series: Joe Pickett and Cody Hoyt; set in Wyoming, North Dakota, and Montana

Michael Connelly – Suspense, multiple series

Catherine Coulter – Suspense, multiple series: FBI thriller and a Brit in the FBI, books have a hint of the supernatural

Robert Crais – Suspense, series: Elvis Cole and Joe Pike

Clive Cussler – Suspense, series: Isaac Bell, Oregon Files, Sam & Remi Fargo are my favorites

John Grisham – Suspense, stand alone novels

Sara Paretsky – Suspense, series: V.I. Warshawski, PI in Chicago with Italian heritage, 21 books and counting