Liza Cody 11 April 1944

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Liza Cody (born in London on 11 April 1944) is an English crime fiction writer.
She is the author of thirteen novels and many short stories. Her Anna Lee series introduced the professional female private detective to British mystery fiction. The entire Anna Lee series was adapted for television and broadcast in both the U.K. and the U.S.
Cody is also the author of the ground-breaking Bucket Nut Trilogy featuring professional wrestler Eva Wylie, as well as the stand-alone novels Rift, Gimme More, Ballad of a Dead Nobody, and Miss Terry.
Gimme More and Ballad of a Dead Nobody reflected the author’s interest and experience in the world of music and musicians. Miss Terry is a thriller dealing with issues about the children of immigrant families in modern Britain.
Cody’s novels have been widely translated.
Cody’s short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines and a lavishly praised collection of her first seventeen was published as Lucky Dip and other stories.
Awards include the John Creasey Memorial Prize and the CWA Silver Dagger in the UK as well as anAnthony Award in the U.S. and a Marlowe in Germany.[1]
She has twice been nominated for the MWA’s Edgars as well as for another Dagger.
Most of Cody’s work is set in London. Her career before she began writing was mostly in the visual arts and included a stint as a hair inserter and colouring artiste at Madame Tussaud’s Waxwork museum. Currently she lives in Bath, England.
External link’s…
author’s website (http://www.lizacody.com/)
Work’s…
The Anna Lee series
Dupe (1980)
Bad Company (1982)
Stalker (1983)
Head Case (1985)
Under Contract (1986)
Backhand (1991)
The Eva Wylie series
Bucket Nut (1992)
Monkey Wrench (1994)
Musclebound (1997)
Stand alone novels
Rift (1988)
Gimme More (2000)
Ballad of a Dead Nobody (2011)
Miss Terry (2012)
Short story collection
Lucky Dip and other stories (Crippen & Landru, 2003)
Notes…
1. ^ “The CWA Gold and Silver Dagger Awards for Fiction” (http://www.thecwa.co.uk/daggers/gold.html). Thecwa.co.uk. 6 December 2011. Retrieved 2012-01-30.
References…
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