SYKM


Laurie R. King
[1952-]
 
Kate Martinelli, lesbian homicide detective, and homicide detective Alonzo Hawkin, in San Francisco, California:

A Grave Talent (1993)
1995 New Blood Dagger Award
1994 Edgar Award for Best First Novel

Finalist 1994 Anthony Award for Best First Novel
Finalist 1994 Macavity Award for Best First Novel

To Play the Fool (1995)

With Child (1996)
Finalist 1997 Edgar Award for Best Mystery

Night Work (2000)

The Art of Detection1 (2006) [review]

Mary Russell, student and then wife of Sherlock Holmes:

The Beekeeper’s Apprentice (1994)
Finalist 1994 Agatha Award for Best Novel

A Monstrous Regiment of Women (1995)
1996 Nero Award

A Letter of Mary (1996)

The Moor (1998)

O Jerusalem (1999)

Justice Hall (2002)

The Game (2004)

Locked Rooms (2005)

The Art of Detection1 (2006) [review]

The Language of Bees (2009)

The God of the Hive (2010)

Pirate King2 (2011)

Garment of Shadows (2012)

Dreaming Spies (2015) [review]
2015 Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel
Finalist 2016 Lefty Award for Best Historical Mystery
Finalist 2016 Macavity Award for Best Historical Mystery

The Murder of Mary Russell (2016)
Finalist 2017 Lefty Award for Best Historical Mystery

Mary Russell’s War and Other Stories of Suspense (2016) [SS]

Harris Stuyvesant, a former investigator for the U.S. Justice department, and Bennett Grey, a recluse with heightened senses after his near death in WWI, in the 1920s:

Touchstone (2007) [review]
Finalist 2009 Bruce Alexander Award

The Bones of Paris (2013)

Non-series:

A Darker Place (1999)
APA: The Birth of a New Moon (1998)

Folly (2001)
2002 Macavity Award for Best Novel

Keeping Watch (2003)
Finalist 2004 Barry Award for Best Novel

In the Company of Sherlock Holmes: Stories Inspired by the Holmes Canon [SS] [editor with Leslie S. Klinger]
Finalist 2015 Anthony Award for Best Anthology/Collection

Echoes of Sherlock Holmes: Stories Inspired by the Holmes Canon [SS] [editor with Leslie S. Klinger]

Lockdown (due June 13, 2017)