SYKM


Mysteries Set in Oxfordshire
Vivien Armstrong
  • Roger Hayes: detective chief inspector and former classical pianist, in the village of Newton Greys, Oxfordshire, England

Nicholas Blake
  • Nigel Strangeways: Oxford graduate in England

Victoria Blake
  • Samantha (Sam) Falconer: world judo champion turned private investigator at the Gentle Way investigation agency in London, working in Oxford, England

Sarah Caudwell
  • Hilary Tamar: medieval law professor in Oxford, England

Edmonds Crispin
  • Gervase Fen: professor of English in Oxford, England
Colin Dexter
  • Chief Inspector Morse: inspector in Oxford, England

Margaret Frazer (Monica Ferris and Gail Frazer)
  • Sister Frevisse: nun in the 1400s in Oxfordshire, England

Jane R. Goodall
  • Briony Williams: rookie police officer, later a detective, in London, later Oxford, England

Christine Green
  • Thomas Rydell: Village Chief Inspector, and Sergeant Denise “Denni” Caldecote, in Marston, England

Patricia Harwin
  • Catherine Penny: 60-something divorced librarian, who leaves New York City to join her daughter in Far Wychwood, England

Mick Herron
  • Zoë Boehm: 40-something private investigator in Oxford, England
Faith Martin
  • Hillary Greene: detective inspector with the Thames Valley Police, in Oxfordshire, England

Ian Morson
  • William Falconer: 13th century university regent master in Oxford, England
John Penn (Palma Harcourt & Jack H. Trotman)
  • Dick Tansey: Chief Inspector in the Thames Valley police, in England
  • George Thorne: Detective Superintendent in the Thames Valley police, in England

Veronica Stallwood
  • Kate Ivory: novelist turned amateur detective in Oxford, England

Mel Starr
  • Hugh de Singleton: surgeon in Bampton, near Oxford, during the reign of Edward III, in 14th century England

Peter Tickler
  • Susan Holden: detective inspector in Oxford, England, in the Blood in Oxford mysteries

Simon Tolkien
  • William Trave: detective inspector, and Adam Clayton, a detective constable, in late 1950s-1960s Oxford, England

Margaret Yorke
  • Patrick Grant: professor at Oxford, England