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David Handler

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David Handler | Theraputic Murder, Bodies, and Inspiration for THE SNOW WHITE CHRISTMAS COOKIE
November 4, 2012
Killing people on paper is terrific therapy.  We mystery writers are very, very lucky that way.  If anyone dumps us, hoses us, lies to us  Read More...

David Handler, who began his career in New York as a journalist, was born and raised in Los Angeles and published two highly acclaimed novels about growing up there, Kiddo and Boss, before resorting to a life of crime fiction.

He has written nine novels about the witty and dapper celebrity ghostwriter Stewart Hoag and his faithful, neurotic basset hound, Lulu, including the Edgar and American Mystery Award-winning The Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald and the newest entry The Girl with Kaleidoscope Eyes.

He has also written eleven novels featuring the mismatched crime-fighting duo of New York film critic Mitch Berger and Connecticut State trooper Desiree Mitry. His first Berger-Mitry novel, The Cold Blue Blood, was a Dilys Award finalist and Book Sense Top Ten pick. David launched a new series featuring teen runaway tracker, Benji Golden, with the publication of Runaway Man in August 2013, and the newest Berger-Mitry, The Lavender Lane Lothario, is now available.

David's short stories have earned him a Derringer Award nomination and other honors. He was a member of the original writing staff that created the Emmy Award-winning sitcom Kate and Allie and has continued to write extensively for television and films on both coasts. He also co-authored the international bestselling thriller Gideon under the pseudonym Russell Andrews. He lives in a 200-year-old carriage house in Old Lyme, Connecticut.



Berger And Mitry | Stewart Hoag


The Girl with Kaleidoscope Eyes, August 2017
Stewart Hoag Mystery
Phantom Angel, February 2015
Who Could That Be At This Hour?, November 2012
The Snow White Christmas Cookie, October 2012
Berger and Mitry Mysteries #9
The Blood Red Indian Summer, October 2011
A Berger and Mitry Mystery #8
The Shimmering Blond Sister, October 2010
Berger and Mitry #7
The Sour Cherry Surprise, July 2008
Berger And Mitry 6
The Sweet Golden Parachute, April 2006
Berger And Mitry #5
The Burnt Orange Sunrise, October 2004
Berger And Mitry #4
The Bright Silver Star, November 2003
Berger And Mitry #3
The Hot Pink Farmhouse, November 2002
Berger & Mitry #2
The Cold Blue Blood, October 2001
Berger & Mitry #1
The Man Who Cancelled Himself, January 1995

Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald, February 1993
Stewart Hoag Mystery #3




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