From Rap Sheets to Mad Tweets: 16 Crime Writers to Follow on Twitter

Mystery Month 2015Some of the mystery genre’s most prolific writers just can’t stop. In addition to writing deftly plotted crime novels, these authors keep their keyboards clicking with frequent updates and shout-outs to their social media fans. Can’t wait a year to reconnect with favorite characters? Catch up with their creators on Twitter. 


@DonnaAndrews13  (Donna Andrews)

@alafairburke  (Alafair Burke)

@harlancoben  (Harlan Coben)

@JefferyDeaver  (Jeffery Deaver)patterson

@janetevanovich (Janet Evanovich)

@libbyhellman  (Libby Fischer Hellmann)

@ucrosspop25  (Craig Johnson)

@mary_russell  (Laurie R. King)

@lisalutz  (Lisa Lutz)

@McCallSmith  (Alexander McCall Smith)

@sara1982p  (Sara Paretsky)

@JP_Books  (James Patterson)

@jasonpinter  (Jason Pinter)

@Beathhigh  (Ian Rankin)

@JSpencerFleming  (Julia Spencer-Fleming)

@katemwhite  (Kate White)



About the Author:

Karen Kleckner Keefe is the director of the Hinsdale (IL) Public Library, a Booklist reviewer, and one of Library Journal's 2009 "Movers and Shakers." Follow her on Twitter at @KarenKleckner.

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  1.' C. Ortiz says:

    I would also add Christopher Ryan @chrisryanwrites. He is the author of the City Series – City of Sin, City of Woe, the forthcoming City of Pain – which crime and mystery readers will enjoy!

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