- Mary Willis Walker
Mary Willis Walker (born May 24, 1942) is an American crime fiction author.
Walker began writing in her mid-forties, which she characterized as " 'pretty late to start' ". She spent two years writing her first published thriller, Zero at the Bone, which was published in 1991. Her second Texas-based mystery, Red Scream, was Walker's first to feature sleuth Molly Cates. Red Scream won the Best Mystery Edgar Award in 1993. Under the Beetle's Cellar, published in 1995, was Walker's third mystery.
- 1991: Agatha Award for best first novel for Zero at the Bone
- 1995: Edgar Award for Best Novel for The Red Scream
- 1996: Macavity Awards for Under the Beetle's Cellar
- 1996: Anthony Award for Under the Beetle's Cellar
- 1998: Martin Beck Award for Under the Beetle's Cellar
- Marilyn Stasio (1995–10–1). "Crime". New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/1995/10/01/books/crime-027170.html?pagewanted=all. Retrieved 2009–12–19.
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