Friday, February 15, 2013

Tucson crime fiction?

I'm travelling to LA and Tucson in April.  I have a small pile of books on the to-be-read pile set in LA, however, I'm looking for recommendations for crime fiction set in Tucson.  Any suggestions?

4 comments:

Rob Kitchin said...

I got a recommendation via email: novels by Richard Parrish that are set in Tucson in the 1940's and 1950's. Also a very helpful suggestion re. the Stop, Your Killing Me website (http://www.stopyourekillingme.com/) who maintain a list of mysteries by geographical location (use the the Location Index on the left side of their page).

Kathy D. said...

Also, suggest you go to Kittling Books website and post a question to its very amiable and well-read blogger, Cathy Cole.

She lives and reads in Arizona and is a wealth of information on crime fiction.

Travis McGee said...

Rob, The Big Maria is set in the general area and is a very funny read and well-written. Shades of Carl Hiassen but more grounded. Its received a lot of great reviews.

Rob Kitchin said...

Travis, thanks. I'll give Big Maria a go. Sounds like my kind of thing.

Kathy, many thanks for the suggestion. Between LA and Tucson I now have a mound of books for this trip.