Jane Langton
1922-
 

Jane Gillson Langton was born in Boston, Massachusetts. She studied astronomy at Wellesley College and the University of Michigan receiving a B.A. in 1944. She also studied art history at the University of Michigan and at Radcliffe College obtaining an M.A. from both. She is the creator of 'Homer Kelly', a professor and amateur sleuth in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) The Transcendental Murder (Also published as: The Minuteman Murder)  1964
 2) Dark Nantucket Moon  1975
 3) The Memorial Hall Murder  1978
 4) Natural Enemy  1982
 5) Emily Dickinson is Dead (Nero Wolfe Award)  1984
 6) Good and Dead  1986
 7) Murder at the Gardner  1988
 8) The Dante Game  1991
 9) God in Concord  1992
10) Devine Inspiration  1993
11) Murder at the Revels  1995
12) Dead As a Dodo  1996
13) The Face on the Wall  1998
14) The Thief of Venice  1999
15) Murder at Monicello  2001
16) The Escher Twist  2002
17) The Deserter  2003
18) Steeplechase  2005

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