I.J. Parker
1936-
 

Ingrid J. Parker was born and raised in Germany. She is a retired Associate Professor of English and Foreign Languages at a Virginia university. She is the creator of 'Sugawara Akitada', an Eleventh-century Japanese sleuth. In 2000 she won the Shamus Award for her short story Akitada’s First Case. Visit also this site.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) Rashomon Gate  2002
 2) The Hell Screen  2003
 3) The Dragon Scroll  2005
 4) Black Arrow  2006
 5) Island of Exiles  2007
 6) The Convict's Sword  2009
 7) The Masuda Affair  2010
 8) The Fires of the Gods  2011
 9) Fox Magic (e-story)  2011
10) The Water Sprite (e-story)  2011
11) The Curio Dealer's Wife (e-story)  2011
12) Akitada and the Way of Justice (short stories)  2011
13) Three Tales of Love & Murder (e-book) (short stories)  2012
14) Akitada's Holiday (e-book) (short stories)  2012
15) Confessions (e-story)  2012
16) The Kamo Horse (e-story)  2012
17) Death on an Autumn River  2013
18) The Emperor's Woman  2013
19) Death of a Doll Maker  2013
20) The Crane Pavilion  2014
21) The Old Men of Omi  2014
22) The Shrine Virgin  2015
23) The Assassin's Daughter  2015
24) The Island of the Gods  2015
25) Ikiryo: Vengeance and Justice  2017
26) The Kindness of Dragons  2018

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