Bill Pronzini (born April 13, 1943) is an American writer of detective fiction. He is also an active anthologist, having compiled more than 100 collections, most of which focus on mystery, western, and science fiction short stories.
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... Pronzini has received a large number of awards and award nominations for achievement in the Mystery genre ... Pronzini then won the inaugural Shamus Award for "Best Private Eye Novel" in 1982 for his novel Hoodwink ... The next year, 1984, Pronzini won his first award for a short-story, winning the "Best Private Eye Short Story" Shamus Award for "Cat's Paw" and Bones was nominated for the "Best Private Eye Novel ...
... The Arbor House Treasury of Mystery and Suspense, edited by Bill Pronzini, Barry N ... Mystery Magazine 1983 reprinted in 101 Mystery Stories, edited by Bill Pronzini and Martin H ... The End of the Earth", Detective Duos, edited by Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini (Oxford University Press, 1997) "Where The Boys Are", Mary Higgins Clark Mystery Magazine, September 1998 "Too Mean to Die", Blue ...
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