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Author Deborah CrombieDeborah Crombie was born in Dallas and grew up in Richardson, Texas. A rather solitary childhood (brother Steve is ten years older) was blessed by her maternal grandmother, Lillian Dozier, a retired teacher who taught her to read very early. After a rather checkered educational career, which included dropping out of high school at sixteen, she graduated from Austin College in Sherman, Texas, with a degree in biology.

She then worked in advertising and newspapers, and attended the Rice University Publishing Program. A post-university trip to England, however, cemented a life-long passion for Britain, and she later immigrated to the UK with her first husband, Peter Crombie, a Scot, living first in Edinburgh, Scotland, and then in Chester, England.

After returning to Dallas and working for several years in her family business while raising her daughter Kayti, she wrote her first Detective Superintendent Duncan Kincaid/Sergeant Gemma James novel. A Share in Death was subsequently given Agatha and Macavity nominations for Best First Novel of 1993. The fifth novel, Dreaming of the Bones, a New York Times Notable Book for 1997, was short-listed by Mystery Writers of America for the 1997 Edgar Award for Best Novel, won the Macavity award for Best Novel, and was voted by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association as one of the hundred best mysteries of the century. Her subsequent novels have been received with critical acclaim and are widely read internationally, particularly in Germany. In 2009, Where Memories Lie won the Macacity Award for Best Novel. In 2010, Necessary as Blood received a Macavity nomination for Best Novel.

Crombie now lives in McKinney, Texas, sharing a 1905 house with her husband, Rick Wilson.

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Her website: www.deborahcrombie.com
Similar authors: Kate Atkinson, Stephen Booth, Elizabeth George, P.D. James
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To Dwell in Darkness

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To Dwell in Darkness by Deborah Crombie

Sound of Broken Glass
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Sound of Broken Glass by Deborah Crombie

No Mark Upon Her

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No Mark Upon Her by Deborah Crombie

Where Memories Lie

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Where Memories Lie by Deborah Crombie

Water Like a Stone

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Water Like a Stone by Deborah Crombie
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Water Like a Stone | Crombie, Deborah | Signed First Edition Book Crombie, Deborah | Water Like a Stone | Signed First Edition Copy

Author Signed Hardcover Book.  2007 NY: HarperCollins Publishers.  First edition, first printing, fine in a fine dust jacket, signed by the author.  This is a collectible book free from material defects.  Jacket covering services are available for a small fee..

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Garden of Lamentations | Crombie, Deborah | Signed First Edition Book Crombie, Deborah | Garden of Lamentations | Signed First Edition Copy

Author Signed Hardcover Book  February 2017 NY: HarperCollins   First edition, later printing, fine in a fine dust jacket, signed by the author.  This is a collectible book free from material defects.  Jacket covering services are available for a small fee.

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Deborah Crombie Bibliography


Duncan Kincaid Series

  1. A Share in Death - 1994
  2. All Shall Be Well - 1994
  3. Leave the Grave Green - 1995
  4. Mourn Not Your Dead - 1996
  5. Dreaming of the Bones - 1997
  6. Kissed a Sad Goodbye - 1999
  7. A Finer End - 2001
  8. And Justice There is None - 2002
  9. Now May You Weep - 2003
  10. In a Dark House - 2004
  11. Water Like a Stone - 2007
  12. Where Memories Lie - 2008
  13. Necessary as Blood - 2009
  14. No Mark Upon Her - 2012
  15. Sound of Broken Glass - 2014
  16. To Dwell in Darkness - 2014
  17. Garden of Lamentations - February 2017

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