Granger, (Patricia) Ann
GRANGER, (Patricia) Ann
GRANGER, (Patricia) Ann. Also writes as Ann Hulme. British, b. 1939. Genres: Mystery/Crime/Suspense. Career: Worked as English teacher in France, 1960-61; worked in visa section of British embassies in Europe, including Zagreb, Belgrade, Prague, and Vienna, 1962-66; writer. Publications: A Poor Relation, 1979; Interlaken Intrigue, 1986; The Garden of the Azure Dragon, 1986; No Place for a Lady, 1988. MITCHELL AND MARKBY SERIES, MYSTERY NOVELS: Say It with Poison, 1991; A Season for Murder, 1991; Cold in the Earth, 1992, Murder among Us, 1992; Where Old Bones Lie, 1993; A Fine Place for Death, 1994; Flowers for His Funeral, 1994; Candle for a Corpse, 1995; A Touch of Mortality, 1996; A Word after Dying, 1996; Call the Dead Again, 1998; Beneath These Stones, 1999; Shades of Murder, 2000; A Restless Evil, 2002. HISTORICAL ROMANCE NOVELS AS ANN HULME: Summer Heiress, 1981; The Gamester, 1982; The Emperor's Dragoon, 1983; Daughter of Spain, 1984; A Woman of the Regiment, 1985; The Hungarian Adventures, 1985; The Unexpected American, 1988; The Flying Man, 1988; A Scandalous Bargain, 1988; Captain Harland's Marriage, 1989; False Fortune, 1989; Whisper in the Wind, 1989. FRAN VARADY SERIES: Asking for Trouble, 1997; Keeping Bad Company, 1997; Running Scared, 1998; Risking It All, 2001. Contributor of serials to magazines.