Mrs. Malory and a Necessary End, October 2012
Mrs. Malory and Any Man's Death, December 2009
Mrs. Malory and A Time To Die, December 2008
Mrs. Malory And A Death In The Family, November 2006
Mrs. Malory And No Cure for Death, October 2005
Mrs. Mallory and the Silent Killer, March 2004
Mrs. Malory and Death in Practice, July 2003
Mrs. Malory and Death By Water, January 2003
Mrs. Malory and the Delay of Execution, June 2002
And the Dying is Easy, June 2001
Mrs. Malory and the Lilies That Fester, June 2001
Mrs. Malory and the Fatal Legacy, April 2000
Mrs. Malory Death Among Friends, June 1999
Mrs. Malory and the Only Good Lawyer, December 1998
Mrs. Malory: Detective in Residence, December 1998
Mrs. Malory Death of a Dean, December 1997
Mrs. Malory Wonders Why, November 1996
Mrs. Malory's Shortest Journey, June 1995
Mrs. Malory and the Festival Murder, July 1994
Mrs. Malory Investigates, July 1994
Hazel Holt has many devoted fans in the United States and Great Britain as a writer of “cosy” British mysteries; she has published nineteen Mrs. Malory novels at last count. She is also known to admirers of Barbara Pym as the friend and biographer who additionally edited Pym’s posthumous works.
Ms. Holt originated from Birmingham, England, where she attended King Edward VI High School for Girls. She studied at Newnham College, Cambridge, and went on to work at the International African Institute in London, where she became acquainted with the novelist Barbara Pym, whose biography she later wrote.
Holt wrote her first novel in her sixties and is a leading crime novelist. She is best known for her “Sheila Malory” series. Her son is the novelist Tom Holt.