Walter Mosley

Walter Mosley is the author of more than 34 critically acclaimed books, including the major bestselling mystery series featuring Easy Rawlins.

His work has been translated into 21 languages and includes literary fiction, science fiction, political monographs and a young-adult novel.

His short fiction has been widely published, and his nonfiction has appeared in The New York Times Magazine and The Nation, among other publications.

He is the winner of numerous awards, including an O. Henry Award, a Grammy and PEN America’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

He lives in New York City.

Walter Mosley’s website

Bibliography:

Leonid McGill Mysteries

“Known to Evil” (2010)

“The Long Fall” (2009)

The Easy Rawlins Mysteries

“Blonde Faith” (2007)

“Cinnamon Kiss” (2005)

“Little Scarlet” (2004)

“Six Easy Pieces” (2003)

“Bad Boy Brawly Brown” (2002)

“Gone Fishin'” (1997)

“A Little Yellow Dog” (1996)

“Black Betty” (1994)

“White Butterfly” (1992)

“A Red Death” (1991)

“Devil in a Blue Dress” (1990)

Fearless Jones Mysteries

“Fear of the Dark” (2006)

“Fear Itself” (2003)

“Fearless Jones” (2001)

Other Fiction

“The Tempest Tales” (2008)

“The Right Mistake” (2008)

“Diablerie” (2007)

“Killing Johnny Fry” (2006)

“Fortunate Son” (2006)

“The Wave” (2005)

“47” (2005)

“The Man in My Basement” (2004)

“Futureland” (2001)

“Walkin’ the Dog” (1999)

“Blue Light” (1998)

“Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned” (1997)

“RL’s Dream” (1995)

Nonfiction

“This Year You Write Your Novel” (2007)

“Life Out of Context” (2006)

“What Next: A Memoir Toward World Peace” (2003

“Workin’ on the Chain Gang” (2000)

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