Armstrong Frankie Mac Farlane: geologist based in Tucson, Arizona, by Susan Cummins Miller Fiona Mac Gillivray: owner of the Savoy dance hall, her 12-year old son Angus, and constable Richard Sterling, in the gold rush of 1898, in Dawson, Yukon Territory, Canada, by Vicki Delany Maggie Mac Gowen: documentary filmmaker in Los Angeles, California, by Wendy Hornsby Will Mac Gowen, whose heroin addiction cost him his job as narcotics detective with the LAPD, now police chief in the fictional rural town of Haydenville, California, by Ken Mercer Kevin Mac Innes: the “Lie King”, a free-lance lie detector and private investigator, in Ohio and elsewhere, by Franklin Bandy Ellie Mac Intosh: homicide detective in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, by Kate Watterson Isabel Macintosh: faculty dean, and Giles Sullivan, a retired attorney, in Vermont, in the Crossword Puzzle mysteries by Herbert Resnicow Kathryn Mackay: prosecuting attorney in northern California, by Christine Mc Guire Scotia Mac Kinnon: former police officer turned private eye in Friday Harbor, San Juan Island, Washington, by Sharon Duncan Brett Macklin: aka Mr. Mac Donell: veterinarian in Houston, Texas, by Robert E.It was positively the final performance of Duncan Livingstone.And the bagpipe man had never had such a large or receptive audience. And the occasion had a civic seal with the presence of the mayor and the town clerk. The scene was the cattle market on Rochester Common, where housewives now jostle around stalls looking for bargains every Friday.He was usually accompanied by a little boy who collected money for him in a tin mug.When the boy was found brutally murdered there was one obvious suspect.The crowds came in their hundreds to Rochester on the crisp winter’s morning. And the stage was a wooden platform overshadowed by a gallows. The star of the grisly show was a familiar Medway Town’s character.
Harris) Molly Malone: a senator’s daughter and the widow of a congressman, working as a consultant for a senator in Washington, DC, by Maggie Sefton Ryder Malone: private investigator in Jersey City, New Jersey, by J. Rider (Shane Stevens) Scobie Malone: family-man and a police inspector, in Sydney, Australia, by Jon Cleary Sheila Malory: writer of literary criticism in Taviscombe, England, by Hazel Holt Augustus Maltravers: journalist turned playwright and novelist, in fictional Vercaster, England by Robert Richardson George Man: 18th-century parish watchman in London, England, by Keith Heller Bolivar Manchenil: police captain, and grandson of a freed slave, on an unnamed island in the Caribbean, by Donald Mc Nutt Douglass Fu Manchu: pursuer of world dominance, by Sax Rohmer Munch Mancini: ex-druggie and jailbird in 1970s Los Angeles, California, by Barbara Seranella Dante Mancuso: private investigator, AKA the Pelican, in the North Beach area of San Francisco, California, by Domenic Stansberry Augustus Mandrell: of the one-man professional killer firm Mandrell, Ltd., during and after WWII, by Frank Mc Auliffe Cuddy Mangum and Justin Savile, police detectives in a small town in North Carolina, by Michael Malone Terry Manion: private investigator in New Orleans, Louisiana, by Dick Lochte Johnny Mann: half-Chinese, half-English police detective, in Hong Kong, by Lee Weeks Tiger Mann: spy in New York City, by Mickey Spillane Mark Manning: gay journalist in Chicago, Illinois, by Michael Craft Joe Mannix: private investigator in Los Angeles, California, in “Mannix” TV series novelizations, by J. Mac Cargo (Peter Rabe) Patrick Mansfield: detective sergeant, and James Roland, a detective inspector, in Suffolk, England, by Ann Quinton Dr.Rhona Mac Leod: forensic scientist in Glasgow, Scotland, by Lin Anderson Declan (Mac) Mac Manus: struggling 30-something part-time private investigator living above a bar, in Southampton, New York, by Daniel Judson Dusky Mac Morgan: ex-Navy SEAL, in Florida, by Randy Striker (Randy Wayne White) Mac Neice: homicide detective superintendant, who likes jazz and classical music, in fictional Dundurn (Hamilton), Ontario, Canada, by Scott Thornley Harry Mac Neil: ex-cop private investigator who wants to be a jazz clarinetist, in 1930s New York City, by H.Paul Jeffers Elisha Macomber: 70-something Chairman of the Board of Selectmen of Penberthy Township, and proprietor of a fish market, in fictional Penberthy Island, Massachusetts, by Kathleen Moore Knight Camilla Mac Phee: who runs an advocacy agency for victims of violent crime, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, by Mary Jane Maffini Annie Mac Pherson: attorney in Seattle, Washington, by Janet Smith Elizabeth Mac Pherson: forensic anthropologist in southern USA, by Sharyn Mc Crumb Jack Mac Taggart: lawyer with Henley & Hargrove, the oldest and snobbiest law firm in Pasadena, California, by Chuck Greaves Alonzo Mac Tavish: debonair rogue in England, by Peter Cheyney David Madden: postal inspector, by Doris Miles Disney Inspector John Madden: of Scotland Yard, a shell-shocked veteran of World War I, by Rennie Airth Charles Maddox: former Metropolitan police officer now working privately as a thief taker (detective) in 1850s London, England, by Lynn Shepherd Ivor Maddox: sergeant at the Wilcox Avenue Station in Hollywood, California, by Elizabeth Linington Madigan: police lieutenant in New York City, by Edwin Lanham Paul Madriani: defense attorney in California, by Steve Martini Nick Madrid: freelance journalist, by Peter Guttridge Nick Magaracz: private eye in Trenton, New Jersey, by Kate Gallison Philip Magellan: the Marksman, dedicated to wiping out the Mafia, by Peter Mc Curtin Gianna Maglione: lesbian police lieutenant, and Mimi Patterson, a reporter, in Washington, DC, by Penny Mickelbury Blue Maguire and Spaceman Kowalski, Vietnam vets and cops, in Los Angeles, California, by Teri White Cormac Maguire: Irish archaeologist, and Nora Gavin, an American pathologist, in Ireland, by Erin Hart Maggie Maguire: ex-Pinkerton agent in 1870s San Francisco, California, by Kate Bryan Ambrose Mahon: police inspector, later superintendent, in Australia, by S. Courtier Sandra Mahoney: government clerk, later a computer security consultant, in Canberra, Australia, by Dorothy Johnston Inspector Maigret: police inspector in Paris, France, and Madame Maigret, his wife, by Georges Simenon Anthony Maitland: barrister in England, by Sara Woods Evan Maitland: former police detective, now running an antique business and moonlighting as a bounty hunter, based in Chicago, Illinois, by James Patrick Hunt Daisy Gumm Majesty: medium to the rich and famous in 1920s Pasadena, California, by Alice Duncan Makana: political refugee and former Sudanese police inspector, now a low-rent private investigator, in Cairo, Egypt, by Parker Bilal Kyle Malachi: who publishes mystery book reviews under the pseudonym Stokes Moran, by Neil Mc Gaughey Richard Malcolm: CIA analyst and grad student, in Washington, DC, by James Grady Casey Maldonado: trying to come to terms with loss, and her companion Death, the Grim Reaper, by Judy Clemens Steve “Snap” Malek: police reporter for the Tribune, in 1930s–1940s Chicago, Illinois, by Robert Goldsborough Lord Ambrose Malfine: English aristocrat back from fighting the Greek War of Independence, by Jane Jakeman Don Mallett: thief and poacher, in Medwell Fratorum, England, by Frank Parish (Roger Erskine Longrigg) Inspector Mallett: in England, by Cyril Hare William Mallett: British secret service agent, by Douglas Orgill David Mallin and sometimes George Coe, private detectives in England, by Roger Omerod Mitch Malone: crime beat reporter in fictional Grand River, in western Michigan, by W. Gager Mallory: small-town student mystery writer in Iowa, by Max Allan Collins Blair Mallory: health club owner in North Carolina, by Linda Howard Dev Mallory: Secret Service Agent in the post-Civil War US, by Ed Gorman Jon Mallory, an investigative reporter, and his brother Charles, a private intelligence contractor and former CIA operative, based in Washington, DC, by James Lilliefors Kathleen Mallory: police detective in New York City, by Carol O’Connell Stuart Mallory: private investigator in Lansing, Michigan, by Ronald Clair Roat Wanda Mallory: owner of the Do It Right Detective Agency, in Times Square, New York City, by Valerie Frankel Chance Malloy: wealthy, 39-year-old bachelor running an aviation business in South America, by Lester Dent Claire Malloy: small-town bookstore owner in Farberville, Arkansas by Joan Hess Hannah Malloy and Kiki Goldstein, an unlikely pair of 60-something sisters in Marin County, California, by Annie Griffin Vic Malloy: private investigator in California, by James Hadley Chase Cotton Malone: ex-US Justice Department agent, by Steve Berry Fritz Malone: private investigator, and bastard son of a former police commissioner, in New York City, by Richard Hawke (Tim Cockey) Ivy Malone: little old lady who uses her inconspicuousness in her sleuthing, by Lorena Mc Courtney John J.Manson by Edwin Radford and Mona Augusta Radford Inspector Manson by Edwin Radford and Mona Augusta Radford Simon Manton: police inspector, later superintendent, in London, England, by Michael Underwood Bernadette (Bernie) Manualito: Navajo Nation Police Officer by Anne Hillerman (continuation of father Tony Hillerman’s series featuring Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee) Paul Manziuk: Detective Inspector with homicide, and Jacqueline (Jackie) Ryan, a black cop recently promoted to Detective, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, by N. Lindquist David Mapstone: ex-cop, now unemployed college history teacher back in law enforcement, in Phoenix, Arizona, by Jon Talton Sir Geoffrey Mappestone: knight during the time of the Crusades, by Simon Beaufort Aurelia Marcella: young Roman innkeeper in 1st century Roman Britain, by Jane Finnis Colonel March: head of Scotland Yard’s fictitious Department D-3, the Department of Queer Complaints, by Carter Dickson John March: black sheep of a staid merchant-banking family, now an ex-deputy sheriff working as a private investigator in Manhattan, New York City, by Peter Spiegelman Tobias March and Lavinia Lake, lovers and partners-in-crime investigators in Regency London, England, by Amanda Quick Daniel Marchant: suspended MI-6 agent trying to clear his father’s reputation as former head of MI-6, in the globetrotting Legoland (MI-6 headquarters) trilogy by Jon Stock Ella Marconi, a police detective and a revolving cast of ambulance paramedics, in Sydney, Australia, by Katherine Howell Josie Marcus: undercover store spy in St.Louis, Missouri, in the Mystery Shopper series by Elaine Viets Tom Mariner: detective inspector in Birmingham, England, by Chris Collett Lili Marino: moving from Brooklyn to Walden Corners, New York, in the Gourd Craft mysteries by Maggie Bruce Bascot de Marins: Templar Knight recovering from imprisonment in the holy lands, in the early 1200s, in England, by Maureen Ash Alan Markby: detective inspector, and Meredith Mitchell, a Foreign Service officer, in the Cotswolds, England, by Ann Granger Poppy Markham: former sous chef turned public health inspector, in Austin, Texas, in the Culinary Cop series by Robin Allen Helen Markham-Johnson: actress recruited by the Secret Service in London, England, by Eileen Dewhurst Peter Marklin: toyshop owner and antique toy collector in Dorset, England, by Neville Steed Lieutenant Marks: detective in New York City, by Dorothy Salisbury Davis Calista Marley, a forensic pathologist, and Plato Marley, a family physician, in Cleveland, Ohio, by Bill Pomidor John Marlin: game warden, and Herbert Mackey, a sheriff, in Blanco County, Texas, by Ben Rehder Inspector Harvey Marmion and Sergeant Joe Keedy: metropolitan police in 1915 London, England, by Edward Marston Jake Maroc: top agent for the Quarry, a secretive US government agency, by Eric Van Lustbader Kit (Christopher) Marlowe, the Elizabethan playwright in his youth, beginning in 1583 Cambridge, England, by M. Trow Mallory Marlowe: recent widow with a new career as a travel writer, by Cynthia Baxter Philip Marlowe: private eye on the mean streets of Los Angeles, California, by Raymond Chandler Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe, a private eye in Los Angeles, California by Robert B.