The Dorothy Parker Murder Case (Nov-1984)
The Alfred Hitchcock Murder Case (Mar-1986)
The Tallulah Bankhead Murder Case (Nov-1987)
The Talking Pictures Murder Case (Nov-1990)
The Greta Garbo Murder Case (Mar-1992)
The Noel Coward Murder Case (Nov-1992)
The Marlene Dietrich Murder Case (May-1993)
The Mae West Murder Case (Nov-1993)
The Bette Davis Murder Case (Aug-1994)
The Humphrey Bogart Murder Case (Apr-1995)
The William Powell and Myrna Loy Murder Case (Jan-1996)
The Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Murder Case (Feb-1997)
The Clark Gable and Carole Lombard Murder Case (Dec-1997)
A Queer Kind of Death (1966)
Swing Low, Sweet Harriet (1967)
Topsy and Evil (1968)
A Queer Kind of Love (Mar-1994)
Schemes And Variations (Oct-2010)
A Queer Kind of Umbrella (Sep-1995)
Detective Max Van Larsen, while writing an article for "True Mystery Magazine," enlists the aid of his friend, author Sylvia Plotkin, to investigate the disappearance of Judge Armand Kramer and the large amount of cash in his possession...
A murder instigated by the diabolically ingenious trust left by millionaire Andrew Graymoor to his thirteen heirs challenges Laura and Harvey Graymoor as they track the killer from Manhattan nightspots to catacombed Graymoor Island...
It is 1952, the dawn of the McCarthy era. The communist blacklist is circulating; careers and even lives hang on the decisions of the House UnAmerican Activities Commitee. In the midst of all the turmoil, suspicion, and fear is the irrepressible Tall...
During an over-the-top party at the estate of zillionaire Medwin Patton a tragic death (murder?) of a promising ballerina occurs. The deceased's father believes it was not the accident that witnesses attest to, and makes plans to eliminate the toadie...
Accepting the role of Joan of Arc, Hollywood star Greta Garbo finds herself in the middle of a picture involving German expatriates and a cast of spies. By the author of The Tallulah Bankhead Murder Case....
New Year's Eve, 1931: Marlene Dietrich, as the reigning queen of Hollywood, sees fit to throw a royal bash in order to show off her legendary legs - and her secret-recipe potato pancakes. Gloria Swanson, Joan Crawford, and Jean Harlow are only a few ...
The year is 1936, and Mae West has all of Hollywood wrapped around her little finger: a place many a man would kill to be. The legendary screen siren has, however, one critic - one with deadly fangs in place of a poison pen - who is knocking off Mae ...
Gay, black and proud--and like no other homocide detective in the history of the NYPD--Pharoah Love finds himself in the middle of a most baffling case. Someone with a serious grudge is knocking off mobsters in unusual ways. In pursuit of clues, L...
George Baxt brings Hollywood in its heyday to dazzling life in this witty caper featuring a surprise sleuth -- Humphrey Bogart. While filming The Maltese Falcon, he searches for a real-life treasure, dodging a killer on a murder trail through Hollywo...
Basking in the recent success of The Thin Man, William Powell and Myrna Loy stumble onto a situation so typically Hollywood that only the real-life incarnation of Nick and Nora Charles could take the case. A Hollywood madam publicizes that she's in n...
While 1939 Atlanta is gearing up for the premiere of Gone With the Wind, Hollywood is experiencing a series of kidnappings targeted at star babies, with the dashing Clark Gable and his glamorous wife Carole Lombard on the case....
Each year, for the past seventeen years, Otto Penzler, owner of the legendary Mysterious Bookshop in New York City, has commissioned an original story by a leading mystery writer. The requirements were that it be a mystery/ crime/suspense story, that...
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
George Baxt has published 27 books.
George Baxt does not have a new book coming out soon. The latest book, Schemes And Variations, was published in October 2010.
The first book by George Baxt, A Queer Kind of Death, was published in January 1966.