Books by Hal Glatzer

Hal Glatzer is an innovator in mystery fiction, an active member of Mystery Writers of America, and of Sisters In Crime. His 1979 novel Kamehameha County, a tale of murder and mayhem in Hawaii, was published as a pastiche manila file-folder of newspaper


THE LAST FULL MEASURE by Hal Glatzer
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 2006

"Glatzer's ambitious mix of mystery and history hits all the right notes."
The days before America's entry into World War II are darkened by a murder with ugly racist overtones. Read full book review >
A FUGUE IN HELL’S KITCHEN by Hal Glatzer
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 1, 2004

"Lively, likable Katy and a colorful array of suspects add up to some breezy, nostalgic fun."
Sleuthing swing violinist Katy Green crashes the longhair scene to help a pal. Read full book review >
TOO DEAD TO SWING by Hal Glatzer
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 1, 2001

"Though mystery takes a backseat to band member shenanigans and wall-to-wall banter, it's still a lively jitterbug down memory lane."
In 1940, a woman can't get a job in male-dominated swing bands except as a singer. Read full book review >