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Writer/producer Lee Goldberg is a two-time Edgar Award nominee whose many TV credits include Martial Law, Diagnosis Murder, Spenser For Hire, Hunter, Nero Wolfe and Monk. He's also the author of My Gun Has Bullets, Beyond the Beyond, Successful Television Writing and Diagnosis Murder The Silent Partner, the first in a new series of paperback mysteries based on the hit show.

Homepage : http://www.lgoldberg.com/
Twitter : http://twitter.com/LeeGoldberg
Residence: Los Angeles, California, USA

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    Books In Classes: [Mystery] [Non-Fiction] [Reference] [Fiction]
    Books In Genres: [Writer's Resources] [Medical] [Humorous] [TV Tie In]
    Books In Database: 19
Website : International Association of Media Tie-In Writers
Website : Lee Goldberg on Twitter

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Bibliography - Fiction Books by Lee Goldberg

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     Charlie Willis
     Diagnosis Murder
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The Man With the Iron-On Badge  (2005)   224 pp.
     Mystery    Amazon US HC    Amazon Canada HC
Reviews Available by:     [Harriet Klausner]
The Walk  (2004)
     Fiction
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Comment: TV network executive Marty Slack is on location in downtown Los Angeles when the BIG ONE hits.
[4 stars] "THE WALK is an exciting action packed thriller that would make a fantastic movie because it focuses on the protagonist who undergoes a metamorphosis from an uncaring selfish man to a heroic figure. The trials and tribulations he undergoes allows the real Marty Slack to shine as he proves he is no slacker. Lee Goldberg always entertains his audience with a gripping drama and THE WALK is certainly that." - Harriet Klausner

Book Series : Charlie Willis

- Mystery/Humor, set in Los Angeles. He's an ex-cop-turned-security consultant to the Hollywood studios.

Beyond the Beyond  (1997)   320 pp.
     Mystery   Humorous    Amazon US HC    Amazon Canada HC
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
My Gun Has Bullets  (1995)   276 pp.
     Mystery   Humorous    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA

Book Series : Diagnosis Murder

- Based on the hit TV series staring Dick Van Dyke

# 6 The Dead Letter  (2006)   256 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In   Medical    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
# 5 The Past Tense  (2005)   256 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In   Medical    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Reviews Available by:     [Harriet Klausner]
# 4 The Shooting Script  (2004)   256 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In   Medical    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
# 2 The Death Merchant  (2004)   256 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In   Medical    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Location: Hawaii, USA
Comment: Dr. Mark Sloan and his son, Steve, are on vacation in Hawaii
# 1 The Silent Partner  (2003)   304 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In   Medical    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Reviews Available by:     [Harriet Klausner]
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Comment: Based on the TV series that starred Dick Van Dyke (which Lee Goldberg wrote and produced for many years).

Book Series : Monk

- Based on the TV series

[Book Cover graphic:Mr. Monk in Trouble]Mr. Monk in Trouble  (2009)   288 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In    Amazon US HC    Amazon Canada HC
Book Description / Blurb

Ever since a 1962 unsolved train robbery made it famous, people have made their way to Trouble in California's gold country. Some people come to see the Gold Rush Museum. But most come to search for the booty that train robbers supposedly dumped in the botched heist.

When the museum watchman, a retired SFPD cop, is murdered, Monk and his assistant, Natalie, are sent to investigate. Monk quickly becomes obsessed with the legendary unsolved robbery, discovering a personal connection to the town's colorful past. During the tail-end of the gold rush, Trouble's assayer was a quirky fellow named Artemus Monk. Natalie can't help but notice the family resemblance. But that might not be the only thing that ties the past to the present, and if Monk isn't careful, he'll learn how the town of Trouble can live up to its name.


Mr. Monk and the Dirty Cop  (2009)   288 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In    Amazon US PB    Amazon US HC    Amazon Canada PB    Amazon Canada HC
Mr. Monk is Miserable  (2008)   304 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Mr. Monk Goes to Germany  (2008)   288 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Mr. Monk and the Two Assistants  (2007)   288 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Mr. Monk in Outer Space  (2007)   304 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Mr. Monk and The Blue Flu  (2007)   295 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Mr. Monk Goes to Hawaii  (2006)   304 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Location: Hawaii, USA
Mr. Monk Goes to the Firehouse  (2006)   304 pp.
     Mystery   TV Tie In    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Reviews Available by:     [Harriet Klausner]


Bibliography - Non-Fiction Books by Lee Goldberg

Successful Television Writing  (2003)   224 pp.
     Non-Fiction   Reference   Writer's Resources    Amazon US PB    Amazon Canada PB
Author(s): Lee Goldberg , William Rabkin

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