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Bill Pronzini is the author of more than sixty novels. He created "Nameless" in a short story in 1969, and the first Nameless novel was published in 1971, making his exploits the longest-running private eye series currently being published.

Bill Pronzini has received three Shamus Awards (two for best novel, and the Lifetime Achievement Award), and six Edgar Award nominations. Hi novel Snowbound received the Grand Prix de la Litterature Policiere as the best crime novel published in France in 1988. He lives in northern California with his wife, the crime novelist Marcia Muller.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Nameless Detective (Fictitious character) Fiction, Private investigators California San Francisco Fiction, Gay men Crimes against Fiction, San Francisco (Calif, ) Fiction