Jacob, from Los Angeles, asked me if I have written any mysteries.
Actually, Jacob, I have written quite a few. My very first novel was No More Magic, a mystery, which was a runner-up for an Edgar Award, best mystery of the year, when it was first published. Then there were these:
And now, Catch You Later, Traitor
I find them particularly enjoyable to write, and a real challenge. I think of them as a kind of game, a literary game, which the writer plays with the reader. Some readers like to outguess the writer, but there are those who enjoy being surprised. I think my mystery with the biggest plot surprise is The Traitors Gate. It was particularly fun to write.