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    Mary Logue


    Mary Logue
    is an award-winning poet and mystery writer and has translated twenty-eight books for children from French into English. Her first children’s picture book, Sleep Like a Tiger, was published in the fall of 2012 and named a School Library Journal "star." She has published ten adult mysteries; four collections of poetry for adults; one novel for young adults–Dancing With an Alien, which made several “Best” lists, including ALA Best Book for Young Adults and the New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age; multiple books of nonfiction for young readers; and mysteries for young adults. She and her husband, Pete Hautman, co-authored the Bloodwater mystery series for 10-14 year olds. The first book of that series, Snatched, was recently nominated for an Edgar Allan Poe Award. Mary worked as an editor in children’s publishing for many years and has taught writing at Hamline University and at The Loft Literary Center. She is also an avid rug hooker. She lives in Minneapolis and Wisconsin.


  • Accomplishments


    Claire Watkins Mysteries
    from Tyrus Books

    Lake of Tears
    Frozen Stiff
    Point No Point
    Maiden Rock
    Poison Heart
    Bone Harvest
    Glare Ice 
    Dark Coulee

    Blood Country

    Bloodwater Mysteries 
    with Pete Hautman, from Puffin Books


    Other Fiction:

    Dancing with an Alien

    Trust: The Story of Helen Keller
    Fantasy: The Story of Walt Disney
    Forgiveness: The Story of Mahatma Gandhi
    Love: The Story of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
    from Childs World

    The Haunting of Hunter House
    Childs World

    The Missing Statue of Minnehaha
    Childs World

    Still Explosion: A Laura Malloy Mystery
    Seal Press

    Red Lake of the Heart

    Picture Book:

    Sleep Like a Tiger
    HMH Books for Young Readers


    Hand Work
    Meticulous Attachment
    Discriminating Evidence 
    from Mid List Press


    Courthouses of Minnesota
    Minnesota Historical Society Press

    Halfway Home: A Granddaughter's Biography
    Minnesota Historical Society Press

    A House in the Country 
    Midnight Paper Sales