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Archeologists & Anthropologists
Margot Arnold
  • Penny Spring and Sir Toby Glendower: 60-something archaeologists, in Cambridge, England

Aileen Baron
  • Lily Sampson: young American graduate student archeologist, in late 1930s and early 1940s Jerusalem and Morocco
  • Tamar Saticoy: an archaeological consultant for Interpol

Jefferson Bass
  • Dr. Bill Brockton: forensic anthropologist in Tennessee

Simon Beckett
  • Dr. David Hunter: forensic anthropologist in England

Dana Cameron
  • Emma Fielding: an archaeologist

Barbara Cleverly
  • Leatitia Talbot: archeologist based in post-WWI France

Beverly Connor
  • Lindsay Chamberlain: forensic archeologist at the University of Georgia, in Athens, Georgia
  • Diane Fallon: forensic anthropologist, museum director and reluctant detective

Rebecca Cramer
  • Linda Bluenight: anthropologist and 4th-grade teacher, in and around Tucson, Arizona
Val Davis (Robert & Angie Irvine)
  • Nicolette Scott: archaeologist in the southwestern USA

Aaron Elkins
  • Gideon Oliver: anthropology professor in Port Angeles, Washington

Mary Anna Evans
  • Faye Longchamp: black archaeology student digging up artifacts for the black market on her plantation on North Florida’s Gulf Coast,

Ellen Godfrey
  • Rebecca Rosenthal: 80-year-old Polish-born anthropologist, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada,

Thomas Greanias
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Conrad Yeats, an archeaologist, and Vatican linguist Sister Serena Serghetti, involved in international intrigue, in the Atlantis trilogy


Elly Griffiths
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Dr. Ruth Galloway: forensic archaeologist, and Harry Nelson, a detective chief inspector, in the Saltmarsh area near Norfolk, England


Jamie Harrison
  • Jules Clement: archaeologist turned sheriff, in Blue Deer, Montana

Erin Hart
  • Cormac Maguire: Irish archaeologist, and Nora Gavin, an American pathologist, in Ireland
Raymond Khoury
  • Tess Chaykin, an archaeologist, and Sean Reilly, anFBI anti-terrorist specialist, and dealing with historical secrets and threats

Tom Knox
  • Archeological historical thrillers

Sharyn McCrumb
  • Elizabeth MacPherson: forensic anthropologist in southern USA

Rett MacPherson
  • Victory (Torie) O’Shea: genealogist in New Kassel, Missouri

Jessica Mann
  • Thea Crawford: archaeology professor in England
  • Tamara Hoyland: British secret agent and archaeologist, in England

Jeanne Matthews
  • Dinah Pelerin: amateur sleuth and wannabe anthropologist, here and there around the world
Elizabeth Peters
  • Amelia Peabody: Victorian feminist Egyptologist from Kent, England

Dilwyn Rees (Glyn Daniel)
  • Sir Richard Cherrington: archaeologist and Vice President of Fisher College, in Cambridge, England

Kathy Reichs
  • Temperance Brennan: forensic anthropologist in the Province of Quebec, Canada, and Charlotte, North Carolina

Malcolm Shuman
  • Alan Graham: contract archaeologist in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Aaron Mark Stein
  • Tim Mulligan and Elsie Mae Hunt: professional archeologists and amateur sleuths

John Trench
  • Martin Cotterell: erudite and untidy archaeologist, in England