Mary Coley If you love to read books with a little or a lot of mystery in them, you've come to the right place.
Audiobook: Cobwebs. Available through Audible. Narrated by Reagan Boggs.
coming soon: Ant Dens. (Will be available through Audible in late spring. Also narrated by Reagan Boggs.

Crystalline Crypt. 2019 by Mary Coley (Amazon). A stand-alone mystery set in Oklahoma.

Chrysalis: A Race to Death. 2018 by Mary Coley (CreateSpace). Book 4 of the Family Secret Series. Finalist in the Suspense category of the Silver Falchion Awards (2019), given by Killer Nashville, an international mystery writers conference held every August in Franklin, TN. Set in Ponca City, OK

Blood on the Cimarron: An Oklahoma Mystery. 2017 by Mary Coley (CreateSpace) Winner of the Hillerman Award (2018) New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards. Set in Stillwater, OK.

The Ravine. 2016 by Wild Rose Press. Set in Tulsa, OK

Beehives - A Suspense Novel. 2016 by Wheatmark. Book Three of the Family Secret Series. Set in Osage Hills State Park, near Bartlesville, OK

Ant Dens - A Suspense Novel. 2015 by Wheatmark. Book Two of the Family Secret Series. Set in Las Vegas, New Mexico.

Cobwebs - A Suspense Novel. 2014 by Wheatmark. Book One of the Family Secret Series. Set in Pawhuska, OK.

Naked Ladies - Seasons of the Heart, September 2013 by ML Coley (Amazon's Createspace)

Beneath a Wild Sky - Forest Cat and Other Stories, September 2013 by ML Coley (Amazon's Createspace)

(Naked Ladies and Beneath a Wild Sky are also published as e books and available through online outlets as well as at Smashwords.com.)

Environmentalism: How You Can Make a Difference, 2009, Capstone Press.

Awards (2010 - present)
2019: Finalist - The Silver Falchion Award for Suspense/Mystery (Killer Nashville Intnl Conference) Chrysallis: A Race to Death.
2018: Winner - The Hillerman Award for Fiction. New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards for Blood on the Cimarron: No Motive for Murder.
2018: Winner - First Place - of OWFI's Mystery/Suspense Novel Category for Chrysalis: A Race to Death.
2016: Finalist, New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards. Fiction Category for Beehives.
2016: Winner - First Place - of OWFI's Mystery/Suspense Category for Death in Cimarron Valley (later named Blood on the Cimarron)
2016: Winner. Creative Woman of Oklahoma Award for Young Adult Fiction for Ant Dens (Delta Kappa Gamma)
2016: Finalist, Oklahoma Book Awards. Fiction Category for Ant Dens.
2015: Published in the Tulsa Nightwriters' short story anthology, A River of Stories with, "Beach Dogs." 
2015: Finalist, New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards. 'First Book' Category for Cobwebs;
2015  Finalist, New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards. 'Mystery-Thriller' Category for Ant Dens.
2015: Winner. Creative Woman of Oklahoma Award for Young Adult Fiction. Delta Kappa Gamma International Society, Gamma State. 
2015: Winner of OWFI's Middle Grade Fiction Novel competition - Third Place for "The Dragon's Lair"
2015: Winner of OWFI's Young Adult Novel competition - Second Place for "The Summer My Life Went Up in Smoke"
2013: Winner of Oklahoma Writer's Federation Inc. (OWFI) Short Story competition - Fourth Place for "Forest Cat"
2013: Winner of OWFI's Suspense/Mystery Novel competition - Second Place for "Cobwebs"
2012: Published in the short story anthology, Around the Block on Parnell Square with story, "The Soul of the Poet."
2012: Winner of the Tulsa Friends of the Library competition in the Short Story division, honorable mention
2011: Winner of NANOWRIMO 2011 (50,000 words written in November)
2010: Oklahoma Writer's Federation Inc. (OWFI) Award for Best Juvenile Book of 2009 (Published)"Environmentalism: How You Can Make a Difference"

Environmentalism: How You Can Make A Difference. Capstone Press: Mankato, MN. 2009. Available through www.capstone.press.com or at www.Amazon.com.  

At Home on the Range. Montana State University Extension Services: Bozeman, MT. 2005. A Reviewed and Recommended Resource of the National 4-H Service Council.
Available through www.montana.edu.publications

Spirit of the Last Great Places: A Teacher's Guide. (For Oklahoma Students, Grades 4-8). Oklahoma State University and The Nature Conservancy: Stillwater, OK. 1994.
Copies available through the author. Please use the contact page on this website to request more information.