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Land of Wolves: The Return of Lincoln's Bodyguard

by TJ Turner

Sequel to LINCOLN’S BODYGUARD LINCOLN’S BODYGUARD: Winner 2016 International Book Award for Historical Fiction; Finalist 2016 Indie Book Awards (Thriller); 2016 Darrell Award (Mid-South Novel); 2016 National...

Alice and the Assassin

by R. J. Koreto

In 1902 New York, Alice Roosevelt, the bright, passionate, and wildly unconventional daughter of newly sworn-in President Theodore Roosevelt, is placed under the supervision of Secret Service Agent Joseph St....

The Coiners' Quarrel

by Simon Beaufort

Westminster, 1102. Once again about to depart for the Holy Land, Sir Geoffrey is furious to be summoned back by the King, trusting neither his methods of persuasion nor his motives. When he arrives at Court...

Falling Creatures

by Katherine Stansfield

1844. A brutal murder rocks Victorian Cornwall. In a place where the dead lie uneasy in their graves, to find a murderer a young woman must first learn who she can trust.

I had loved her, though she was cruel,...

Murder on the Serpentine: A Charlotte and Thomas Pitt Novel

by Anne Perry

In the history of Anne Perry’s bestselling Victorian mystery series, the stakes have never been greater than now—as a mission for queen and country places the future of the British Empire squarely in Thomas...

Old News

by Ed Ifkovic

A sweltering July in Chicago, 1923. Edna Ferber, now a famous short-story writer, is supposed to be researching the novel that will become So Big, her Pulitzer-Prize winner. With her mother, Julia, she spends...

Blood and Circuses

by Kerry Greenwood

Phryne Fisher is bored. Life appears to be too easy, too perfect. Her household is ordered, her love life is pleasant, the weather is fine. And then a man from her past arrives at the door. It is Alan Lee from...

A Body in the Woodpile

by Irene Sauman

After delivering Emma's brother Joe and his very pregnant wife Catherine to the Wentworth customs house in the paddle-steamer Mary B, Emma and Daniel are hurrying to reach Echuca before being stranded as the...

A Gem of a Problem

by Irene Sauman

There is nothing like looking, if you want to find something. But will what you find be what you are looking for?

Emma Berry is back at her family’s pastoral property, Wirramilla, recovering from the sinking...

Unjust Judge, An: A Mystery set in 16th century Ireland

by Cora Harrison

It was a macabre ending for an unjust judge: his throat slit by a sharp knife; his body stuffed into a lobster pot and left beneath a powerful jet of water shooting up through the cliffs. When Mara investigates,...

Pilgrimage of Murder: A Medieval Mystery set in 14th Century London

by Paul Doherty

1381. The Great Revolt was crushed; the king's peace enforced. Brother Athelstan prepares for a pilgrimage, but he is summoned to the scene of a triple murder. One victim was John of Gaunt. Was this an act of...

Murder on Location

by Cathy Pegau

In the Alaska Territory, suffragette Charlotte Brody is a newspaper reporter in the frontier town of Cordova. She’s a woman ahead of her time living on the rugged edge of civilization—but right now the most...

Unseemly Haste

by K. B. Owen

Murder aboard the Overland Limited…

It is the summer of 1898. Professor Concordia Wells is eager to accompany her friend, Pinkerton detective Penelope Hamilton, on a cross-country train trip to San Francisco....

Beloved and Unseemly

by K. B. Owen

A stolen blueprint, a dead body, and wedding bells….

Change is in the air at Hartford Women's College in the fall of 1898. Renowned inventor Peter Sanbourne—working on Project Blue Arrow for the Navy—heads...

Unseemly Pursuits

by K. B. Owen

A deadly secret that won’t stay buried…

It is the fall of 1896, and Miss Concordia Wells is hip-deep in the usual tumult of a lady professor’s life: classes, clubs, student pranks, and the unending drama...

The Riddle of the Yellow Zuri

by Harry Stephen Keeler

In the open market in Chicago, a tiger snake could have been bought by a circus for $10. But the particular snake for which Jake Jennings was willing to pay a small fortune was the key to a great mystery. The...


by Benjamin Van-Hyfte

Charleston, fin des années trente.

Le cadavre d’une jeune femme est découvert à marée basse, à l’intérieur d’un récif. A peine a-t-on prévenu les autorités que la mer remonte, et la dépouille...

Agnès Sorel

by Mary Play-Parlange

1420 : le royaume de France ploie sous le joug anglais. Dans la campagne picarde dévastée par la guerre, Colombe de Maignelay pousse son premier cri.

Agnès Sorel voit le jour deux ans plus tard, commence alors...

The Murder of Willie Lincoln

by Burt Solomon

The Murder of Willie Lincoln is an exciting historical fiction debut by award-winning political journalist and Washington insider Burt Solomon.

Washington City, 1862: The United States lies in tatters, and there...

A Date with the Executioner

by Edward Marston

1817. Dawn breaks on a summer’s day in Chalk Farm, London, and the scene is set for a duel between a lady’s ardent admirers. Paul Skillen has been teaching Mark Bowerman how to shoot properly, and although...