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Forevermore

by Jim Musgrave, Ellen Bernabei & X Graphicz

In the Top 100 of Best Sellers in the Historical Mystery Category at Amazon What if Edgar Allan Poe did not die in Baltimore as a drunk in the gutter? What he were, instead, murdered? In post Civil War New York...


The Klondike Mysteries 4-Book Bundle: Gold Digger / Gold Fever / Gold Mountain / Gold Web

by Vicki Delany

This quadruple edition of the entire Yukon Mystery series presents the complete stories of Vicki Delany's tenacious sleuth Fiona MacGillivray.


Whispers of Vivaldi: A Tito Amato Mystery

by Beverle Myers

Venice, 1745-an age of reckless pleasures, playful artifice, and baroque excess. An accident has reduced Tito Amato's glorious singing voice to a husky croak. A tragedy- but also an opportunity. The once celebrated...


Death of a Patriot

by Don Gutteridge

As the winter cold settles over Upper and Lower Canada, sparks still fly between the provinces. But while the fate of the colony is debated in the British parliament, a more pressing danger threatens the fledgling...


Through the Window

by Rhys Bowen

Molly Murphy--now Molly Sullivan--is absolutely thrilled to give birth to her first child, a beautiful little boy named Liam. But while confined to bed rest for the weeks following his birth, she finds herself...


The Harlot's Tale

Midwife Mysteries #2

by Samuel Thomas & Sam Thomas

It is August, 1645, one year since York fell into Puritan hands. As the city suffers through a brutal summer heat, Bridget Hodgson and Martha Hawkins are drawn into a murder investigation more frightening than...


Gold Web: A Klondike Mystery

by Vicki Delany

The year is 1898. Dawson City, Yukon. An unknown man staggers out of the dusk to collapse at the feet of a startled Fiona MacGillivray and gasps a final two words: MacGillivray, Culloden.


Fair and Tender Ladies

by Chris Nickson

1734. A young man arrives in Leeds searching for his missing sister - and ends up dead, his throat slit. Then the girl the young man came seeking is dragged from the river, drowned. Constable Richard Nottingham...


Cross of Vengeance

by Cora Harrison

September, 1517: when fire destroys the famous relic of the Holy Cross in Kilnaboy church and then a pilgrim is found murdered, it is up to Mara, as Brehon of the Burren, and her law students, to find out who...


A Dark Song of Blood

by Ben Pastor

Rome, 1944, the last days of Nazi occupation. A German officer investigates three murders in a city drenched in violence.


Electra: A Delphic Woman Mystery

by Kerry Greenwood

In this, the third and final book in Kerry Greenwood's Delphic Women series, Greenwood takes us into Troy as it struggles to rise from the ashes of the Trojan War. But while others have told the story as a struggle...


The Curse On Mitre Square & The Lodger: Two Jack The Ripper Classics

by John Francis Brewer & Marie Belloc Lowndes

The case of Jack the Ripper, the notorious serial killer and prostitute-butcher who terrorized Whitechapel in 1888, soon inspired various works of pulp fiction; amongst the first of these was the short gothic...


Spring-Heeled Jack: The Terror Of London

by Anonymous Anonymous

The "penny blood" came into being through a process which began with higher standards of general education and literacy in England at the beginning of the 19th century, and continued with the invention of fast...


Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street

by Anonynous Anonymous

The "penny blood" came into being through a process which began with higher standards of general education and literacy in England at the beginning of the 19th century, and continued with the invention of fast...


Death in the Ashes: A Fourth Case from the Notebooks of Pliny the Younger

by Jr., Albert A. Bell

A few years after the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, where he lost his adoptive father and mentor, Pliny the Younger is asked by his friend Aurelia to help her husband Calpurnius, who has been accused of murder in...


The Nightmare: A Mystery with Mary Wollstonecraft

by Nancy Means Wright

Feminist Mary Wollstonecraft meets Henry Fuseli at her publisher's circle of intellectuals, philosophers, and artists, and becomes obsessed with him and his erotic painting The Nightmare. When it is stolen,...


Murder in Burnt Orange: A Hilda Johansson Mystery

by Jeanne M. Dams

Hilda Johansson, expecting her first child and miserable in the summer heat, turns to crime investigation to occupy her mind. It's a heat wave in more ways than one in the summer of 1905, as strikes, arson,...


Midnight Fires: A Mystery with Mary Wollstonecraft

by Nancy Means Wright

Mitchelstown Castle in County Cork, seat of the notorious Anglo-Irish Kingsborough family, fairly hums with intrigue. In 1786 the new young governess, Mary Wollstonecraft, witnesses a stabbing when she attends...


Parthian Shot

by David Wishart

If there is one thing Marcus Corvinus hates more than doing the household accounts, it is politics. So when he is interrupted in the former to get involved in the latter, he is not best pleased. His brief is...


White Murder

by David Wishart

When Pegasus, racing mega-star and lead driver of the Whites faction, is found stabbed to death in the alleyway beside a wineshop, Marcus Corvinus is already on site. The local District Watch - crooked to a...