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New in historical mystery: Cradle to Grave

New in historical mystery: Cradle to Grave

Edgar award-winning author Eleanor Kuhns has a new book out by Minotaur which will be officially released on June 17. Cradle to Grave is a new episode in the author’s historical mystery series featuring revolutionary war veteran Will Rees. If you like history and mystery check it out!…

History and Mystery: “Jack of Spies” By David Downing

History and Mystery: “Jack of Spies” By David Downing

Soho Crime’s new release Jack of Spies, the new novel by David Downing was just what we were waiting to read at the start of the summer. A nice historical spy story surrounding a salesman caught in a drama. A Brief Summary: It is 1913, and those who…

New In Historical Mystery: From the Charred Remains

New In Historical Mystery: From the Charred Remains

From the Charred Remains, the new novel by Susana Calkins is a nice pick for those who are interested in historical mysteries: Her depiction of the life in 17th Century London is very well researched and she has constructed the main plot cleverly. A Brief Summary: It’s 1666…

Our New Picks: 5 Amazing Historical Mysteries

Our New Picks: 5 Amazing Historical Mysteries

Some amazing books have got to our desk from which we decided to compile a new list of…

New In Sherlockiana: John O’Connell’s “Baskerville”

New In Sherlockiana: John O’Connell’s “Baskerville”

John O’Connell, the book editor for The Times and few other publications, has got his hands dirty and…

Like Historical Thrillers? Check Out “An Old Betrayal”

Like Historical Thrillers? Check Out “An Old Betrayal”

Historical crime fictions are usually written in a pure “who dunnit” form: Charles Finch writes his Charles Lenox…

A Remarkable Debut: “The Other Typist” By Suzanne Rindell

A Remarkable Debut: “The Other Typist” By Suzanne Rindell

Suzanne Rindell is a doctoral student in American modernist literature at Rice University and lives in New York…

A Historical Novel: “Bristol House” By Beverly Swerling

A Historical Novel: “Bristol House” By Beverly Swerling

Beverly Swerling, based in Philadelphia, is the author of six novels, including the City of Dreams series, a…

“A Medal For Murder” By Frances Brody

“A Medal For Murder” By Frances Brody

Frances Brody is a pseudonym for Frances McNeil, scriptwriter, playwright, author of four novels and winner of the…

“The Confession” By Charles Todd

“The Confession” By Charles Todd

The Confession: An Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery (Ian Rutledge Mysteries) is a new historical crime fiction from New…

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