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  • This House to Let reviews

    This House to Let Book Reviews

    William Le Queux

    This British mystery by BritishFrench novelist William Le Queux, published in 1921, begins with the discovery by two constables of a body in an empty house in London. This is one o...

  • South Wind reviews

    South Wind Book Reviews

    Norman Douglas

    This is a novel book. The bishop was feeling rather seasick. Confoundedly seasick, in fact. This annoyed him. For he disapproved of sickness in every shape or form. His own state o...

  • The Missing Gun reviews

    The Missing Gun Book Reviews

    W H Oxley

    London in the autumn of 1939: the early months of World War 2. Hitler has just conquered Poland, but life in London continues much as it did in peacetime, albeit a little more rest...

  • Cadmium Yellow, Blood Red reviews

    Cadmium Yellow, Blood Red Book Reviews

    Jacqueline T Lynch

    A museum heist, a missing child, a murder, a recent excon and an even more recent widow.  How many times do we have to pay for our mistakes before life sends us a reprieve...

  • Death and the Chapman reviews

    Death and the Chapman Book Reviews

    Kate Sedley

    One man’s disappearance is another man’s destiny... The birth of a new medieval detective. The political situation in 1471 is complex and the war between the Yorkist and Lancastria...

  • Shalaby and Fecklace Spend the Night in an Unnatural Manor reviews

    Shalaby and Fecklace Spend the Night in an Unnatural Manor Book Reviews

    Chantelle Messier

    Shalaby W. Shalaby, Victorian private detective, regards it as his civic duty to investigate the grave mystery of the counterfeited ladies' hats. His companion, Byron Fecklace...

  • Tempest in the Tea Room reviews

    Tempest in the Tea Room Book Reviews

    Libi Astaire

    There's trouble afoot in Regency London's Jewish community, and no one to stop the crimesuntil wealthywidowerturnedsleuth Mr. Ezra Melamed teams up with an unlikely pair:...

  • Murder at the Mayfair Hotel reviews

    Murder at the Mayfair Hotel Book Reviews

    C.J. Archer

    It was the most fashionable place to stay in London, until murder made a reservation. Solve the puzzle in this new cozy historical murder mystery from USA Today bestselling author ...

  • The Hanover Square Affair reviews

    The Hanover Square Affair Book Reviews

    Ashley Gardner & Jennifer Ashley

    London 1816: Cavalry captain Gabriel Lacey returns to Regency London from the Napoleonic wars, burned out, fighting melancholia, his career ended. His interest is piqued when he le...

  • Chorus of the Dead reviews

    Chorus of the Dead Book Reviews

    Tracy L. Ward

    1867 Morgue surgeon at one of London's most prestigious hospitals, Dr. Peter Ainsley is familiar with the smells of the dead and the dying but when the brilliant, young docto...

  • Cold Press - A Gripping British Mystery Thriller reviews

    Cold Press - A Gripping British Mystery Thriller Book Reviews

    David Bradwell

    A fashion photographer. A cub reporter. The missing persons story of a lifetime… London, 1993. Trainee investigative journalist Danny Churchill would do anything for his boss. And ...

  • The Wallet of Kai Lung reviews

    The Wallet of Kai Lung Book Reviews

    Ernest Bramah

    The sun had dipped behind the western mountains before Kai Lung, with twenty li or more still between him and the city of Knei Yang, entered the camphorlaurel forest which stretche...

  • Bittersweet reviews

    Bittersweet Book Reviews

    Jane Lingard

    Hannah's world changes forever on the night of her sister's 18th birthday. Life in the small country town will never be the same. But just what did happen when the storm ...

  • The Good Knight reviews

    The Good Knight Book Reviews

    Sarah Woodbury

    When a king is murdered on the way to his wedding, Gareth & Gwen join forces in their first mystery together! Five years after Gareth walked away from Gwen in disgrace, she...

  • The Night Of reviews

    The Night Of Book Reviews

    Michael Lister

    Lucas Burke and Alix "Biade" Baker are Panama City Beach PIs specializing in missing persons caseswork they were led to by their own sister's disappearance.&#xa0...

  • Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives reviews

    Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives Book Reviews

    Allan Pinkerton

    It is a story book. The Mississippi River has for many years more especially since the close of the war been infested by a class of men who never would try to get an honest living,...

  • Fred Fenton Marathon Runner reviews

    Fred Fenton Marathon Runner Book Reviews

    Allen Chapman

    This is a mystery and detective book. Fred is taking a postgraduate course at the school when the subject of Marathon running came up. A race is arranged, and Fred shows both his f...

  • Samuel Boyd of Catchpole Square A Mystery reviews

    Samuel Boyd of Catchpole Square A Mystery Book Reviews

    B. L. Farjeon

    This 1899 mystery novel by British writer and journalist B(enjamin) L(eopold) Farjeon, detective Dick Remington investigates a murder and other criminal matters with the help of a ...

  • Kissing The Enemy reviews

    Kissing The Enemy Book Reviews

    Leighann Dobbs

    Frederica Vale is about to cause a scandal that will make her a target of the most dangerous spy network in England. London, 1806. Fredrica “Freddie” Vale would do anything to prot...

  • Downriver reviews

    Downriver Book Reviews

    Jess Montgomery

    Downriver is an evocative, gorgeously written short story: the tale of one woman's pastand her inability to escape itfrom Jess Montgomery, author of the Kinship series. "...

  • You Will Die reviews

    You Will Die Book Reviews

    Garden Urthark

    Garden Urthark’s You Will Die tells the story of a spirit from the Dark Side whose power to do evil over successive generations is brought to an end by the intervention of a former...

  • No Clue reviews

    No Clue Book Reviews

    James Hay

    It is a detective story. 'No Clue! A Mystery Story' finds detective Jefferson Hastings at the home of wealthy but eccentric Arthur Sloane one hot summer night, when two o...

  • POISONED LEGACY reviews

    POISONED LEGACY Book Reviews

    Jenny Wheeler

    Unsolved deaths. Untold treasure. Can she uncover the secret of her inheritance before dark forces claim another victim? Graysie Castellanos is ready to take her final bow. When th...

  • The Black Eagle Mystery reviews

    The Black Eagle Mystery Book Reviews

    Geraldine Bonner

    The following story of what has been known as The Black Eagle Mystery has been compiled from documents contributed by two persons thoroughly conversant with the subject. These are ...

  • Love Lies Bleeding reviews

    Love Lies Bleeding Book Reviews

    Laini Giles

    When a hiker near Ithaca stumbles across an old skeleton buried with a rusty buttonhook and a locket full of pictures, Senior Investigator Frank Conley of the New York State Police...

  • Low Angles reviews

    Low Angles Book Reviews

    Jim Stinson

    Against his better judgment, Hollywood foot soldier Stoney Winston arrives at a fleabitten desert Hamlet to help Diane LaMotta direct her first feature, a nobudget indie action pot...

  • Cromwell Road reviews

    Cromwell Road Book Reviews

    Rowan Scot-Ryder

    Holmes and Watson meet the famous medium Madame B., whose message for Watson has surprising results.

  • The Spiritualists and the Detectives reviews

    The Spiritualists and the Detectives Book Reviews

    Allan Pinkerton

    This is a story book. Most commercial and uncommercial travellers filling the swift shuttles of transit between the East and the West will remember that while passing through Michi...

  • The Amersham Rubies reviews

    The Amersham Rubies Book Reviews

    Rhys Bowen

    A delightful short story from Rhys Bowen featuring turnofthecentury private investigator Molly Murphy Before Molly Murphy crossed the Atlantic or even had an inkling that she might...

  • The Sandie Shaw Mysteries, Murder at the Green Mill reviews

    The Sandie Shaw Mysteries, Murder at the Green Mill Book Reviews

    R T Green

    When Sandie witnesses her client committing a cutanddried murder, her head tells her to walk away. Her heart tells her she can't. Keeping away from the mob is Sandie's fi...

  • The Yellow Crayon reviews

    The Yellow Crayon Book Reviews

    Edward Phillips Oppenheim

    It was late summer time, and the perfume of flowers stole into the darkened room through the half opened window. The sunlight forced its way through a chink in the blind, and stret...

  • The Twelfth Tablet reviews

    The Twelfth Tablet Book Reviews

    Tom Harper

    Twelve golden tablets sit in museums around the world, each created by unknown hands and buried in ancient times, and each providing the dead with the route to the afterlife. Each ...

  • What Kind of Man... reviews

    What Kind of Man... Book Reviews

    Greenberry Baxter

    What Kind of Man... has been nominated for Global eBook Awards in the category Sci Fi Fantasy Paranormal/Fantasy Supernatural PREPOSTEROUS, NUTTY and ENTERTAINING Franklin Pierce, ...

  • Ernestine reviews

    Ernestine Book Reviews

    Nell Peters

    Jack the Ripper at last, the truth. Britain's most famous (or infamous) serial killer unmasked.

  • Last Jew in Prague reviews

    Last Jew in Prague Book Reviews

    Colin J Cohen

    While struggling to survive a freezing rainy night in the desert, a homeless man recalls what his grandfather Hermann struggled to survive many years earlier and how his connection...

  • A Precarious Homecoming reviews

    A Precarious Homecoming Book Reviews

    D.S. Lang

    Arabella Stewart, grieving the losses of her parents and brother, returns home from serving as an operator in the Great War to find Ballantyne, her family resort,...

  • Mail Order Bride 4 Book Box Set reviews

    Mail Order Bride 4 Book Box Set Book Reviews

    Karla Gracey

    Critics describe these books as a very sweet invigorating set of books which are heartwarming, full of love, hope, and the true meaning of friendship.

  • First Heist reviews

    First Heist Book Reviews

    H.B. Moore

    An Omar Zagouri Short Story: FIRST HEIST by USA Today Bestselling author H.B. Moore Mia Golding, an undercover agent is about to make a handoff to coagent, Omar Zagouri. But before...

  • Truck Shot reviews

    Truck Shot Book Reviews

    Jim Stinson

    Stoney Winston is teaching a film workshop at lowrent Angeles Commercial Design College when the college president is literally blown away. To pry loose the insurance transfusion n...

  • Toutes les aventures de Sherlock Holmes reviews

    Toutes les aventures de Sherlock Holmes Book Reviews

    Arthur Conan Doyle

    Ensemble des textes des aventures de Sherlock Holmes de Sir Arthur Conan Doyle dans l’ordre chronologique. L’ensemble des textes et des images utilisées sont dans le domaine public...

  • The Old Man in the Corner reviews

    The Old Man in the Corner Book Reviews

    Baroness Emma Orczy

    This is a historical book. The Old Man in the Corner is an unnamed armchair detective who appears in a series of short stories written by Baroness Orczy. He examines and solves cri...

  • Past Crimes reviews

    Past Crimes Book Reviews

    Ashley Gardner

    Step into the past through three historical mysteries that reach from Imperial Rome to Victorian London. A Soupçon of Poison (Kat Holloway Victorian Mysteries) Kat Holloway, a youn...

  • The Film of Fear reviews

    The Film of Fear Book Reviews

    Frederic Arnold Kummer

    Ruth Morton finished her cup of coffee, brushed a microscopic crumb from her embroidered silk kimono, pushed back her loosely arranged brown hair, and resumed the task of opening h...

  • The Mystery of Francis Bacon reviews

    The Mystery of Francis Bacon Book Reviews

    William T. Smedley

    Is there a mystery connected with the life of Francis Bacon? The average student of history or literature will unhesitatingly reply in the negative, perhaps qualifying his answer b...

  • Four Max Carrados Detective Stories reviews

    Four Max Carrados Detective Stories Book Reviews

    Ernest Bramah

    This is a short story book. Ernest Bramah is mainly known for his 'Kai Lung' books Dorothy L Sayers often used quotes from them for her chapter headings. In his lifetime...

  • Deadly Act reviews

    Deadly Act Book Reviews

    D.A. Jacobson

    In the Fall of 1590, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, playwright and news pamphlet writer Connolly Flynn is about to have his first play produced at the Rose theater in Londo...

  • Calamity Under the Chandelier reviews

    Calamity Under the Chandelier Book Reviews

    Camilla Blythe

    Murder. Manor homes. Malfunctioning chandeliers. Hollywood starlets are supposed to be happily on set in sunny California, and not trapped in drafty manor houses during ferocious s...

  • Murder at High Tide reviews

    Murder at High Tide Book Reviews

    Lee Strauss

    Murder's all wet! It's 1956 and WPC (Woman Police Constable) Rosa Reed has left her groom at the altar in London. Time spent with her American cousins in Santa Bonita, Ca...

  • The Radio Boys at the Sending Station reviews

    The Radio Boys at the Sending Station Book Reviews

    Allen Chapman

    It is a mystery and detective book. Since this volume was written an epoch making invention has been announced to the radio world. It is the superregenerative system developed by E...

  • The Spy of the Rebellion reviews

    The Spy of the Rebellion Book Reviews

    Allan Pinkerton

    It is a story book. Many years have elapsed since the occurrence of the events which I am about to relate. Years that have been full of mighty import to the nation. A bitter, prolo...

  • The Fireraisers reviews

    The Fireraisers Book Reviews

    Malcolm Archibald

    Dundee, Scotland, 1862. After the mill of businessman Matthew Beaumont burns to the ground, Detective Sergeant George Watters is sent to investigate. Soon, George discovers that th...

  • Finger of Guilt reviews

    Finger of Guilt Book Reviews

    Paul Grossman

    In Finger of Guilt , star investigator Hans Fraksa claims that the Kinderfresser, the vicious child eater of Berlin, has been caught. So why is he worried discarded, gnawed bones w...

  • A Jewish Chaplain in France reviews

    A Jewish Chaplain in France Book Reviews

    Lee Joseph Levinger

    This is a story book. In giving the story and the opinions of a Jewish chaplain in the American Expeditionary Forces, some statement is necessary of the work of the chaplains as a ...

  • The Forgotten Painting reviews

    The Forgotten Painting Book Reviews

    Gabriel Farago

    Gold Medal Winner at Readers' Favorite 2018 International Book Awards Contest in Fiction Short Story/Novella Category Outstanding Novella 2018 IAN Book of the Year Awards When...

  • The Desolate Garden reviews

    The Desolate Garden Book Reviews

    Daniel Kemp

    What secrets lie in the ledgers of the Royal Government Bank? After Harry Paterson is summoned to London following his father's murder, he finds out that the late Lord Elliot ...

  • Murder by Misrule reviews

    Murder by Misrule Book Reviews

    Anna Castle

    Brilliant Francis Bacon is at a loss and in danger. Francis Bacon is charged with investigating the murder of a fellow barrister at Gray's Inn. He recruits his unwanted proté...

  • The Hunt reviews

    The Hunt Book Reviews

    Oscar de Muriel

    Features an exclusive extract from A Fever of the Blood the brilliant new Case for Frey & McGray, which publishes in February 2016 Christmas, 1888. After a thoroughly tryi...

  • Sharko reviews

    Sharko Book Reviews

    Ben Borland

    Gangsters and sharks and the hunt for a serial killer in Depressionera Sydney. This fastmoving thriller combines love, lust and murder in the heat of an Australian summer. Take som...

  • Uncle Bernac reviews

    Uncle Bernac Book Reviews

    Arthur Conan Doyle

    This is a mystery book. Looking for a replacement to Sherlock Holmes after the author had killed him off in 1894, Doyle wrote this murder mystery in the dying years of the 19th cen...

  • Murder on the Titanic reviews

    Murder on the Titanic Book Reviews

    Evelyn Weiss

    As the Titanic sinks, a notorious playboy aristocrat is hideously murdered. To find the killer, Professor Axelson and his assistant Agnes question the survivors under hypnosis. As ...

Best Paid Historical Books of 2024

  • This House to Let reviews

    This House to Let Book Reviews

    William Le Queux

    This British mystery by BritishFrench novelist William Le Queux, published in 1921, begins with the discovery by two constables of a body in an empty house in London. This is one o...

  • South Wind reviews

    South Wind Book Reviews

    Norman Douglas

    This is a novel book. The bishop was feeling rather seasick. Confoundedly seasick, in fact. This annoyed him. For he disapproved of sickness in every shape or form. His own state o...

  • The Missing Gun reviews

    The Missing Gun Book Reviews

    W H Oxley

    London in the autumn of 1939: the early months of World War 2. Hitler has just conquered Poland, but life in London continues much as it did in peacetime, albeit a little more rest...

  • Cadmium Yellow, Blood Red reviews

    Cadmium Yellow, Blood Red Book Reviews

    Jacqueline T Lynch

    A museum heist, a missing child, a murder, a recent excon and an even more recent widow.  How many times do we have to pay for our mistakes before life sends us a reprieve...

  • Death and the Chapman reviews

    Death and the Chapman Book Reviews

    Kate Sedley

    One man’s disappearance is another man’s destiny... The birth of a new medieval detective. The political situation in 1471 is complex and the war between the Yorkist and Lancastria...

  • Shalaby and Fecklace Spend the Night in an Unnatural Manor reviews

    Shalaby and Fecklace Spend the Night in an Unnatural Manor Book Reviews

    Chantelle Messier

    Shalaby W. Shalaby, Victorian private detective, regards it as his civic duty to investigate the grave mystery of the counterfeited ladies' hats. His companion, Byron Fecklace...

  • Tempest in the Tea Room reviews

    Tempest in the Tea Room Book Reviews

    Libi Astaire

    There's trouble afoot in Regency London's Jewish community, and no one to stop the crimesuntil wealthywidowerturnedsleuth Mr. Ezra Melamed teams up with an unlikely pair:...

  • Murder at the Mayfair Hotel reviews

    Murder at the Mayfair Hotel Book Reviews

    C.J. Archer

    It was the most fashionable place to stay in London, until murder made a reservation. Solve the puzzle in this new cozy historical murder mystery from USA Today bestselling author ...

  • The Hanover Square Affair reviews

    The Hanover Square Affair Book Reviews

    Ashley Gardner & Jennifer Ashley

    London 1816: Cavalry captain Gabriel Lacey returns to Regency London from the Napoleonic wars, burned out, fighting melancholia, his career ended. His interest is piqued when he le...

  • Chorus of the Dead reviews

    Chorus of the Dead Book Reviews

    Tracy L. Ward

    1867 Morgue surgeon at one of London's most prestigious hospitals, Dr. Peter Ainsley is familiar with the smells of the dead and the dying but when the brilliant, young docto...

  • Cold Press - A Gripping British Mystery Thriller reviews

    Cold Press - A Gripping British Mystery Thriller Book Reviews

    David Bradwell

    A fashion photographer. A cub reporter. The missing persons story of a lifetime… London, 1993. Trainee investigative journalist Danny Churchill would do anything for his boss. And ...

  • The Wallet of Kai Lung reviews

    The Wallet of Kai Lung Book Reviews

    Ernest Bramah

    The sun had dipped behind the western mountains before Kai Lung, with twenty li or more still between him and the city of Knei Yang, entered the camphorlaurel forest which stretche...

  • Bittersweet reviews

    Bittersweet Book Reviews

    Jane Lingard

    Hannah's world changes forever on the night of her sister's 18th birthday. Life in the small country town will never be the same. But just what did happen when the storm ...

  • The Good Knight reviews

    The Good Knight Book Reviews

    Sarah Woodbury

    When a king is murdered on the way to his wedding, Gareth & Gwen join forces in their first mystery together! Five years after Gareth walked away from Gwen in disgrace, she...

  • The Night Of reviews

    The Night Of Book Reviews

    Michael Lister

    Lucas Burke and Alix "Biade" Baker are Panama City Beach PIs specializing in missing persons caseswork they were led to by their own sister's disappearance.&#xa0...

  • Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives reviews

    Mississippi Outlaws and the Detectives Book Reviews

    Allan Pinkerton

    It is a story book. The Mississippi River has for many years more especially since the close of the war been infested by a class of men who never would try to get an honest living,...

  • Fred Fenton Marathon Runner reviews

    Fred Fenton Marathon Runner Book Reviews

    Allen Chapman

    This is a mystery and detective book. Fred is taking a postgraduate course at the school when the subject of Marathon running came up. A race is arranged, and Fred shows both his f...

  • Samuel Boyd of Catchpole Square A Mystery reviews

    Samuel Boyd of Catchpole Square A Mystery Book Reviews

    B. L. Farjeon

    This 1899 mystery novel by British writer and journalist B(enjamin) L(eopold) Farjeon, detective Dick Remington investigates a murder and other criminal matters with the help of a ...

  • Kissing The Enemy reviews

    Kissing The Enemy Book Reviews

    Leighann Dobbs

    Frederica Vale is about to cause a scandal that will make her a target of the most dangerous spy network in England. London, 1806. Fredrica “Freddie” Vale would do anything to prot...

  • Downriver reviews

    Downriver Book Reviews

    Jess Montgomery

    Downriver is an evocative, gorgeously written short story: the tale of one woman's pastand her inability to escape itfrom Jess Montgomery, author of the Kinship series. "...

  • You Will Die reviews

    You Will Die Book Reviews

    Garden Urthark

    Garden Urthark’s You Will Die tells the story of a spirit from the Dark Side whose power to do evil over successive generations is brought to an end by the intervention of a former...

  • No Clue reviews

    No Clue Book Reviews

    James Hay

    It is a detective story. 'No Clue! A Mystery Story' finds detective Jefferson Hastings at the home of wealthy but eccentric Arthur Sloane one hot summer night, when two o...

  • POISONED LEGACY reviews

    POISONED LEGACY Book Reviews

    Jenny Wheeler

    Unsolved deaths. Untold treasure. Can she uncover the secret of her inheritance before dark forces claim another victim? Graysie Castellanos is ready to take her final bow. When th...

  • The Black Eagle Mystery reviews

    The Black Eagle Mystery Book Reviews

    Geraldine Bonner

    The following story of what has been known as The Black Eagle Mystery has been compiled from documents contributed by two persons thoroughly conversant with the subject. These are ...

  • Love Lies Bleeding reviews

    Love Lies Bleeding Book Reviews

    Laini Giles

    When a hiker near Ithaca stumbles across an old skeleton buried with a rusty buttonhook and a locket full of pictures, Senior Investigator Frank Conley of the New York State Police...

  • Low Angles reviews

    Low Angles Book Reviews

    Jim Stinson

    Against his better judgment, Hollywood foot soldier Stoney Winston arrives at a fleabitten desert Hamlet to help Diane LaMotta direct her first feature, a nobudget indie action pot...

  • Cromwell Road reviews

    Cromwell Road Book Reviews

    Rowan Scot-Ryder

    Holmes and Watson meet the famous medium Madame B., whose message for Watson has surprising results.

  • The Spiritualists and the Detectives reviews

    The Spiritualists and the Detectives Book Reviews

    Allan Pinkerton

    This is a story book. Most commercial and uncommercial travellers filling the swift shuttles of transit between the East and the West will remember that while passing through Michi...

  • The Amersham Rubies reviews

    The Amersham Rubies Book Reviews

    Rhys Bowen

    A delightful short story from Rhys Bowen featuring turnofthecentury private investigator Molly Murphy Before Molly Murphy crossed the Atlantic or even had an inkling that she might...

  • The Sandie Shaw Mysteries, Murder at the Green Mill reviews

    The Sandie Shaw Mysteries, Murder at the Green Mill Book Reviews

    R T Green

    When Sandie witnesses her client committing a cutanddried murder, her head tells her to walk away. Her heart tells her she can't. Keeping away from the mob is Sandie's fi...

  • The Yellow Crayon reviews

    The Yellow Crayon Book Reviews

    Edward Phillips Oppenheim

    It was late summer time, and the perfume of flowers stole into the darkened room through the half opened window. The sunlight forced its way through a chink in the blind, and stret...

  • The Twelfth Tablet reviews

    The Twelfth Tablet Book Reviews

    Tom Harper

    Twelve golden tablets sit in museums around the world, each created by unknown hands and buried in ancient times, and each providing the dead with the route to the afterlife. Each ...

  • What Kind of Man... reviews

    What Kind of Man... Book Reviews

    Greenberry Baxter

    What Kind of Man... has been nominated for Global eBook Awards in the category Sci Fi Fantasy Paranormal/Fantasy Supernatural PREPOSTEROUS, NUTTY and ENTERTAINING Franklin Pierce, ...

  • Ernestine reviews

    Ernestine Book Reviews

    Nell Peters

    Jack the Ripper at last, the truth. Britain's most famous (or infamous) serial killer unmasked.

  • Last Jew in Prague reviews

    Last Jew in Prague Book Reviews

    Colin J Cohen

    While struggling to survive a freezing rainy night in the desert, a homeless man recalls what his grandfather Hermann struggled to survive many years earlier and how his connection...

  • A Precarious Homecoming reviews

    A Precarious Homecoming Book Reviews

    D.S. Lang

    Arabella Stewart, grieving the losses of her parents and brother, returns home from serving as an operator in the Great War to find Ballantyne, her family resort,...

  • Mail Order Bride 4 Book Box Set reviews

    Mail Order Bride 4 Book Box Set Book Reviews

    Karla Gracey

    Critics describe these books as a very sweet invigorating set of books which are heartwarming, full of love, hope, and the true meaning of friendship.

  • First Heist reviews

    First Heist Book Reviews

    H.B. Moore

    An Omar Zagouri Short Story: FIRST HEIST by USA Today Bestselling author H.B. Moore Mia Golding, an undercover agent is about to make a handoff to coagent, Omar Zagouri. But before...

  • Truck Shot reviews

    Truck Shot Book Reviews

    Jim Stinson

    Stoney Winston is teaching a film workshop at lowrent Angeles Commercial Design College when the college president is literally blown away. To pry loose the insurance transfusion n...

  • Toutes les aventures de Sherlock Holmes reviews

    Toutes les aventures de Sherlock Holmes Book Reviews

    Arthur Conan Doyle

    Ensemble des textes des aventures de Sherlock Holmes de Sir Arthur Conan Doyle dans l’ordre chronologique. L’ensemble des textes et des images utilisées sont dans le domaine public...

  • The Old Man in the Corner reviews

    The Old Man in the Corner Book Reviews

    Baroness Emma Orczy

    This is a historical book. The Old Man in the Corner is an unnamed armchair detective who appears in a series of short stories written by Baroness Orczy. He examines and solves cri...

  • Past Crimes reviews

    Past Crimes Book Reviews

    Ashley Gardner

    Step into the past through three historical mysteries that reach from Imperial Rome to Victorian London. A Soupçon of Poison (Kat Holloway Victorian Mysteries) Kat Holloway, a youn...

  • The Film of Fear reviews

    The Film of Fear Book Reviews

    Frederic Arnold Kummer

    Ruth Morton finished her cup of coffee, brushed a microscopic crumb from her embroidered silk kimono, pushed back her loosely arranged brown hair, and resumed the task of opening h...

  • The Mystery of Francis Bacon reviews

    The Mystery of Francis Bacon Book Reviews

    William T. Smedley

    Is there a mystery connected with the life of Francis Bacon? The average student of history or literature will unhesitatingly reply in the negative, perhaps qualifying his answer b...

  • Four Max Carrados Detective Stories reviews

    Four Max Carrados Detective Stories Book Reviews

    Ernest Bramah

    This is a short story book. Ernest Bramah is mainly known for his 'Kai Lung' books Dorothy L Sayers often used quotes from them for her chapter headings. In his lifetime...

  • Deadly Act reviews

    Deadly Act Book Reviews

    D.A. Jacobson

    In the Fall of 1590, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, playwright and news pamphlet writer Connolly Flynn is about to have his first play produced at the Rose theater in Londo...

  • Calamity Under the Chandelier reviews

    Calamity Under the Chandelier Book Reviews

    Camilla Blythe

    Murder. Manor homes. Malfunctioning chandeliers. Hollywood starlets are supposed to be happily on set in sunny California, and not trapped in drafty manor houses during ferocious s...

  • Murder at High Tide reviews

    Murder at High Tide Book Reviews

    Lee Strauss

    Murder's all wet! It's 1956 and WPC (Woman Police Constable) Rosa Reed has left her groom at the altar in London. Time spent with her American cousins in Santa Bonita, Ca...

  • The Radio Boys at the Sending Station reviews

    The Radio Boys at the Sending Station Book Reviews

    Allen Chapman

    It is a mystery and detective book. Since this volume was written an epoch making invention has been announced to the radio world. It is the superregenerative system developed by E...

  • The Spy of the Rebellion reviews

    The Spy of the Rebellion Book Reviews

    Allan Pinkerton

    It is a story book. Many years have elapsed since the occurrence of the events which I am about to relate. Years that have been full of mighty import to the nation. A bitter, prolo...

  • The Fireraisers reviews

    The Fireraisers Book Reviews

    Malcolm Archibald

    Dundee, Scotland, 1862. After the mill of businessman Matthew Beaumont burns to the ground, Detective Sergeant George Watters is sent to investigate. Soon, George discovers that th...

  • Finger of Guilt reviews

    Finger of Guilt Book Reviews

    Paul Grossman

    In Finger of Guilt , star investigator Hans Fraksa claims that the Kinderfresser, the vicious child eater of Berlin, has been caught. So why is he worried discarded, gnawed bones w...

  • A Jewish Chaplain in France reviews

    A Jewish Chaplain in France Book Reviews

    Lee Joseph Levinger

    This is a story book. In giving the story and the opinions of a Jewish chaplain in the American Expeditionary Forces, some statement is necessary of the work of the chaplains as a ...

  • The Forgotten Painting reviews

    The Forgotten Painting Book Reviews

    Gabriel Farago

    Gold Medal Winner at Readers' Favorite 2018 International Book Awards Contest in Fiction Short Story/Novella Category Outstanding Novella 2018 IAN Book of the Year Awards When...

  • The Desolate Garden reviews

    The Desolate Garden Book Reviews

    Daniel Kemp

    What secrets lie in the ledgers of the Royal Government Bank? After Harry Paterson is summoned to London following his father's murder, he finds out that the late Lord Elliot ...

  • Murder by Misrule reviews

    Murder by Misrule Book Reviews

    Anna Castle

    Brilliant Francis Bacon is at a loss and in danger. Francis Bacon is charged with investigating the murder of a fellow barrister at Gray's Inn. He recruits his unwanted proté...

  • The Hunt reviews

    The Hunt Book Reviews

    Oscar de Muriel

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